Kane, English football's leading scorer at the 2018 World Cup, is only three goals away from passing Wayne Rooney as the country's top scorer.
6 - Robert Lewandowski
As the national team goes in Qatar, Polish fans will be hoping for more goals from their record goalscorer. He has 18 goals this season for Barcelona.
5 - Kylian Mbappe
Very talented Kylian Mbappe is crucial to France's chances of retaining their title. It will be interesting to see how Mbappe's pace and dribbling skills complement Karim Benzema's experience & finishing skills.
4 - Kevin De Bruyne
A premier league midfielder who leads the charts with 9 assists, Kevin De Bruyne will be the player to watch in Belgium's team.
3 - Neymar Júnior
Despite the strength of Brazilian defence & midfield, it will be Neymar's task to create free-flowing football up front. In just 14 games for PSG this season, he recorded 11 goals and 9 assists.
2 - Lionel Messi
With 10 assists and 7 goals so far in Ligue 1, Messi is in great form for his trip to Qatar. 35-year-old Messi has maintained most of his abilities on the pitch and has the ability to easily dictate the flow of games.
1 - Cristiano Ronaldo
It is clear from Ronaldo's 117 international goals that he thrives in big tournaments. If Portugal is to lift the World Cup, its captain, top scorer, and most capped player will have to go beyond his limits.