The Castrol Player Ratings Index at the Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup has been updated, and Colombia‘s James Rodriguez leads the standings with a score of 9.79.
The AS Monaco midfielder has been influential for Colombia, scoring 3 goals with 2 assists in the South American country’s quest for international success.
Croatia’s Ivan Perisic is second with 9.74, while PSG‘s Brazilian defender David Luiz is 3rd with 9.69.
Nigeria‘s Vincent Enyeama is the highest ranked African and also the highest ranked goalkeeper, placed at 15th with a rating of 9.35.
His last minute save to deny Edin Dzeko a sure goal as Nigeria beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 1-0 in a Group F game on Sunday is probably his finest moment so far in Brazil.