English Premier League golden boot is one of the most competitive and prestigious player awards in Europe. With the return of goal scoring machines Ronaldo and Romelo Lukaku in English Premier League, this season's golden boot race is getting stiffer despite the fact that only five matches have been played so far.
As things stands, Manchester United's ace Bruno Fernandes, Liverpool's hitman Mohamed Salah and West Ham's finest Michail Antonio ties at the top with goals each. Manchester United's profolic goal scorer Christiano Ronaldo, Dominic Calvert Lewin, Damarai Gray, Ismailar Sarr, Jamie Vardy, Mason Greenwood, Neal Maupay, Romelo Lukaku, Said Benrahma and Liverpool's ruthless finisher Sadio Mane all ties with 3 goals to close the list EPL top scorers.
Despite of early stiff competition in the topscorers race, the holder of this trophy - Harry Kane has not yet scored his first goal of the season.
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