LW - Heung-Min Son (Spurs)
Asia's POTY for the past four seasons has been incredibly impressive so far this season. Tottenham's number 7 has recorded 12 goals and 5 assists in 16 appearances.
He has helped Spurs to one of their best starts to the Premier League in the last decade.
An astonishing strike against rivals Arsenal FC in the North London Derby has been his standout goal in this campaign. He has created a brilliant partnership with striker Harry Kane and are on track to be the most successful strike partnership in Premier League history (in terms of one assisting and the other scoring)
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RW - Mohammed Salah (Liverpool)
The 'Egyptian King' has maintained his usual scoring form for the Reds this season, netting 13 goals and providing 3 assists in 16 appearances.
Liverpool sit top of the table, thanks to injuries to their top defenders, they have conceded much more than they did last season. They have had to rely on their world-class attacking force to be able to bulldoze teams. It has not been an easy start, scraping a 4-3 win against Leeds, losing 7-2 to Aston Villa and face a tough United side on the 17th Jan.
Salah has been the top scorer in the Premier League since his signing in July 2017. He scored 32 goals in his debut season, also providing 10 assists. Back-to-back Golden Boots has made him one of the best signings in recent history in Europe.
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ST - Harry Kane (Spurs)
England's captain has been on sensational form this season. He has not had to deal with his usual struggles which normally occur in the month of August, he will be pleased that the league started in September! He is the fastest ever player in the league to reach 10 goals and 10 assists in a season.
He has created a fiersome partnership with South-Korean Son Heung-Min, they have 38 g/a between them in 16 matches, by far the most in the league.
Well-known for his clinical finishing he has developed into a brilliant hold-up striker, often dropping deeper nearer the half-way line to receive the ball and play it though to the South-Korean.
His record goal scoring season was in the 17/18 season when he scored 30 goals in the league. He will be hoping that he can replicate this and win the golden boot and earn Spurs some much needed silverware.
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