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Another EPL season has ended, and EPL fans have been indulged. Salah now has three Premier League Golden Boot awards, equaling Harry Kane and Alan Shearer, as Son wins the honor for the first time.

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After drawing level with Liverpool forward Mo Salah on the last day, Son Heung-min will share the Premier League Golden Boot with the Egyptian.

Salah headed into the season’s last game with 22 goals, pursuing his third Golden Boot after winning it outright in 2017-18 (32 goals) and then sharing it with Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the following season with 22 goals.

The Egyptian came off the bench to score from a corner after being introduced in the 58th minute against Wolves. Liverpool tried everything they could to win the title by winning all of their games, but Manchester City’s victory over Aston Villa meant it was all in vain.
Salah was followed by Tottenham’s Son Heung-min, who scored two second-half goals in Spurs’ 5-0 thrashing of relegated Norwich City, bringing his season total to 23 goals. The brace was a fitting way to end his most productive season with Spurs and the first in which he has outperformed hero Harry Kane.

Cristiano Ronaldo had a chance to add to his 18 goals, but he was left out of Ralf Rangnick’s team as United sunk to a 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace, which summed up their poor season. The Portuguese superstar last led the league with 31 goals in 2007-08, and this season he was Manchester United’s top scorer. Keep reading to learn more about England’s top division top goal scorers.

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Mohamed Salah

Goals: 23

Assists: 13

Team: Liverpool FC

Mohamed Salah, a Liverpool attacker, has participated in most of his team’s Premier League games in 2021/2022, totaling 35 appearances and 2,762 minutes. Throughout their 38 games, he has started 30 of them and been used as a substitute five times.

Salah last played in the Premier League for Liverpool against Wolverhampton Wanderers on May 22. In that encounter, he scored the winning goal for his team in a 3-1 triumph. This season, the attacker has 23 Premier League goals, which is tied for the highest goals in the competition in 2021/2022, and he also leads the league in Premier League assists, with 13 assists for his teammates. He’s been booked once.

On August 14, he scored his first Premier League goal against Norwich City in a 3-0 win.

Salah joined Liverpool from Roma in July 2017, where he made 31 league games, scoring 15 goals and assisting 11 times.
Salah made his Premier League debut for Chelsea on February 8, 2014, when he was 21 years and played 12 minutes as a substitute against Newcastle United. On August 12, 2017, he got a bright start in the Premier League with his current club Liverpool, scoring on his debut against Watford.

He has played in 193 Premier League matches, scoring 120 goals and assisting on 47 occasions. Salah has yet to get sent off in the competition despite playing 193 times and collecting five yellow cards.

Son Heung-Min

Goals: 23

Assists: 7

Team: Tottenham Hotspur

Son Heung-Min is a Tottenham Hotspur midfielder who has played in the great majority of the team’s Premier League games in 2021/2022, appearing 35 times and clocking 3,021 minutes. He has been named to the starting XI in all 35 of his appearances over their 38 games.
Son last played in the Premier League on May 22 against Norwich City for Tottenham Hotspur. The Korea Republic player scored twice in a 5-0 victory for his team in the encounter. The midfielder has scored 23 Premier League goals this season, the most in the division in 2021/2022. He’s been booked twice.

On August 15, he scored his first Premier League goal against Manchester City in a 1-0 win.

Son joined Tottenham Hotspur from Bayer Leverkusen in August 2015, where he made 62 league appearances, scoring 21 goals and assisting six times.

At 23 years and 67 days, the midfielder made his Premier League debut for Tottenham Hotspur against Sunderland on September 13, 2015. He has 232 appearances in the Premier League, scoring 93 goals and assisting 46 times.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Goals: 18

Assists: 3

Team: Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo, a Manchester United forward, has appeared in most of the club’s Premier League matches in 2021/2022, totaling 30 appearances and 2,459 minutes of action. Throughout their 38 games, he has started 27 of them and been used as a substitute three times.

Ronaldo last appeared in a league match on May 7 for Manchester United against Brighton & Hove Albion, in which he played 90 minutes in a 4-0 loss. This season, the attacker has scored 18 Premier League goals, the third-highest by a player in the tournament in 2021/2022.
Ronaldo’s last league goal came in a 3-0 win over Brentford on May 2, when he scored in the 61st minute. On September 11, he made his debut for the season against Newcastle United, scoring twice in a 4-1 victory.

