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Possible Final Top Scorer For English Premier League

Hello guys and welcome back to my channel again. Today we are going to check out the most possible top scorer for the English Premier League.

Can anyone catch Mohamed Salah? The Liverpool star is at 22 goals on the season with only one week remaining in the campaign. Son Heung-min (21 goals) is just one goal behind with one match to play and the race is down to those two stars.

Cristiano Ronaldo (18 goals) was charging hard down the final stretch, but he is set to come up short with one game to go. Salah's Liverpool's teammates, Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane (both at 15 goals) are even further behind. 

There's little surprise that Man City have six players with seven or more goals on the list with Kevin De Bruyne leading the way for his team (15 goals). The last two top scorers, Harry Kane (2020-21) and Jamie Vardy (2019-20) are also ranked high with a late-season outburst. 

Lastly but not least, let's return to our main topic. Who is the possible final top scorer for the English Premier League? There are currently only two possible top scorers, that is the Egyptian King Mohammed Salah and the Tottenham Hotspur star Son Hueng-min.

Looking at their next fixtures, it is very possible for Son Hueng-min to beat Salah in the total number of goal. Liverpool are playing against Wolverhampton while Tottenham Hotspur are playing against Norwich.

Looking at both of the two games, son is very likely to score more goals, even a hatrick since Norwich city have been conceding many goals. With Wolverhampton, they usually play a defensive game and it is very likely that Salah may not even score a single goal.

It is very likely and possibly chance for the Tottenham Hotspur star Son Hueng-min to be the top scorer. You can also feel free to drop your opinions in the comments section. Is it Mohammed Salah or Son Hueng-min?


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