The Premier League golden boot race is getting tougher and tougher as the season is gradually coming to an end.With just seven games remaining there are still six contenders eyeing the prestigious prize.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane is currently the top scorer with 21 goals followed by Liverpool winger Mohammed Salah who have stretched out to keep in touch with Kane,but is closely hunted by Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes who is on third place with 16 goals.
The likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin,Son Heung-Min and Patrick Bamford are also tight in the race as they are on 4th,5th and 6th respectively with 14 goals each.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane took his opportunity to open up the lead and pile up pressure on Mohammed Salah after he scored his 21th goal against Everton tonight.
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So, with everyone gunning for the award and the race hotting up, who will come out on top? Will it be Kane? Or Salah?
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