Ronaldo joined Manchester United from Juventus in August 2021, where he made 98 league games, scoring 81 goals and assisting 16 times.

At 18 years, Ronaldo made his Premier League debut against Bolton Wanderers on August 16, 2003. He has 226 Premier League appearances under his belt, scoring 102 goals and assisting nine times.

Harry Kane

Goals: 17

Assists: 9

Team: Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane, a Tottenham Hotspur attacker, has participated in most of the club’s Premier League games in 2021/2022, with 37 appearances and 3,232 minutes. Throughout their 38 games, he has started 36 of them and has only come on as a substitute once.

Kane last played in the Premier League for Tottenham Hotspur against Norwich City on May 22. He scored one goal and assisted on another in that game as his team won 5-0. Kane has now scored in each of his last three Premier League matches.

This season, the attacker has 17 Premier League goals, which is the fourth-best total in the league in 2021/2022, and he also ranks joint sixth in Premier League assists with nine assists for his teammates. Five yellow cards have been issued to him.

Kane scored his first league goal this season against Newcastle United in a 3-2 win on October 17.

After a loan spell with Leicester City, where he made 14 league appearances and scored two goals, Kane returned to Tottenham Hotspur in July 2013.

Kane made his Premier League debut against Newcastle United on August 18, 2012, at 19 years. He has played 282 times in the Premier League, scoring 183 goals and assisting 43 times.

Sadio Mané

Goals: 16

Assists: 2

Team: Liverpool FC

Sadio Mané is a Liverpool attacker who has appeared in the majority of the team’s Premier League games in 2021/2022, with 34 appearances and 2,825 minutes on the pitch. Throughout their 38 games, he has started 32 of them and been used as a substitute on two occasions.

Mané last played in the Premier League for Liverpool against Wolverhampton Wanderers on May 22. He scored for his club in a 3-1 victory in that game. He has already scored in two Premier League games in a row.

With 16 goals this season, the attacker is placed fifth in the Premier League goalscoring standings and the team’s second-highest league scorer. Mané has also contributed two assists. He has five yellow cards on his record.

Mané scored his first goal of the season against Burnley in a 2-0 victory on August 21.

Mané joined Liverpool from Southampton in July 2016, where he made 67 league appearances, scoring 21 goals and assisting nine times.

Mané made his Premier League debut for Southampton on September 27, 2014, when he was 22 years and 170 days old, playing 68 minutes as a substitute against Queens Park Rangers. On August 14, 2016, he scored on his Premier League debut for current club Liverpool against Arsenal.

In total, he has played in 263 Premier League games, scoring 111 goals and assisting on 38 occasions. Mané has also been sent off three times in his Premier League career, with 29 yellow cards.

Diogo Jota

Goals: 15

Assists: 4

Team: Liverpool FC

Diogo Jota is a Liverpool attacker who has appeared in most of the club’s Premier League matches this season, with 35 appearances and 2,373 minutes. Throughout their 38 games, he has started 27 of them and came on as a substitute eight times.

Jota’s last league meeting was on May 22 for Liverpool against Wolverhampton Wanderers, in which he played 58 minutes in a 3-1 victory. This season, the attacker has 15 Premier League goals, which is tied for the sixth-most in the tournament in 2021/2022. Three yellow cards have been handed to him.

Jota’s last league goal came in a 2-2 draw with Manchester City on April 10, when he scored in the 13th minute. On August 14, he scored his first goal of the season in a 3-0 victory over Norwich City.
Jota made 67 league games for Wolverhampton Wanderers before joining Liverpool in September 2020, scoring 16 goals and giving six assists.

Jota made his Premier League debut against Everton on August 11, 2018, when he was 21 years and 250 days old and playing for Wolverhampton Wanderers. He got off to a good start in the Premier League with current club Liverpool, scoring in his debut against Arsenal on September 28, 2020.

He has played in 121 Premier League matches, scoring 40 goals and providing ten assists. Despite appearing 121 times in the tournament and receiving 20 yellow cards, Jota has yet to be handed a red card.

Jamie Vardy

Goals: 15

Assists: 2

Team: Leicester City

Jamie Vardy, a Leicester City attacker, has appeared in the bulk of his team’s Premier League games in 2021/2022, totaling 25 appearances and 1,806 minutes. Throughout their 38 games, he has been named to the starting XI 20 times and has also been used as a substitute five times.

