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Who Will Be Top Point Scorer At The Rugby World Cup?

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is in the pool stages right now, and the list of teams with a chance of winning longer than ever before. To add to that there will be several kickers who will not only look to ensure victory for their team but also may have an eye on being the top points scorer at the tournament.

So bearing this in mind, this piece will provide the updated standings to make sure you know who sits atop the leaderboard.

Updated Standings 

Here are the updated top point-scorer standings right now and we will update this page regularly. Right now Japans Yu Tamura sits atop the leaderboard thanks to his accurate kicking.

51 points – Yu Tamura (Japan)

47 points – Handre Pollard (South Africa)

46 points – Owen Farrell (England),

39 points – Dan Biggar (Wales)

37 points – Richie Mo’unga (New Zealand)

32 points – George Ford (England)

31 points – Jordie Barrett  (New Zealand)

30 points – Felipe Berchesi (Uruguay), Josh Adams (Wales)

28 points – Elton Jantjies (South Africa)

26 points – Adam Hastings (Scotland), Johnny Sexton (Ireland)

25 points – Kotaro Matsushima (Japan), Makazole Mapimpi (South Africa)

23 points – Romain Ntamack (France), Tommaso Allan (Italy),

21 points – Ben Volavola (Fiji), Sonotane Takalua (Tonga)

20 points – Julian Montoya, Nicolas Sanchez (Argentina), Kenki Fukuoka (Japan)

Who do you think will score the most points at the tournament.

Previous Top Point-Scorers At The Rugby World Cup

1987 – Grant Fox (New Zealand) – 126 points

1991 – Ralph Keyes (Ireland) – 68 points

1995 – Thierry Lacroix (France) – 112 points

1999 – Gonzalo Quesada (Argentina) – 102 points

2003 – Jonny Wilkinson (England) – 113 points

2007 – Percy Montgomery (South Africa) – 105 points

2011 – Morne Steyn (South Africa) – 62 points

2015 – Nicolas Sanchez (Argentina) – 97 points

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