Had he completed his hat-trick he would have won likely have won the Golden Boot outright. This means both strikers lead the league in goals scored.
Liverpool found themselves sitting on the second spot despite securing 97 points throughout the season.
Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah has taken a share of the 2018/19 Golden Boot after netting 22 goals this season, splitting the accolade with Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and becoming only the sixth player in Premier League history to win back-to-back awards.
Before the game kicked off on Sunday, Virgil Van Dijk was named as the Premier League player of the season for stabilising an average defence.
The Golden Boot is awarded to the highest scoring player in the league just as the Golden Glove is given to the goalkeeper who keeps the most clean sheets.
The majority of his league goals have come with his left foot (18), while the other four have been with his right.
The 2018-19 Premier League season also witnessed a new record in term of the number of goals scored in all - as the ball crossed the goal-line a total of 1072 times.
While Aubameyang will have to be happy to share the award after being two off the pace ahead of the day, it could have been even better.
Liverpool and Arsenal have final season fixtures in continental competitions.
"We did everything this season, we only lost one game".