Best Strikers In EPL

Strikers are usually the most famous of players as they are always likely to change the outcome of a match by scoring goals. A striker always has to be in top physical and mental shape along with possessing a lot of technique in order to be the best in the business.

The 2018-19 Premier League season has kicked off and fantasy football leagues around the world are taking shape.

Getting the right balance across the pitch is essential in the hunt for virtual glory and being shrewd with your budget could be the difference between success or failure.

Having at least one top quality striker on your squad is a must if you want to make a splash in fantasy football, so it is unwise to be thrifty in this department.

Here are some of the Best forwards in Premier League

1)Harry Kane

Harry Kane‘s credentials as a goalscorer are unquestionable after four remarkable seasons with Tottenham, which have seen him consistently improve his records year on year.

2)Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Aubameyang was signed by Arsenal for a Club record fee on deadline day in the January transfer window and made his debut only a few weeks ago. He bagged a goal on his first outing, a testimony to his amazing talent.

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3)Mohamed Salah

The unmatchable love that Mohamed Salah gets from across the globe is unmatchable.

And the Egyptian compliments it with his mesmerizing football every time he steps out on the field.

Salah has already broken the debut-season scoring record at Liverpool.

He netted in 32 times, last season, as he won the Golden Boot award.

4)Sergio Aguero

A long-time favourite of fantasy football aficionados, Sergio Aguero inevitably comes up with the goods. The Manchester City striker is heading into the final stages of his career, but he showed that he still has a sharp predatory instinct in front of goal with 21 goals in the Premier League last term. The Argentine has exploded into the 2018-19 season too, which bodes well for the rest of the season.

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