This is the one that all attackers will have after. The Super 6 team gives its verdict on the six contenders for the Golden Boot of Euro 2020.
Aside from who wins Euro 2020, the Golden Boot award is next on the agenda for most spectators, despite being the most sought-after individual award from a player’s perspective. when he competes for his country in a major tournament.
Sure, there are some familiar names in the mix for the prestigious award, but there may be some that are much more priced in the Sky Bet marketplace that might be worth taking into consideration. consideration.
If two players are bound on goals at the end of the tournament, the winner will be determined based on who has the most assists. If this still does not separate the players, then it will continue less minutes played.
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You can’t say more about Harry Kane, and the English captain is the 5/1 favorite for a reason. The striker has scored 23 Premier League goals this season, winning the Golden Boot on the final day of the season after his Leicester goal ensured him to be the all-time winner as Mohamed Salah failed to to score against Crystal Palace.
With assists playing a role if players are tied for goals at the end of the tournament, it could play even more in the hands of Kane, who also won the Playmaker Award for most Premier League assists with 14.
He’s on penalties as we all know, but if he’s level I would expect Kane to knock over anyone who gets in his way, due to how he went down deeper for the major part of the national campaign. He even had four assists, all for Heung-Min Son, against Southampton earlier this season.
Memphis Depay could be a potential theft at the cost of 16/1, which has been floating for a long time longer or shorter than that. The Lyon striker, who could join Barcelona this summer, looks set to play in the top two alongside Wout Weghorst, and he has certainly had some success in this role before.
Depay has scored twice against Scotland and also found the net against Georgia which could bode well for the group stages. The Netherlands face Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia, so he could climb above the field ahead of the round of 16 if the Oranje are in good shape.
Out of the last five European Championships, only one player has scored more than five goals (Antoine Griezmann, 6, 2016), so if Depay can continue his form in the group stages he could be of real value at 16. / 1. As for the deciding factor of assists, he shouldn’t be too worried, as he has racked up 12 assists in the Ligue 1 campaign.
The holder, the winner of the Golden Boot of Euro 2016. Antoine Greizmann will be a force to be reckoned with in my opinion, especially if you saw his kick deflected against Romania. How’s that for confidence? He found the net six times in his victory at Euro 2016, including a single penalty and two headed goals.
That said, the Frenchman only scored just over double that total in La Liga (13), placing eighth in the scorers table. There is reason to believe that he will however find his marks with the national team during this tournament.
France is promising for Euro 2021 (9/2 favorites with Sky Bet) and although Karim Benzema could miss the first game, he would have to withdraw from penalties as he missed one against Wales. Griezmann may be the favorite to return on penalties, and with three goals in his last three for the Blues, his 22/1 could be as good as you are going to get.
Burak Yilmaz represents “the underdog” or “the underdog” in the Golden Boot race, but another word I would say here is “value”. AT 40/1, it offers an unrealistic chance, you might think, although its national and international form tells you otherwise.
Domestically, Yilmaz has scored 16 goals in 23 Ligue 1 starts (28 appearances) for Lille, as they toppled French giants PSG to win the Ligue 1 title. More importantly for Turkey and its fans, the 35-year-old has transferred his national form to the international stage.
Yilmaz has scored five times in his last four outings for Turkey, including a hat-trick in their 4-2 win over the Netherlands in March and another goal in Turkey’s last warm-up, a 2 victory -0 against Moldova. He’s another player who will be shooting penalties, including two in those five goals, so the 40/1 shot might be worth keeping an eye out for in the tournament.
Once again, Romelu Lukaku is a real threat to blitz this price, as seen with his market price (13/2 with Sky Bet). The leader has scored five goals in his last five appearances for Belgium, scoring the winner in their final warm-up game against a solid Croatian side on Sunday.
The Inter Milan forward was second behind Cristiano Ronaldo in Serie A goals this season, despite having scored 24 times on his side’s path to the Italian title. It is his assists that will also raise eyebrows, having scored 11 goals during the campaign. A second favorite worthy of winning the prize perhaps?
It is the montages that seduce in this respect, and another way of distancing oneself from those of the “group of death”. Belgium face off against Russia, Denmark and Finland so this is a real opportunity for Lukaku to score goals in this fluid Belgian squad, especially if PFA Player of the Year Kevin de Bruyne is back for his match against Finland.
A player who has been there and who has done everything before, captain of the current champions of the European Championship, none other than Cristiano Ronaldo.
He narrowly missed the Euro 2012 Golden Boot after scoring three goals, but Fernando Torres, who also scored three, took home the award due to reduced playing time. It’s surprising not to see Ronaldo a Euro or World Cup Golden Boot winner in his illustrious career so far.
He topped the Serie A standings with 29 goals this campaign despite Juventus underperforming domestically, and he was on the scoresheet against Israel in Portugal’s last warm-up. His country faces Hungary first, so he could have a head start and gain confidence, if they want to move towards victory, ahead of the critical clashes with Germany and France.
Whichever way you look at it, the chances of 12/1 might be too high for a man of Ronaldo’s caliber, but if anyone can defy the odds, then he’s your man. Who will you select to win the Golden boot of Euro 2020?
Verdict: Memphis Depay wins Euro 2020 Golden Boot – 16/1.
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