Tottenham is well-represented at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with a total of 11 players and many of their stars feature heavily on betting sites.
Some of Tottenham’s best players can be found atop the golden ball & boot betting markets, such as Richarlison after his ridiculously good goal against Serbia on Thursday.
Cristian Romero (Argentina)
Romero came into the Cup having missed 6 of his last 7 games for the Spurs and it likely showed in Argentina’s first-up loss against the Saudis. He played just 59 minutes in their 2-1 defeat. But Argentina will be hoping his fitness can improve to help their defence in their next 2 group games.
Richarlison scored one of the greatest World Cup goals against Serbia in Brazil’s first match of the group stages.
He’ll continue to add flair to the Brazilian lineup as the Cup progresses and he could be the difference-maker if Brazil are to lift the trophy.
Ivan Perisic (Croatia)
Perisic was a key member of Croatia’s thrilling run to the final in 2018 and he’s back for the Croatians in 2022.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark)
Hojbjerg heads to the World Cup in great form for Tottenham and he played the full 90 minutes in their 0-0 draw against Tunisia on Tuesday.
Harry Kane (England)
Arguably one of the most known soccer players in the world, Harry Kane is leading the English charge to claim their first men’s World Cup trophy since 1966. He started the 2022 Cup with 2 assists as England smashed Iran 6-2.
He’s one of the top favourites in the golden boot futures markets and Midasbet has great odds to take advantage of before England’s next few matches.
Eric Dier (England)
Dier is a versatile member of the English squad as he provides midfield / defence ability. He came off the bench in England’s 6-2 thrashing of Iran on Monday and will be hoping to crack the starting lineup as the tournament progresses.
Hugo Lloris (France)
Lloris didn’t have a great start in France’s match against the Socceroos on Wednesday as they conceded the first goal. He may have some stiff competition in the French squad if their defence faces more pressure in the knockout stages.
Pape Sarr (Senegal)
Sarr didn’t see any minutes in Senegal’s first game against the Netherlands. But the World Cup experience should give the 20-year-old a boost in his career going forwards.
Son Heung-Min (South Korea)
Heung-Min is one of South Korea’s best players and if he plays well, the Koreans could make the knockout stages.
Rodrigo Bentancur (Uruguay)
Bentancur is a key starter in the Uruguay squad and played against team-mate Son Heung-Min in their first game of the tournament. The pair even embraced for a mid-game handshake during a throw-in.
Ben Davies (Wales)
Wales are in the World Cup for the first time since the 1958 Cup and Ben Davies is a key part of the Welsh defence. Especially in a tough group stage against the likes of England and USA.