Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Harry Kane's odds for the Premier League Golden Boot have been slashed after both scored today in today's North London derby.
Aubameyang opened the scoring 10 minutes in after he slotted home a penalty, before Harry Kane fired Spurs into a 2-1 with a spot kick of his own.
However, the Gunners striker scored again 56 minutes in with a beautiful curled effort from the edge of the box.
Aubameyang, who is the leagues top goal-scorer with 10, has seen his odds slashed from 7/1 to as little as 7/2 for the Golden Boot.
While, Harry Kane, who's penalty was his eighth-league goal this campaign, is favourite to win his third Golden Boot at 21/10.
Meanwhile, Sergio Aguero, who also has eight goals this term, is now 10/3 for the personal accolade, out from 11/4.
And Mohamed Salah, who has seven goals already and smashed the goal-scoring record last season, can be backed at 11/2 retain the Golden Boot, out from 9/2. However, a goal or two against Everton would more than likely see those odds shortened.