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Who will win the Golden Boot? Lionel Messi? Neymar?

14 June 2018

Somebody always turns up at the World Cup and really announces themselves on the big stage, be it Salvatore Schillaci, Paolo Rossi, Roger Milla.

The world's most prolific goal-scorers will be on show at Russian Federation 2018, but who will prove themselves to be the most lethal in front of goal?

"The coach needs to know that he should be picking the players", Daniel Bertoni, the former Argentina winger, said.

If Messi, with his extraordinary load of responsibility and curse-like burden thrust towards him by a nation that goes with his blessing of huge footballing talent, is being labelled as the next "D10S" or footballing saviour, the key that could help him achieve the prophecy of lifting the World Cup is his archangel or better yet, "Angel de la Guarda" - none other than Angel Di Maria. I'll be travelling to Kerala next week for the shoot of my new Malayalam movie Purple. Since I grew up watching them, my favourite team is Nigeria.

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"Messi has been bred to be the ultimate vision of a Barcelona player, tapping into his uncanny talent, and a style of play that hasn't changed too much since his early years as a child, whereas Ronaldo is a self-made monster of adaptation, gym work and determination".

Some have struggled to identify with the player who left for Spain at 13. I assume the victor will be among these: Argentina, Spain, Brazil and Germany. The team that show the nerves to step up to the occasion will take home the title. "I think that will help us a bit". If Germany cope with injuries, they will become the first back-to-back World Cup winners in more than a half century.

"But I also understand the position of the federation". Being the reigning European champions, they possess the firepower to do it.

Moreover, at the global level, Portugal's Euro 2016 win gave Ronaldo further bragging rights over Messi.

Icelandic footballers are the tallest at the World Cup in Russian Federation, with an average height of 1.85 meters (over 6 feet) while Argentina are among the shortest teams at the tournament at 1.79 meters (just over 5-feet-10 inches).

Who will win the Golden Boot? Lionel Messi? Neymar?