Premier League top scorers 2019-20: Jamie Vardy, Sergio Aguero & Tammy Abraham lead the race


Goal rounds up the leading goal scorers, with Leicester’s Jamie Vardy, Man City’s Sergio Aguero and Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham at the front of the pack

The Premier League has started to heat up, and while a lot of talk has been geared towards title frontrunners Liverpool and Manchester City, the race for the Golden Boot is beginning to take shape.

Goal is compiling the individual goal tallies for the highest-scoring Premier League players this season, and you can check it out below.

Premier League 2019-20 Top Scorers

Jamie Vardy, Tammy Abraham and Sergio Aguero all lead the charts. Vardy netted a hat-trick in Leicester’s 9-0 victory against Southampton, which equalled Man Utd’s record of the Premier League’s biggest ever win.

Aguero is in top form once again for the Etihad side. Tammy Abraham is enjoying his debut season for Chelsea under manager Frank Lampard and could very well push both Vardy and Aguero to the limit.

Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is also enjoying another solid start to the season, building on from last season’s tally of 22 goals.

*Up to date as of games played on Nov 23.

1Jamie VardyLeicester12
2Tammy AbrahamChelsea10
3Sergio AgueroManchester City9
=4Pierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenal8
=4Sadio ManeLiverpool8
=6Raheem SterlingManchester City7
=6Harry KaneTottenham7
=6Marcus RashfordMan Utd7
=9Mohamed SalahLiverpool6
=9Teemu PukkiNorwich6
=9Danny IngsSouthampton6
=9Raul JimenezWolves6
=9Chris WoodBurnley6
=9Ashley BarnesBurnley6
=15Callum WilsonBournemouth5
=15Christian PulisicChelsea5
=15Bernardo SilvaManchester City5
=18Roberto FirminoLiverpool4
=18Sebastien HallerWest Ham4
=18WesleyAston Villa4
=18Harry WilsonBournemouth4
=18Ayoze PerezLeicester4
=18James MaddisonLeicester4
=19Jordan AyewCrystal Palace4
=18Son Heung-minTottenham4
=18Neal MaupayBrighton4
=18Mason MountChelsea4
=18Lys MoussetSheffield United4

Who finished top in 2018-19?

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah successfully defended his title as Golden Boot winner in May when he scored 22 goals in 2018-19, though he had to share his prize in a three-way tie with team-mate Sadio Mane and Arsenal forward Aubameyang when the duo pulled level on the last day of the season.

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The Egypt international scored 32 goals in 2017-18, beating previous holder Kane to the title.


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