As we all know, the race for the 2019/20 premier league golden boot award is still very on and available for every players in the competition, however, some certain players are considered the favourite to win the prestigious award this season due to the numbers of goals they have scored so far this season.
You will all agree with me that the most entertaining fixture in the premier league competition yesterday was the match between West Ham and Leicester City, where both Jesse Lingard and Kelechi Iheancho scored a brace each in the game yesterday and increased their chances of challenging for the premier league golden boot award this season.
After both Lingard and Kelechi Iheancho scored a brace yesterday, below is how the premier league golden boot table now looks like, with Harry Kane occupying the first position with 19 goals from 29 games. See the picture below for full details of how the goal scorers ranking now looks.
What do you have to say about this, between Bruno Fernandes, Harry Kane and Mohammed Salah, who do you think is the favourite to win the prestigious award this season? Kindly share your opinion below.
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