Top League Premier 2021–2022: Updated order of golden football boots

Who can catch Mohamed Salah at the top of the Premier League standings? This will be the topic for the rest of the 2021-22 season, when the Egyptian national team has already amassed a six-goal lead to second place.

But January could be a month in which others interrupt his significant advantage when Salah joins Egypt for the African Cup of Nations tournament. If Egypt advances to the AFCON final on February 6, it may mean a month-long absence for Salah and a chance for the pursuers to race.

Salah’s teammate, Diogo Jota (10 goals) should have a chance to add to his total for highly scoring Liverpool. Always longing for a goal Jamie Vardy (9 goals) can be a factor if a hamstring injury doesn’t cost him game time. Syn Heung-min Production (8 goals) could increase with Tottenham reviving and you can never count Cristiano Ronaldo (8 goals) despite the ups and downs of Manchester United.

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And if you’re interested, other popular names have something to do: Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea) has five goals and Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) are both still stuck on four goals in the middle of the season. Lukaku is back after a media storm created by an Italian interview, Kane seems to be getting in shape while Aubameyang is away at AFCON and a potential transfer commodity this winter after falling out of favor with Arsenal boss Mikel Artet due to disciplinary issues.

Below is a table of top scorers with assists and minutes played, which serve as the first and second tiebreak in major European tournaments organized by UEFA.

Premier League Top Scorers (2021-2022)

Rank Player Club goals (PK) Assists Matches Min
1. Mohamed Salah Liverpool 16 (2) 9 20 1,783 th most common
2. Diogo Jota Liverpool 10 (0) 1 19 1,380 th most common
3. Jamie Vardy Leicester City 9 (0) 1 16 1,321 th most common
4. Emmanuel Dennis Watford 8 (0) 5 17 1,308 th most common
Michail Antonio West Ham 8 (0) 5 20 1,749 th most common
Syn Heung-min Tottenham 8 (0) 3 18 1,488 th most common
Emile Smith Rowe Arsenal 8 (0) 2 18 1,205 th most common
Cristiano Ronaldo Male United 8 (2) 2 16 1,297 th most common
Raphinha Leeds United 8 (3) 1 17 1,441 th most common
Sadio Mane Liverpool 8 (0) 1 20 1,713 th most common
11. Mason Mount Chelsea 7 (1) 5 18 1,246 th most common
Raheem Sterling Man City 7 (2) 1 17 1 093
Bernardo Silva Man City 7 (0) 1 20 1,704 th most common
Neal Maupay Brighton 7 (1) 1 17 1,287 th most common
15. Riyad Mahrez Man City 6 (2) 4 16 841
Bukayo Saka Arsenal 6 (0) 4 20 1,486 th most common
Conor Gallagher Crystal Palace 6 (0) 3 17 1,484 th most common
Jorginho Chelsea 6 (6) 1 18 1,376 th most common
Maxwel Cornet Burnley 6 (1) 0 11 614
Callum Wilson Newcastle 6 (1) 0 15 1,187 th most common
  • 5 goals: 17 players
  • 4 goals: 18 players
  • 3 goals: 14 players
  • 2 goals: 46 players
  • 1 goal: 88 players

Note: It also occurred 16 own goals out of a total of 550 goals scored in Premier League 2021-22.

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Top Premier League shooters (since 1992-93)

Listed below are the top scorers in each season of the Premier League era (since 1992-93). Andy Cole and Alan Shearer share the record for the number of goals scored in one campaign with 34.

Thierry Henry He finished at the top of Premier League scoring in four different seasons, more than any player of all time. Shearing and Harry Kane followed by three points each, with Kane appearing as the newest top scorer after scoring 23 goals in the 2020-21 season.

Year Player team Goals
2020-21 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 23
2019-20 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 23
2018-19 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 22
Sadio Mane Liverpool 22
Mohamed Salah Liverpool 22
2017-18 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 32
2016-17 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 29
2015-16 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 25
2014-15 Sergio Agüero Manchester city 26
2013-14 Luis Suárez Liverpool 31
2012-13 Robin Van Persie Arsenal 26
2011-12 Robin Van Persie Arsenal 30
2010-11 Dimitar Berbatov Manchester United 20
Carlos Tevez Manchester city 20
2009-10 Didier Drogba Chelsea 29
2008-09 Nicolas Anelka Chelsea 19
2007-08 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 31
2006-07 Didier Drogba Chelsea 20
2005-06 Thierry Henry Arsenal 27
2004-05 Thierry Henry Arsenal 25
2003-04 Thierry Henry Arsenal 30
2002-03 Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United 25
2001-02 Thierry Henry Arsenal 24
2000-01 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Chelsea 23
1999-00 Kevin Phillips Sunderland 30
1998-99 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Leeds United 18
Michael Owen Liverpool 18
Dwight Yorke Manchester United 18
1997-98 Dion Dublin Coventry City 18
Michael Owen Liverpool 18
Chris Sutton Blackburn Rovers 18
1996-97 Alan Shearer Newcastle United 25
1995-96 Alan Shearer Blackburn Rovers 31
1994-95 Alan Shearer Blackburn Rovers 34
1993-94 Andy Cole Newcastle United 34
1992-93 Teddy Sheringham N. Forest / Tottenham 22

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