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Rodriguez spearheaded his side's attacking flair, and a return of three goals and three assists remain unrivaled so far.Forward-left – Neymar: Similarly to Messi, Neymar almost single-handedly dragged his side to the last 16 .Forward-right – Arjen Robben: Like van Persie, Robben has conjured three goals in Brazil so far, two of which were electric solo efforts against Spain. Second Striker – Lionel Messi: Though Argentina as a team have not fired on all cylinders, Messi has grabbed the headlines with three scintillating individual performances. Dovetailing to devastating effect with countrymen Arjen Robben, Van Perise scored two goals – one a candidate for goal of the tournament- in Holland's 5-1 annihilation of Spain, before a poachers' strike followed in the 3-2 win over Australia. He was suspended for Holland's final group match with Chile, but his strike rate of three goals in two matches remains the best in the tournament so far.
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