The golden boots is one of the award every forward will always dream to lift. In the premier league, it's no one can predict who is going to win this award by the end of the season since it's one if the most competitive award.
In 2019, three players were awarded this award which include Mohammed Salah, Aubameyang and Sadio Mane after they tied on 22 goals. Last season, Harry Kane managed to lift it once again. Salah was just one goal behind him with 22 goals. This shows how competitive this challenge is.
This season, the challenge seems to be getting even more tough after the arrival of two goal machines, Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo. These two had dominated the Italian league where Ronaldo won the award with Lukaku ending up as runners-up with 24 goals.
Mohammed Salah is currently the top scorer with 6 goals after playing seven matches this season. The race is still open and one of the player who is a big threat to him in this race is Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese maestro is know to be a goal machine after he broke multiple goal record in the recent years. He is currently the all time top scorer of the champions league and international matches.
This season, Ronaldo returned to the premier league and has managed to score four goal in all competition three of them coming from the EPL matches. During his first match, he scored twice to open his goal account this season.
This now means Cristiano ronaldo is now a big threat to Salah in the race for the top scorer this season since he is known to be one of the best goalscorer in the world.
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