3 Reasons why Mohamed Salah will win the 2020 Premier League Golden Boot award

3 Reasons why Mohamed Salah will win the 2020 Premier League Golden Boot award

With four rounds of matches left in the Premier League asides fighting to avoid relegation and Champions League places the race for the top scorers’ award is as well intense.

The Golden Boot is one of the most prestigious awards in England awarded to the top scorer and this year seems like it will be a fight to finish.

This season Jamie Vardy leads the pack with 22, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has 20 while Danny Ings and Mohamed Salah are tied on 19.

Last year when three players African players Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Mohamed Salah, and Sadio Mane shared the award. This season’s race is as tight, however, but there will be only one winner which is Liverpool forward.

Here are 3 reasons why Vardy will win the Golden Boot

1 Experience

Mohamed Salah may be third in the race to win the Golen Boot but winning it is an inevitability. The Egyptian striker has won the award in his previous two seasons in England and is a certainty to win it for the third year running.

To win the Golden Boot there is pressure with several other strikers involved and the best teacher experience is.

2 Team Schedule

Liverpool are already champions which means that there is less pressure for Mohamed Salah compared to Aubameyang who wants his team t qualify for the Europa League or Vardy who is responsible for Leicester City’s Champions League aspiration, while the goals of Danny Ings is the only way Southampton can avoid relegation.

Liverpool’s aim for the season has been settled and his teammates will gladly help him win the coveted Golden boot award.

3 Selfishness and team structure

Vardy is a streaky striker, Aubameyang is the captain and has to lead by example. Salah on the other is selfish even though he has nine assists this season. Despite the league wrapped up, he has been playing 90 minutes in search of goals.

Salah is a selfish forward which is why he has won the last two Golden Boot awards, while his partners in attack Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane have all expressed frustration with his selfishness on several occasions this season which is why he will get it done.


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