With so many world class players on show in France this summer, the pressure to perform at the high standards that they set themselves is immense. As well as team honours, many players would love to get their hands on the Player of the Tournament award.

Dimitri Payet is carrying the home nation on his shoulders. After scoring an 89th minute winning goal and providing an assist against Romania, he also found the back of the net against Albania. He had a fine season at West Ham and the odds of him to become Player of the Tournament currently lies at 4/1. If he carries on in this terrific form, the Hammers may struggle to keep hold of him.

Unlike Payet, Eden Hazard had a nightmare season at Chelsea. After an opening day loss against Italy, the Belgium captain has been in instrumental form for his country. He’s contributed to 50% of their goals with 3 assists and a wonderful solo goal against Hungary. If he keeps this up, there is no doubt that you’ll see Hazard and Belgium in the final in Paris.

Three-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo has helped his country qualify for a quarter-final clash with Poland. The Portuguese captain has contributed to 4 goals this tournament with 2 goals and 2 assists. He’s the all-time leading goal for Portugal scorer and holds the record for the most appearances for his country, not only that but he’s become the first player ever to score in 4 European Championship tournaments. If you move quickly, you can get odds at 10/1 on Ronaldo to pick up the individual award.
Eden Hazard - 1pt @ 7/1