With the race for the 2017/18 Premier League Golden Boot hotting up, we compare the three leading contenders.
Indeed, the Argentinian's goals have secured only an extra seven points for City.
|Points won with goals||13||12||7|
Certainly, Pep Guardiola's side seem less reliant on him for goals. His 21 strikes form almost a quarter of City's total of 79 in the Premier League.
Salah's 22 goals make up more than a third of Liverpool's total of 61, while Kane's 23 make up 44% of Spurs' 52.
As for the source of supply for their goals, eight of Kane's have come from two full-backs, Ben Davies and Kieran Trippier, who have assisted four each. Dele Alli has also provided four assists to his striker.
Aguero has thrived off the vision of City's outstanding midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, who has teed up five of his strikes.
Sadio Mane is Salah's most consistent provider, assisting four of his goals.
Part 1: Race for Golden Boot: Trio move clear of the pack
Part 2: Race for Golden Boot: Kane the most balanced
Part 3: Race for Golden Boot: Aguero the most lethal
Part 5: Race for Golden Boot: History favours Kane