English premier league is blessed with many talented strikers but there are some of them are best to be watched Everytime there is a game.
The first one is Romelu Lukaku. The striker plays number 9 in the field. He is now coordinating well with other players like Mount, Jorginho and others. In every game he plays, there is high chance for him to score.
Secondly, Christiano Ronaldo. People are now watching him as a new signing at Machester United. He has good dribbling styles, he runs very fast and has strong shooting power.
Thirdly, Diego Jota (Liverpool FC). He is also among the young strikers who are doing well. He is always active in the field.
There is Jimmy Verde, (Leicester City). This is the striker who can easily score goals immediately he gets a chance. He is strong and reliable.
Lastly, Mahrez (Manchester City). He is blessed with a left foot which he uses in dribbling and shooting.
This season is very tough. Maintain peace.
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