June 29, 2022

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رونالدو يفشل في الاقتراب من محمد صلاح في ترتيب الهدافين

Ronaldo could not come close to Mohamed Salah in the rankings for most goals scored

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo was disappointed in his match against Wolverhampton in the 21st round of the English Premier League on Monday.

Ronaldo failed to beat his guest Wolverhampton, stopping his score at 8 goals and 8 goals behind leader Egyptian star, Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah, to stay out of the rankings as the highest scorer in the “Premier League”.

Manchester United also drew 31 points from 19 games and remained seventh in the league table, 22 points behind reigning champions Manchester City.

Here is a list of the best players in the Premier League so far:

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1- Egypt’s Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 16 goals

2 – Portugal’s Diego Jotta (Liverpool) – 10 goals

3- Jamie Ward of England (Leicester City) – 9 goals

4- Michael Antonio of England (West Ham United) – 8 goals

4- Nigerian player Emmanuel Denis (Watford) – 8 goals

4- Brazil’s Ravenha (Leeds United) – 8 goals

4- Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) – 8 goals

4- Senegal Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – 8 goals

4- Emily Smith Roy (Arsenal) – 8 goals

4- South Korea’s Hyung-Min Sun (Tottenham Hotspur) – 8 goals

11- France’s Niall Moube (Brighton) – 7 goals

11- England’s Mason Mount (Chelsea) – 7 goals

11- England’s Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – 7 goals

11- Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) – 7 goals

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Look at the smiling Salah with the sleeping t-shirt on the plane to join the national team camp.

15 – Ivorian Maxwell Garnett (Burnley) – 6 goals

15- Italian Georginho (Chelsea) – 6 goals

15 – England’s Connor Callar (Crystal Palace) – 6 goals

15- Algerian Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City) – 6 goals

15- England’s Pugo Saga (Arsenal) – 6 goals

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15 – England’s Gallium Wilson (Newcastle United) – 6 goals

21- Algerian side Benrahma (West Ham United) – 5 goals

21 – Bruno Fernandez (Manchester United) – 5 goals

21- Belgium’s Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) – 5 goals

21 – France’s Otson Edward (Crystal Palace) – 5 goals

21- England’s Bill Foden (Manchester City) – 5 goals

21- England’s Demaray Gray (Everton) – 5 goals

21 – Norway’s Joshua King (Watford) – 5 goals

21- Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea) – 5 goals

21- England’s James Motson (Leicester City) – 5 goals

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Manchester United have suffered a humiliating defeat on home soil for the first time in 42 years

21- Theme Bookie (Norwich City) – 5 goals

21- Senegal player Ismail Sir (Watford) – 5 goals

21- Yuri Telemas (Leicester City) – 5 goals

21- England’s James Ward-Bros (Southampton) – 5 goals

21- England’s Ole Watkins (Leicester City) – 5 goals

21- Ivorian Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) – 5 goals

36- Caponez Pierre-Emerick Abameyang (Arsenal) – 4 goals

36- Brazil’s Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 4 goals

36- Belgium’s Christian Pentek (Crystal Palace) – 4 goals

36- Albanian Armando Proza (Southampton) – 4 goals

36- Spanish player Pablo Fornells (West Ham United) – 4 goals

36- England’s Mason Greenwood (Manchester United) – 4 goals

36- Gundogan (Manchester City) – 4 goals in German

36- South Korea’s Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton) – 4 goals

36- England’s Danny Ings (Aston Villa) – 4 goals

36- England’s Reyes James (Chelsea) – 4 goals

36- England’s Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 4 goals

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36 – Argentina Manuel Lancini (West Ham United) – 4 goals

36- Argentina Alexis McAllister (Brighton) – 4 goals

36- Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) – 4 goals for Brazil

36- French player Alain Saint-Maximin (Newcastle United) – 4 goals

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36- Evan Tonier (Brentford) – 4 goals

36- Leandro Trossard (Brighton) – 4 goals

36- Leandro Trossard (Brighton) – 4 goals

31- Norwegian Martin Odegord (Arsenal) – 4 goals.

Source: “Premier League”