- The English Premier League is arguably the most exciting football league in the world with week-in, week-out scintillating performances and outrageous goals being scored
- Currently the EPL is on break as a result of International matches and friendly games among different countries
- After Match Week 8, some players have already registered good numbers of goals for their club sides in order to help the team going forward
Beginning on a good goalscoring form is important for any player who wants to win the Premier League Golden Boot for the highest goalscorer at the end of the season.
In this wise, six players have been selected to win the Golden Boot at the end of the current football campaign.
1. Harry Kane
The English man is a dangerous goal poacher. Harry Kane often save his team, Tottenham Hotspur to win vital games.
Kane has seven goals to his name already after eight games.
2. Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Everton striker, Dominic Calvert-Lewin is having one of the best EPL seasons of his career. Already, the English football player has scored eight goals in eight matches for The Toffees.
Calvert-Lewin is a player who is likely to score in any game he plays due to his goal scoring prowess.
3. Son Heung-min
Tottenham Hotspur winger, Son Heung-min is one of the strikers who has come alive this season. Although, he did not score in his last two games for Spurs, Son s always a threat to oppositions’ defenders.
If fit and free from injuries, the South Korean footballer could win the EPL Golden Boot. Son has eight goals to his name already.
4. Mohamed Salah
Egyptian football player has won the highest goalscorer award twice before in his first two seasons with Liverpool.
Salah has scored eight goals so far this season.
5. Jamie Vardy
Vardy won last season’s EPL Golden Boot award. The Leicester City goal machine is one of the most dangerous strikers in England.
The Englishman is well above 30 years old, but he is not slowing down at scoring goals for fun. Vardy has scored eight goals already.
6. Patrick Bamford
Leeds are back in the English Premier League and have a player in Patrick Bamford to thank for that. Bamford has scored seven goals already and would likely help Leeds to escape relegation at the end of the season.
A lot of football analysts are not focussing on Bamford, however the Leeds striker is a contender for the EPL Golden Boot.
Which of these six players do you think would win the highest goalscorer award?