The Premier League matches in 2020 ended with Liverpool’s 0-0 draw with Newcastle United, Wednesday evening, in the 16th round.
Mohamed Salah, the star of Liverpool’s attack and the current Premier League scorer with 13 goals, failed to score against Newcastle, failing to score for the second consecutive match, after he was also absent from scoring in a 1-1 draw against West Bromwich Albion in the 15th round.
Despite this, Salah received gifts from the end of the year holidays for not scoring his rivals at the top of the scorers’ ranking in the 16th round.
And behind Salah in the scorers’ order comes Dominic Calvert Lewin, the Everton star, who has scored 11 goals so far, and who has not been able to increase his tally after the postponement of his team’s match against Manchester City, which was scheduled for Monday, due to the increasing cases of Coronavirus inside City…
The same thing happened with Heung Min Son, Tottenham’s star with 11 goals, after his team’s match against Fulham, which was scheduled for Wednesday, was postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak among the latter’s members.
Also, Jimmy Vardy, Leicester City’s attack star and last season’s top scorer, did not score within 25 minutes as a substitute in the “Foxes” 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace on Monday night.
Although Leeds United achieved a broad five-goal victory over West Bromwich, Patrick Bamford did not score any of them, to keep his score at 10 goals, the same as Bruno Fernandez, the Manchester United midfielder, who also did not score in his team’s 1-0 victory. On Wolverhampton.