Liverpool winger Mohammed Salah is in contention to win the EPL Golden boot award this season although the Egyptian face competition from English striker Harry Kane and Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes.
The Liverpool forward who won the Golden boot award back in the 2018/2019 season was on target in his side's win over Aston Villa to boost his hopes of winning the award for a second time in his career.
Lets take a look at the current standings of the EPL top scorers table
1) Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)
2) Mohammed Salah (Liverpool)
3) Bruno Fernandes (Manchester united)
4) Patrick Bamford (Leeds united)
5) Dominic Calvet-lewin (Everton)
6) Heuming-Son (Tottenham Hotspur)
7) Jamie Vardy (Chelsea)
8) Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)
9) Ikay Gundogan (Manchester city
10) Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal)
Here's the full EPL Golden boot table
Mohammed Salah, Harry Kane or Bruno Fernandes? Who do you think will win the English Premier league Golden boot this season? Kindly drop your comments in the comments section below.
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