FIFA World Cup 2014: Golden Boot Standings

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Colombia's James Rodriguez is the leader with 6 goals
The Golden Boot will be awarded to the top goal scorer of the World Cup. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil will know the winner on July 13. Germany's Thomas Muller won the Golden Boot honour in 2010.

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Golden Boot Standings - Previous Winners

6 goals - James Rodriguez (Colombia)

5 goals - Thomas Muller (Germany)

4 goals -
Lionel Messi (Argentina), Neymar (Brazil), Robin van Persie (Netherlands)

3 goals - Arjen Robben (Netherlands), Karim Benzema (France), Enner Valancia (Ecuador), Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland), Andre Horst Schürrle (Germany)

2 - Tim Cahill (Australia), Mandzukic (Croatia), Gervinho (Ivory Coast), Luis Suarez (Uruguay), Andre Ayew (Ghana), Clint Dempsey (USA), Perisic (Croatia), Memphis Depay (Netherlands), Jackson Martinez (Colombia), Wilfried Bony (Ivory Coast), Ahmed Musa (Nigeria), Asamoah Gyan (Ghana), Islam Slimani (Algeria), Alexis Sanchez (Chile), Aranguiz (Chile), Bryan Ruiz (Costa Rica), Abdelmoumene Djabou (Algeria), Matts Hummels (Germany), David Luiz (Brazil), Miroslav Klose (Germany), Toni Kroos (Germany), Oscar (Brazil), Mario Goetze (Germany)

1 - Armero (Colombia), Gutierrez (Colombia), Marchisio (Italy), Balotelli (Italy), Sturridge (England), Cavani (Uruguay), Campbell (Costa Rica), Duarte (Costa Rica), Urena (Costa Rica), Alonso (Spain), Bony (Ivory Coast), Honda (Japan), De Vrij (Holland), Oribe Peralta (Mexico), Valdivia (Chile), Beausejour (Chile), Mehmedi (Switzerland), Seferovic (Switzerland), Ibisevic (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Lionel Messi (Argentina), Brooks (USA), Feghouli (Algeria), Fellaini (Belgium), Mertens (Belgium), Kerzhakov (Russia), KH Lee (South Korea), Jedinak (Australia), Depay (Holland), Vargas (Chile), Olic (Croatia), Quintero (Colombia), Rooney (England), Olivier Giroud (France), Blaise Matuidi (France), Mathieu Valbuena (France), Granit Xhaka (Switzerland), Blerim Dzemaili (Switzerland), Carlo Costly (Honduras), Peter Odemwingie (Nigeria), Divock Origi (Belgium), Rafik Halliche (Algeria), acine Brahimi (Algeria), Nani (Portugal), Son Heung-min (South Korea), Koo Ja-cheol (South Korea), Jermaine Jones (USA), Silvestre Varela (Portugal), David Villa (Spain), Fernando Torres (Spain), Juan Mata (Spain), Leroy Fer (Netherlands), Matip (Cameroon), Fred (Brazil), Fernandinho (Brazil), Guardado (Mexico), Marquez (Mexico), Hernandez (Mexico), Diego Godin (Uruguay), Cuadrado (Colombia), Shinji Okazaki (Japan), Andreas Samaris (Greece), Georgios Samaris (Greece), Edin Džeko (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Marcos Rojo (Argentina), Miralem Pjanic (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Avdija Vrsajevic (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Reza Ghoochannejad (Iran), Christiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Alexander Kokorin (Russia), Jan Vertonghen (Belgium), G Dos Santos (Mexico), Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands), Huntelaar (Nethrlands), Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Greece), Paul Pogba (France), Mesut Özil (Germany), Ángel di María (Argentina), Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium), Romelu Lukaku (Belgium), Julian Green (USA), Thiago Silva (Brazil), Gonzalo Higuain (Argentina), Samir Khedira (Germany), Daley Blind (Netherlands), Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands)

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