The more goals a player scores the higher chances he has of leading as the top scorer. These are the four players that could win the golden boots in the 2021/2022 English Premier League season.
1. Michail Antonio - The West Ham foward is leading as the top scorer in The English Premier League with 5 goals after playing 5 EPL matches. He scored 1 goal in their gameweek 6 EPL 1-2 win against Leeds United.
2. Mohamed Salah - He has tried his best to atleast score or assist in each of the matches Liverpool has played in EPL this season. He has scored 5 goals this season. He scored one goal in their Saturday round 6 EPL 3-3 draw against Brentford.
3. Jamie Vardy - He has also scored 5 goals in six appearances for Leicester City in the English Premier League. He scored one goal in their 2-2 draw against Burnley.
4. Bruno Fernandes - The Manchester United attacking midfielder has scored 4 goals in EPL for Manchester United. His ability to score and also create chances is what gives him higher chances of leading as the top scorer.
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