As the season draws to a close there is still so much to be decided, though the title looks increasingly likely to end up in the hands of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, the final relegation place, the Europa league spots, and the race for the top four is still all to play for.
As well as this there is still an ongoing battle for the Golden Boot. A couple of months ago it looked obvious that Mohamed Salah would get his third Golden Boot, however the Egyptian has stuttered in recent weeks, and Tottenham's Son Heung-min has caught up to just two goals behind him.
This article assesses their chances of being crowned Premier League top scorer, while also discussing Ronaldo's excellent goalscoring form in a dysfunctional Manchester United side.
As it stands Son has three games to play, Salah has two and Ronaldo has just one game left, with Son sitting on 20 goals, Salah on 22 and Ronaldo on 18. Therefore, it may be safe to assume that Ronaldo will not get his hands on the golden boot this year, however, that doesn't take away from the fantastic individual season that he has had, especially at the age of 37.
Ronaldo has 24 goals in 37 games in all competitions, including hat-tricks against Tottenham and Norwich respectively. And is the oldest player ever to get over 15 goals in a Premier League season.