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COPA America 2011 Odds: Top Goal Scorer

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Jun/27/2011
COPA America 2011

William Hill has released odds on the COPA America 2011 top goal scorer.  Copa América Apuestas

COPA America kicks off July 1st and continues through July 13th.  Copa América is an international association football competition contested by the men’s national teams of the members of CONMEBOL and features some of football’s most elite clubs.  Argentina is the favorite to win at 5/6 odds while Brazil came in at 2/1

The top goal scorer odds had Lionel Messi as the favorite at 7/2.

"My greatest dream is to win the Copa America. We know what it means for me and for Argentina," he said. "It is the first objective as we are a very good group of players.

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"We always said we lacked the time to iron out details, but now we have it. The game of ours is having the ball and taking the game to the opponent. We're growing [in stature]."

Fred, 27, scored Brazil's winner in 1 -0 victory over Romania on Tuesday night and is the second favorite to score the most COPA America goals at 9/1.  Radamel Falcao comes in at 10/1 odds.

Falcao would be playing for a Colombian team with long odds of 20/1

"We believe that this team can take Colombia where they have never been before. We are convinced that we are going to take Colombia to the final stages of the tournament," he said, according to El Espectador.

"Our main goal is to make the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, but I think that we have to take full advantage of this opportunity. In my heart I am carrying the dream of going and winning the Copa."

Player to score the most goals odds

Outright

7/2

Lionel Messi

9/1

Fred

10/1

Radamel Falcao

10/1

Gonzalo Higuain

10/1

Carlos Tevez

11/1

Luis Suarez

11/1

Ezequiel Lavezzi

12/1

Neymar

16/1

Diego Forlan

20/1

Pato

20/1

Edinson Cavani

22/1

Lucas Barrios

25/1

Ganso

25/1

Alexis Sanchez

28/1

Hugo Rodallega

33/1

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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