Premier League top goal scorers 2021-2022: Is there anyone who can stop Mohamed Salah?

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The competition for the Premier League Top Goal Scorers in the 2021/2022 season has been fierce, with Mohamed Salah on top and Tottenham’s Son Heung-min in second.

Premier League top goal scorers 2021-2022: Is there anyone who can stop Mohamed Salah?
Premier League top goal scorers 2021-2022

Is there anyone who can stop Mohamed Salah? With eight games left in the season and only three goals to make up in the Premier League top scorer standings, the Liverpool star has already scored 20 goals, while Son Heung-min (17 goals) is closing in on the Liverpool star.

Salah’s Liverpool colleagues Diogo Jota (15 goals) and Sadio Mane (13 goals) are in second and third place, respectively. Then there is a slew of additional double-figure scorers, like Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur and Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United.

Man City has five players on the list with seven or more goals, while Brentford’s Ivan Toney has also reached double digits with 12 goals, indicating that the Bees are certain to stay in the Premier League for another season.

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Premier League top goal scorers 2021-2022

Assists and minutes played to serve as the first and second tiebreakers in major European events organized by UEFA, as seen in the table below.

Premier League Top Scorers (2021-2022)

RankPlayerClubGoals (PKs)AssistsMatchesMins
1.Mohamed SalahLiverpool20 (5)11292,420
2.Son Heung-minTottenham17 (0)6282,419
3.Diogo JotaLiverpool15 (0)1281,917
4.Sadio ManeLiverpool13 (0)1282,335
5.Harry KaneTottenham12 (2)8302,602
 Ivan ToneyBrentford12 (5)4272,368
 Cristiano RonaldoMan United12 (2)3252,008
8.Kevin De BruyneMan City11 (0)3241,705
 Wilfried ZahaCrystal Palace11 (4)1262,202
10.Mason MountChelsea10 (1)8261,825
 Riyad MahrezMan City10 (4)4231,222
 Raheem SterlingMan City10 (2)3251,733
 RaphinhaLeeds United10 (3)3292,424
 Jamie VardyLeicester City10 (0)2181,400
15.Jarrod BowenWest Ham(0)8302,520
 Bruno FernandesMan United(0)6292,494
 Emmanuel DennisWatford(0)5292,246
 Bukayo SakaArsenal(0)5302,325
 Emile Smith RoweArsenal(0)2261,656
 Teemu PukkiNorwich City(3)2302,630
21.Michail AntonioWest Ham(0)7312,642
 James MaddisonLeicester City(0)5281,904
 Conor GallagherCrystal Palace(0)3272,352
 Neal MaupayBrighton(1)2282,125
 Ollie WatkinsAston Villa(1)1282,346
26.James Ward-ProwseSouthampton(3)4292,587
 Phil FodenMan City(0)3231,765
 Che AdamsSouthampton(0)3251,827
 Bernardo SilvaMan City(0)3302,511
 Kai HavertzChelsea(0)2221,441
 Maxwel CornetBurnley(0)1201,331
 Jack HarrisonLeeds United(0)1292,161
Premier League top goal scorers 2021-2022
  • 6 goals: 13 players
  • 5 goals: 17 players
  • 4 goals: 19 players
  • 3 goals: 24 players
  • 2 goals: 58 players
  • 1 goal:   90 players
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Note that among the 862 goals scored in the 2021-22 Premier League so far, 29 have been own goals.

Last season, Harry Kane won the Premier League Golden Boot accolade with 23 goals, just beating Mohamed Salah to the prize.

As the 2021-22 season approaches, the fight for top scorers is heating up once more, and there are a few more contenders this time around.

Premier League top goal scorers 2021-2022: Is there anyone who can stop Mohamed Salah?
Premier League top goal scorers 2021-2022

Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Manchester United, while Romelu Lukaku has returned to Chelsea, and both will be looking to write their names into history.

Premier League Top Scorers (since 1992-93)

The top scorers in each Premier League season are listed below (since 1992-93). With 34 goals each, Andy Cole and Alan Shearer hold the record for most goals scored in a single season.

Thierry Henry has led the Premier League scoring charts in four consecutive seasons, more than any other player in the league’s history. Shearer and Harry Kane are the next highest scorers with three goals each, with Kane being the most recent top scorer with 23 goals in 2020-21.

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2020-21Harry KaneTottenham Hotspur23
2019-20Jamie VardyLeicester City23
2018-19Pierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenal22
 Sadio ManeLiverpool22
 Mohamed SalahLiverpool22
2017-18Mohamed SalahLiverpool32
2016-17Harry KaneTottenham Hotspur29
2015-16Harry KaneTottenham Hotspur25
2014-15Sergio AgueroManchester City26
2013-14Luis SuarezLiverpool31
2012-13Robin Van PersieArsenal26
2011-12Robin Van PersieArsenal30
2010-11Dimitar BerbatovManchester United20
 Carlos TevezManchester City20
2009-10Didier DrogbaChelsea29
2008-09Nicolas AnelkaChelsea19
2007-08Cristiano RonaldoManchester United31
2006-07Didier DrogbaChelsea20
2005-06Thierry HenryArsenal27
2004-05Thierry HenryArsenal25
2003-04Thierry HenryArsenal30
2002-03Ruud van NistelrooyManchester United25
2001-02Thierry HenryArsenal24
2000-01Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkChelsea23
1999-00Kevin PhillipsSunderland30
1998-99Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkLeeds United18
 Michael OwenLiverpool18
 Dwight YorkeManchester United18
1997-98Dion DublinCoventry City18
 Michael OwenLiverpool18
 Chris SuttonBlackburn Rovers18
1996-97Alan ShearerNewcastle United25
1995-96Alan ShearerBlackburn Rovers31
1994-95Alan ShearerBlackburn Rovers34
1993-94Andy ColeNewcastle United34
1992-93Teddy SheringhamN. Forest / Tottenham22

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