Rodriguez 4/1 from 25/1 to be World Cup Top Goalscorer
World Cup Top Goalscorer
Following his two goals in Colombia’s 2-0 win over Uruguay in the World Cup Last 16, James Rodriguez is now 4/1 from 25/1 to be crowned the World Cup Top Goalscorer.
Rodriguez now leads the tournament goal scoring having netted five goals for his country…
…but the current favourite is Argentina’s Lionel Messi at 11/5. Messi has already netted 4 goals for Argentina, having played 243 minutes of football in the tournament so far.
Germany’s Thomas Muller has also scored four goals and is priced at 4/1 alongside Rodriguez to be crowned Top Goalscorer whilst Brazil’s Neymar, who is also in the number four club, is priced at 9/2.
France’s Karim Benzema (8/1) and the Netherlands’ Robin Van Persie (9/1) and Arjen Robben (10/1) have all scored three goals and are also contenders with the field at 50/1.
Rodriguez put in a top class performance to net two more goals and help Colombia progress to the last eight on Saturday night and is now a massive challenger to be crowned the World Cup Top Goalscorer.
The Top Goalscorer title is still wide open with plenty of support coming for the top seven in the betting at present. Messi would be by far our worst result as the Argentinian is a punters favourite and always proves popular in football punters’ bets.