Mohamed Salah faces a fight to secure his third Premier League Golden Boot with Heung-Min Son breathing down his neck as we head into the final day of the season.
The Liverpool forward has topped the scoring charts for most of the campaign after a stunning start to the season.
However, he now faces a serious threat in the form of Spurs star Son – who scored his 21st goal of the season in the recent 3-0 win over Arsenal.
The South Korean is now just one behind Salah with just one game left to claim his first ever top-flight Golden Boot.
Cristiano Ronaldo also remains pretty much in the hunt, but is expected to win at least four in Manchester United’s final game of the season.
Harry Kane – who has won the award twice – has pledged to help teammate Son win this year’s award.
But the England captain, who is Tottenham’s regular penalty taker, stopped short of promising Son’s kicking duties in the club’s last game against Norwich.
“We’ll have to wait and see what happens,” Kane said.
“Sonny has been fantastic for us, another goal tonight, we have another big game on Sunday which I’m sure he’ll be ready for.
“Hopefully we can win him the Golden Boot, that will be good but of course he knows and we know the three points are the most important thing.”
Race for the Premier League Golden Boot
1. Mohamed Salah
- Goals: 22
- Aids: 13
- Game remaining: Wolves (h)
2. Heung-min Son
- Goals: 21
- Aids: 7
- Remaining game: Norwich (a)
- Goals: 18
- Assists: 3
- Remaining game: Crystal Palace (a)
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Salah, meanwhile, claimed his goalscoring figures were proof that he should be considered the best in the world at his position.
“If you compare me to any player in my position, not only in my team but in the world, you will find that I am the best,” Salah told beIN Sports.
“I always focus on my job and do my best and my numbers are the best proof of my words.
“I always like to create a new challenge for myself, to work differently and to make a difference and it is my duty.”
Premier League Golden Boot – Top 10
1.Mohamed Salah – 22 goals
2. Heung-min Son – 21 goals
3. Cristiano Ronaldo- 18 goals
4. Harry Kane – 16 goals
5 = Diogo Jota, Sadio Mané, Kevin De Bruyne – 15 goals
8. Jamie Vardy – 14 goals
9. Raheem Sterling, Wilfried Zaha – 13 goals
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