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Top 5 forwards in the Premier League at the moment

Harsh Pillai
ANALYST
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Quick feet, extraordinary body strength, and a clinical eye for goal - sums up Alexandre Lacazette
Quick feet, extraordinary body strength, and a clinical eye for goal - sums up Alexandre Lacazette

We are already beyond the half-mark of the of the 2018/2019 Premier League season after witnessing a fair share of excitements, disappointments, joy, and sorrow. Ranging from Pep Guardiola's managing masterclass to Ole's incredible run of games, this season is turning out to be equally exhilarating as the previous one.

Manchester City's forwards have yet again set the floor on fire, whilst the sensational partnership of Lacazette and Aubameyang have brought the whole world to their feet with their goal scoring stats. This season has had it all, with just 8 more games to go.

While the likes of Salah, Hazard have gone down a little bit, there has also been a significant rise of form in some new players. A number of the top performers from last season have failed to replicate their form this year. Considering the current scenario, a lot of new players have taken the world by storm and it is about time for the list of the best forwards in the Premier League.


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So without further ado, let's have a look at the top 5 best forwards in the English top flight right now:

#5 Harry Kane (Tottenham)

Kane continues to be a threat in front of goal
Kane continues to be a threat in front of goal

Harry Kane might be a player who has not won enough silverware with either club or country, but the fact that he is one of the best players on a personal level cannot be changed. Kane's goalscoring traits never seem to end, and he is on a rollercoaster ride this season as well, though Spurs have been struggling to keep form in the league.

The 25-year-old has scored 17 times this season and is currently in the second position of the goalscoring chart alongside Mohammad Salah and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, who have bagged 17 goals as well.

The Englishman's dead-eye instincts in front of goal have seen him being linked to the best of clubs in Europe, including Real Madrid. Spurs certainly look like they are going to be without a trophy by the end of the season yet again, and a player like Harry Kane would certainly want to decorate his career with some major trophies in his bag.

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