Mohamed Salah has established himself as one of Europe's best forwards this season following an outstanding season for Liverpool. With 15 league goals and a total of 22 in all competitions, the 29-year-old Egyptian attacker has surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo to become the Premier League's leading scorer.
With his consistent performances in front of goal, Salah has been projected to win the Premier League's golden boot this season. The English Premier League has long been known for its prolific goal-scoring record. The majority of the larger teams have strong forwards who have a chance to win the award.
Aubameyang, Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, Alexandre Lacazette, and Emile Smith Rowe are among the top goalkeepers in the league, and Arsenal has some of the best in the league in their ranks. These great goal scorers have been incredible this season, and they have done a fantastic job of improving the club's morale and reputation.
It is they who will shape the club's future, and they have the potential to develop into some of the best players in Europe. Emile Smith Rowe, though, has been the most consistent of these players during his time at the Emirates.
The 21-year-old forward, who also serves as an offensive midfielder, has developed greatly under Mikel Arteta's tutelage and has the potential to be the team's most valuable player this season.
He has eight league goals this season, which is eight more than any other player on the team. He is the team's leading scorer this season. Rowe has scored in every game so far this season, even when he has come off the substitutes' bench. His goal difference is only seven points behind Salah's, and if he continues to score regularly, he will be able to close the gap on the Egyptian forward.
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