The battle for the English Premier League (EPL) scoring title is in full swing. In round 11, top scorer Elling Holland of Manchester City and second-place Mohamed Salah of Liverpool were silent. The opportunity fell to Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min, who is in second place.레모나토토 주소
Neither Holland nor Salah scored a goal in Round 11. Holland started at home against Bournemouth on Nov. 5. He felt ill in the first half and was substituted at the start of the second half. The team won 6-1, but he failed to add an individual goal. Salah started and played the full game against Luton Town on the 6th, but was held scoreless as Liverpool drew 1-1.
Son Heung-min will look to score against Chelsea at home on the 7th. He has been on a roll, with a goal and an assist against Fulham in Round 9 and a goal against Crystal Palace in Round 10. Aiming for a goal in three consecutive league games. Laces up his cleats to continue Tottenham’s high-flying run as the only unbeaten team in the EPL (8 wins, 2 draws).
The current EPL goalscoring race boils down to a matchup of players with goalscoring experience. Last season’s top scorer, Holland, leads the way with 11 goals. Right behind him are Son Heung-min and Salah, who were joint top scorers in 2021-2022, with eight goals apiece. With Son playing the last game of the 11th round, he has a chance to overtake Salah and catch up to Holland. A goal against Mauricio ‘The Gift’ Pochettino’s Chelsea would see him move above the mid-table and into sole possession of second place.
Meanwhile, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Hwang Hee-chan, who has been in scary form this season, is tied for sixth with six goals. He is joined by Newcastle United’s Alexander Isaac and Brentford’s Brian Mbemo. He is just one goal behind West Ham United’s Jerrod Bowen and Newcastle’s Callum Wilson in fourth place. His goal-scoring touch has been on fire in his last six games, so there’s plenty to look forward to.