Beat Lukaku, Harry Kane Top Score While the 2018 World Cup

Bomber England’s Harry Kane went on top of the 2018 World Cup scoring chart after scoring against Colombia in the last 16 at Spartak Stadium, Kane scoring one goal with a penalty kick against Colombia in the last 16. One additional goal to make Tottenham Hotspur striker has now collected six goals at the top of the list of top scorers of the 2018 World Cup.

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Kane is temporarily ahead of Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku and Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo who has been eliminated. Thus Lukaku becomes Kane’s closest competitor in the top scores list entering the quarter-finals.

Harry Kane scored a penalty as England beat Colombia. Harry Kane scored a penalty as England beat Colombia. (REUTERS / Kai Pfaffenbach)
Lukaku failed to add to his goal coffers after failing to score when Belgium beat Japan in the round of 16 large.

Top 2018 World Cup Score, Kane Away from Lukaku
In the list of three-goal printer there is the name of Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani. Both players are certainly still likely to be the top score of the 2018 World Cup for stepping into the quarter-finals with the French and Uruguayan teams.

Romelu Lukaku failed to score when Belgium beat Japan. Romelu Lukaku failed to score when Belgium beat Japan. (REUTERS / Sergio Perez)
In total there are 15 players who have been able to score two goals in the 2018 World Cup, including two Brazil stars Neymar and Philippe Coutinho. In addition there is still the name Luka Modric, Antoine Griezmann, and Eden Hazard.

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A total of 74 other players have scored one goal. Plus ten goals of suicide to make the 2018 World Cup has produced 146 goals from 56 matches to the end of the round of 16 large.

Top scorers list 2018 World Cup:

6 goals:
– Harry Kane

4 goals:
– Romelu Lukaku
– Cristiano Ronaldo

3 goals:
– Kylian Mbappe
– Yerry Mina
– Diego Costa
– Edinson Cavani
– Denis Cheryshev
– Artem Dzyuba

2 goals:
– Sergio Aguero
– Mile Jedinak
– Eden Hazard
– Philippe Coutinho
– Neymar
– Modric wounds
– Mohamed Salah
– John Stones
– Antoine Griezmann
– Takashi Inui
– Ahmed Musa
– Son Heung-min
– Andreas Granqvist
– Wahbi Khazri
– Luis Suarez (nva)