English Premier League golden boot is one of the most stiffly competitive awards in Europe. With the top three scorers showing a glimpse of winning it, this season's golden boot winner remains unpredictable until the last day.
Tottenham's profolic goal scorer Harry Kane and Liverpool's GOAT Mohamed Salah continues to lead the race with 22 goals each. Manchester United's finest Bruno Fernandes closely follows the dual with 18 goals while the Spurs ace Heung Min Son is in the fourth position having scored 17 times. After his goal against Southampton today, Leeds wonder kid Patrick Bamford now ties with Evertone's Dominic Calvert having scored 16 goals each.
Afte Cavani's early goal against Fulham today, was his 10 English Premier League goal this season. Enderson Cavani ties with Raheem Sterling, Matheus Pereira and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who all have 10 goals. Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan has reached 13 goals after scoring against Brighton.
Between Salah and Kane who will win this season's golden boot? Please don't forget to share your thoughts on the comments section. Also follow me for news and football updates. Thank you for reading.
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