Vencedores da Bota de Ouro no Mundial
June 14-July 15, 2018 -- O Mundial de Futebol começa na Rússia a 14 de junho. A Bota de Ouro é atribuída ao melhor marcador em cada fase final. Em 2014, James Rodriquez da Colômbia ganhou o prémio marcando seis vezes durante o torneio, enquanto o francês Just Fontaine detém o recorde de golos numa só fase final com 13 golos em 1958.
Fontaine is followed by Sandor Kocsis of Hungary, who scored 11 goals in 1954, Germany’s Gerd Muller, who netted 10 in 1970, and Portuguese legend Eusebio, who scored 9 in 1966.
Argentina’s Guillermo Stabile scored 8 goals in the first ever World Cup in 1930, a feat matched by Ronaldo of Brazil in 2002. Leonidas of Brazil (1938) and Poland’s Grzegorz Lato (1974) have 7 apiece.
From 1978-98 a clutch of players put 6 goals past the goalkeeper - Mario Kempes of Argentina (1978), Italy’s Paolo Rossi (1982), England’s Gary Lineker (1986), Italy’s Salvatore Schillaci (1990), Oleg Salenko of the Soviet Union and Hristo Stoichkov of Bulgaria, who shared the award in 1994, and Davor Suker of Croatia (1998).
Czech player Oldrich Nejedly top-scored with 5 in 1934, as did Germany’s Miroslav Klose and Thomas Muller, in 2006 and 2010 respectively.
A relatively low scoring tournament in 1962 saw six players share the prize on four goals apiece - Hungary’s Florian Albert, Valentin Ivanov of the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia’s Drazan Jerkovic, Chile’s Leonel Sanchez, and Hungarian duo Vava and Garrincha.