Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah is leading the score sheet with 6 goals after making seven appearances. He scored a stunning goal in a 2-2 draw at Anfield against Manchester City sending him top. Leicester City striker Jammy Vardy has six as well and has started the season well.
Michail Antonio of West Ham netted five times but was dragged behind after being shown a red card against Southampton. Bruno Fernandes has 4 goals after scoring a hat-trick in the opening match of the season against Leeds before adding one in against Newcastle.
Sadio Mane of Liverpool, Ismael Sarr of Watford, Brighton's forward Neal Maupay have four goals each. Dominic Calvert-Lewin of Everton has three before getting an injury that kept him waiting for long.
Mason Greenwood, Romelu Lukiaku Heung-Min Son, Andre Townsend, Demaray Gray, and Cristiano Ronaldo are also in the row of three. The race will continue this weekend as several matches are being destined including a tough battle between Leceister City and Manchester United at King Power Stadium.
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