After Bruno Fernandes, Vardy And Salah Scored, See Aubameyang's Position After Today's A Hart-trick
By Cornelie | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 15890 views
The for English Premier LeagueGolden boot gets stiffer as days goes by. With its top candidates being from Liverpool pool, Manchester United, Tottenham, Leicester and Evertone, this season's golden boot race has proved to be the most interesting ever.
Arsenal's all the time topscorer and captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has shocked many with his recent rate of scoring goals. The Gabonese didn't start the season well and has been struggling with a couple of injuries. However, in his recent Premier League matches Auba has seemed to gain his form and soon than enough he may catch up with Bruno and Salah. See his position in the score chart after his hart-trick against Leeds United.
What your thoughts on Aubameyang's recent performance? Will he managed to catch up with Bruno and Salah?
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