FIFA World Cup 2022: These are the lucky players who got the golden boot.. No place for them in the list..

A key award was announced at the 1982 FIFA World Cup. The award was known as the Golden Shoe until the 2006 World Cup. However, from 2010 this award was changed to Golden Boot.

FIFA World Cup 2022: These are the lucky players who got the golden boot.. No place for them in the list..

Fifa World Cup 2022 Golden Boot Winners

FIFA World Cup 2022 will start from November 20. 32 of the best teams in the world will compete in Qatar to become world champions. A key award is also given in this big tournament. Its name is Golden Boot. The award is presented to the top scorer in the FIFA World Cup. The award was officially launched at the 1982 World Cup. The award was known as the Golden Shoe until the 2006 World Cup.

At the FIFA World Cup 2010, the award was renamed the Golden Boot. It is known that receiving this award is not so easy. The award is given to the player who scores the most goals among the 32 teams. So far 27 players have received this award in the history of FIFA World Cup. Let’s have a look at the complete list.

List of Golden Boot Award Winners..

1930 FIFA World Cup – Guillermo Stabile (Argentina) – 8 goals

1934 FIFA World Cup – Olderich Nejedli (Czechoslovakia) 5 goals

1938 FIFA World Cup – Leonidas (Brazil) – 7 goals

1950 FIFA World Cup – Ademir (BR) – 8 goals

1954 FIFA World Cup – Sander Kocacs (Hungary) – 11 goals

1958 FIFA World Cup – Just Fontaine (France) – 13 goals

1962 FIFA World Cup – Florian Albert (Hungary), Valentin Ivanov (Russia), Garincha, Vava (Brazil), Drason Djerkovic (Croatia), Lionel Sanchez (Chile) – 4 goals

1966 FIFA World Cup – Isebio (Portugal) – 9 goals

1970 FIFA World Cup – Gerad Müller (Germany) – 10 goals

1974 FIFA World Cup – Grzegorz Lato (Poland) – 7 goals

1978 FIFA World Cup – Mario Camps (Argentina) – 6 goals

1982 FIFA World Cup – Paolo Rossi (Italy) – 6 goals

1986 FIFA World Cup – Gary Lineker (England) – 6 goals

1990 FIFA World Cup – Salvatore Cilacchi (Italy) – 6 goals

1994 FIFA World Cup – Oleg Salenko (Russia), Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria) – 6 goals

1998 FIFA World Cup – Davar Sukar (Croatia) – 6 goals

2002 FIFA World Cup – Ronaldo Narazio (Brazil) – 8 goals

2006 FIFA World Cup – Miroslav Klose (Germany) – 5 goals

2010 FIFA World Cup – Thomas Müller (Germany) – 6 goals

2014 FIFA World Cup – James Rodriguez (Colombia) – 6 goals

2018 FIFA World Cup – Harry Kane (England) – 6 goals.

The Football World Cup will start from November 20 in Qatar. 32 teams will try their luck in this football extravaganza. This time the total prize money of the Football World Cup has reached Rs.3568 crores. The winning team will get Rs.344 crores, while the runner-up team will get Rs.245 crores.

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