One of the most talked about subjects at Euro 2012 is who will get the Golden Boot award as we take a look at the latest PaddyPower free bet and with some of the world’s best attackers on show, it is sure to be an exciting contest! – find out more here
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Mario Gomez is the current favourite to take the accolade at 9/1. He has enjoyed a fantastic campaign for Bayern Munich, scoring 41 goals across all competitions.
The 26-year-old will be desperate for success this summer after finishing second in the Bundesliga and losing the Champions League final. Gomez also scored six goals in qualifying so looks to be in great from for his national side.
Another big contender is Robin Van Persie who almost single handily led Arsenal to third place in the Premier League, finding the net 30 times.
The 28-year-old has had his most prolific season in front of goal and has managed to keep himself fit for a long period of time. Van Persie looks to be in his peak and this could be his best chance ever to prove himself as one of the best around.
Cristiano Ronaldo is a player that has be spoken about when it comes to scoring goals. Despite his side Portugal not being one of the favourites for Euro 2012, you cannot rule out the Real Madrid man taking the Golden Boot.
He scored an incredible 60 goals for his club over all competitions as well as seven goals for Portugal during qualifying. The 27-year-old has never really set a major tournament alight but with new boss Paulo Bento looking to build a team around him, this could be the time he does it. You can back Ronaldo at 14/1.
With David Villa out of the tournament, Spain may look to Fernando Llorente to lead the line for them as they look to retain their trophy.
Llorente does not have much international experience but has scored 3 goals in the five games he has been called upon. He has found the net 28 times for Athletic Bilbao this season so is full of confidence.
It is sure to be an enthralling battle for the Golden Boot award from the moment Euro 2012 gets underway next week.