2/7 Larkspur Flower: Romano Protto (Italy) Protto scored three goals in Italy’s 2-1 victory over Austria at the Euros.
Protto has scored eight goals in the last two World Cups.
Getty Images 3/7 Hustle: Marco Reus (Germany) Reus, who has scored two goals in five World Cup qualifiers, has already earned a spot in the World Club Cup squad.
He has also scored in the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Getty 4/7 Flow: Leonardo Bonucci (Italy/France) The Serie A striker has been involved in every goal in Italy and France’s four-match win over England.
Getty 5/7 Trillium Flower: Simone Zaza (Italy-Italy) The Argentine has made his first appearance in the tournament, after scoring in the opening-round win over Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Getty 6/7 Genes Flow: Federico Fazio (Italy – Italy) The Bianconeri striker has started the tournament as the third-choice striker and has been pivotal to their recent title challenge.
Getty 7/7 Flower: Leonardo Ulloa (Italy), Leonardo Bonetti (Italy)- The Biancocelesti striker scored twice against Belgium and he has now scored in all four of Italy-Italy’s games.
Getty 1/7 Hometown hero: Leonardo DiCaprio (USA) The Oscar-winning actor has been a fan of Italy for years, scoring his first World Cup goal at the 2014 World Cup.
Getty 2/ 7 Larksquared Flower: Marlon Brando (Italy): Brando has scored a hat-trick in the first two games of the tournament.
Getty 3/ 7 Hustle (or flow): Michael Essien (Germany): The former Germany and France midfielder has scored twice in the past two World Cup qualifying games.
GETTY IMAGES 4/ 7 Genes Flows (or bloom): Sergio Aguero (Argentina/Argentine): The Argentine forward scored twice for Argentina in the 1-0 victory over Ukraine and is expected to get a spot on the World Team.
Getty Getty 5 / 7 Trill (or tipple): Marco Reis (Germany/Italy): The Argentinian forward scored in Austria’s victory over France.
Getty PA 6/ 7 Flow (or stream): Giorgio Chiellini (Italy, Argentina, Argentina-Italy): A member of Italy, Chiella has scored three times in the four matches.
Getty AFP 7/ 7 Flower: Javier Mascherano (Spain, Italy)- The forward has scored five goals in his last four World Cup appearances. Getty