Vardy’s last appearance in the tournament was for Leicester City against Southampton on May 22. He scored for his team in a 4-1 triumph in that game. The 35-year-old has 15 Premier League goals this season, putting him in equal sixth place overall in this category in 2021/2022 and making him his team’s leading scorer. He’s also added two assists to his tally. Two yellow cards have been issued to him.

Vardy scored his first league goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers in a 1-0 win on August 14.

Vardy joined Leicester City from Halifax Town in July 2012, where he made four league appearances and scored three goals.
At 27 years and 232 days, the forward made his Premier League debut for Leicester City as a substitute against Arsenal on August 31, 2014. He has 270 Premier League appearances under his belt, scoring 133 goals and assisting on 40 occasions.

Kevin De Bruyne

Goals: 15

Assists: 8

Team: Manchester City

Kevin De Bruyne is a Manchester City midfielder who has played in the great majority of the team’s Premier League games this season, totaling 30 appearances and 2,205 minutes. Throughout their 38 games, he has been named to the starting XI 25 times and has also been used as a substitute five times.

De Bruyne last played in a Premier League match for Manchester City against Aston Villa on May 22. In that game, the 30-year-old provided an assist in his team’s 3-2 victory. The midfielder has 15 Premier League goals this season, which is tied for sixth-most by a player in the tournament in 2021/2022, and he also has eight Premier League assists this season, which puts him in equal 10th place. He has received two yellow cards.

De Bruyne last scored on May 11 against Wolverhampton Wanderers, when he scored four goals in a 5-1 victory. On October 3, he scored his first goal of the season in a 2-2 tie against Liverpool.
De Bruyne made 52 league games for Wolfsburg before joining Manchester City in August 2015, scoring 13 goals and giving 26 assists.

At the age of 22 years and 51 days, De Bruyne made his Premier League debut against Hull City on August 18, 2013, during his time at Chelsea. On September 12, 2015, he made his Premier League debut for current club Manchester City in a match against Crystal Palace.
In total, he has 210 Premier League appearances under his belt, scoring 57 goals and assisting 86 times. De Bruyne has yet to get sent off in the tournament despite appearing 210 times and accumulating 17 yellow cards.

Wilfried Zaha

Goals: 14

Assists: 1

Team: Crystal Palace

Wilfried Zaha, a Crystal Palace forward, has participated in most of his team’s Premier League matches in 2021/2022, totaling 33 appearances and 2,761 minutes of action. Throughout their 38 games, he has started 31 of them while also appearing as a substitute on two occasions.

Zaha last appeared in the tournament on May 22 against Manchester United for Crystal Palace. He scored a goal for his team in the encounter, who won 1-0. With 14 goals this season, the attacker is placed ninth in the Premier League goalscoring standings and is the team’s leading league scorer. Zaha has also contributed an assist. He has four yellow cards and has been sent off once.

On September 11, he made his Premier League debut against Tottenham Hotspur, scoring three goals in a 3-0 victory.
After joining Manchester United on loan in July 2014, Zaha transferred to Crystal Palace on loan in August 2014. He has made two league appearances for the Red Devils.

Zaha made his league debut against Newcastle United on December 7, 2013, at 21 years and 293 days. In all, he has made 278 appearances in the Premier League, scoring 61 goals and assisting 27 times.

Raheem Sterling

Goals: 13

Assists: 5

Team: Manchester City

Raheem Sterling, a Manchester City attacker, has appeared in most of his team’s Premier League games in 2021/2022, totaling 30 appearances and 2,127 minutes. Throughout their 38 games, he has started 23 of them and has come on as a substitute seven times.

Sterling last appeared in a Premier League match for Manchester City against Aston Villa on May 22. In the encounter, the English player contributed an assist to his club’s 3-2 victory. This season, the attacker has scored 13 Premier League goals, the tenth most by a player in the tournament in 2021/2022. He’s been booked once.

Sterling’s last league goal came in a 5-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers on May 11, when he scored in the 84th minute. On August 21, he scored his first goal of the season in a 5-0 victory over Norwich City.

Sterling made 95 league games for Liverpool before joining Manchester City in July 2015, scoring 18 goals and giving 15 assists.
Sterling made his league debut for Liverpool against Wigan Athletic on March 24, 2012, when he was 17 years and 106 days old. On August 10, 2015, he made his Premier League debut for current club Manchester City in a match against West Bromwich Albion.

In total, he has 320 Premier League appearances under his belt, scoring 109 goals and assisting 57 times. Sterling has also been sent off once with 33 yellow cards.

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