Premier League top goal scorers 2022-2023: Latest Golden boot rankings

Premier League top goal scorers 2022-2023: Many thought Erling Holland could potentially terrorize the Premier League as the front man for defending champions Manchester City. Those predictions are turning into reality as the Norwegian scoring machine has scored 11 goals in his first seven games after scoring again at Wolves on Saturday. It’s five consecutive matches with a goal for the big Norwegian striker.

Fulham’s top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic is still stuck on six goals after his side failed to make up any ground against Holland in Friday’s match at Nottingham Forest. He has now been caught by Tottenham’s Harry Kane, who netted against Leicester City on Saturday.

Brentford’s Ivan Toney is alone in fourth place in the scorer’s table with five goals, but Arsenal’s backline has not been in great form to start the season and could not add to that tally in Sunday’s 3-0 defeat. Gabriel Jesus found the net, however, to move to four for the season.

Among the group of nine players on three goals is last season’s joint top scorer Son Heung-min, who came off the bench to score a hat-trick against Leicester City on Saturday. It ended his disappointing goal drought to start the season.

But “Apna Goal” has had a better start to the season than any of the above so far, with 12 players netting in his own net so far.

As was the case last season, The Sporting News will update the table of top scorers with assists and minutes played as first and second tie-breakers for major European tournaments run by UEFA.

Premier League Top Scorers Table (2022-2023)

The table below will be updated with the Premier League top scorers’ rankings after each matchday of the 2022/23 season.

Updated as of Sunday, Sept. 18.

1.Erling HaalandMan City11 (0)17575
2.Harry KaneTottenham6 (0)17618
Aleksandar MitrovicFulham6 (1)07628
4.Ivan ToneyBrentford5 (1)26540
5.RodrigoLeeds4 (0)15359
Wilfried ZahaCrystal Palace4 (0)05442
Alexis Mac AllisterBrighton4 (3)06540
Gabriel JesusArsenal4 (0)37614
9.Roberto FirminoLiverpool3 (0)35345
Pascal GrossBrighton3 (0)15450
James MaddisonLeicester City3 (0)16450
Raheem SterlingChelsea3 (0)16517
Marcus RashfordMan United3 (0)16523
Son Heung-minTottenham3 (0)17524
Martin OdegaardArsenal3 (0)06496
Gabriel MartinelliArsenal3 (0)05525
Luis DiazLiverpool3 (0)06528
16.Bernardo SilvaMan City2 (0)37452
Leandro TrossardBrighton2 (0)26498
Phil FodenMan City2 (0)27530
Mohamed SalahLiverpool2 (0)26540
Yoane WissaBrentford2 (0)16269
Ilkay GundoganMan City2 (0)17460
Pierre-Emile HojbjergTottenham2 (2)17630
William SalibaArsenal2 (0)17630
Fabio CarvalhoLiverpool2 (2)06149
Julian AlvarezMan City2 (0)05165
Luis SinisterraLeeds United2 (0)04180
Alexander IsakNewcastle2 (1)03243
Callum WilsonNewcastle2 (0)03245
Taiwo AwoniyiNott’m Forest2 (0)07300
Josh DasilvaBrentford2 (0)05309
Daniel PodenceWolves2 (0)07413
Jadon SanchoMan United2 (2)06423
Che AdamsSouthampton2 (0)06462
Phillip BillingBournemouth2 (0)07482
Bryan MbeumoBrentford2 (0)06482
Anthony GordonEverton2 (0)06532
Brennan JohnsonNott’m Forest2 (0)07592
Joao PalhinhaFulham2 (0)07623
Eric DierTottenham2 (0)07630
  • 1 goal: 67 players
  • Own goals: 12

Total 198 goals in the Premier League this season with 12 own goals:

  • Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace)
  • Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)
  • Rayan Ait-Nouri (Wolves)
  • Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton)
  • Lucas Digne (Aston Villa)
  • William Saliba (Arsenal)
  • Jefferson Lerma (Bournemouth)
  • Chris Mepham (Bournemouth)
  • John Stones (Manchester City)
  • Lewis Dunk (Brighton)
  • Thilo Kehrer (West Ham)
  • Luke Thomas (Leicester City)

Premier League odds to win Golden Boot

Who do the sportsbooks think is the front-runner for the top scorer title in England? The Netherlands is at the forefront.

Previous winners Salah and Kane are considered to have a good shot, both ahead of their other star teammates Nunez (Liverpool) and Son (Tottenham).

Cristiano Ronaldo, still on the books at Man United but whose future at the club looks bleak, is at the seventh-best odds to become England’s scoring king.

The biggest hurdles from the betting market could be Diego Jota (40/1) and West Ham’s new signing Gianluca Scimakka (40/1).

Odds as of Aug. 3, 2022

Erling Haaland (Man City)11/4+2753.40
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)9/2+4504.77
Harry Kane (Tottenham)11/2+4505.47
Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)11/1+14009.64
Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)11/1+90011.00
Son Heung-min (Tottenham)14/1+160012.00
Cristiano Ronaldo (Man United)20/1+200016.00
Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)28/1+250027.50
Callum Wilson (Newcastle)33/1+350037.00
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)33/1+350027.00
Julian Alvarez (Man City)33/1+350027.00
Kai Havertz (Chelsea)33/1+350034.00
Luis Diaz (Liverpool)33/1+400031.00
Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)33/1+400047.00
Bruno Fernandes (Man United)33/1+400042.00

Premier League Golden Boot Winners

Below are the top scorers in each season of the Premier League era (since 1992–93).

Andy Cole and Alan Shearer hold the record for most goals scored in a single campaign with 34.

Thierry Henry topped the Premier League scoring charts in four different seasons, more than any other player. Shearer and Harry Kane won three scoring titles each.

2021-22Son Heung-minTottenham Hotspur23
Mohamed SalahLiverpool23
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

Premier League Golden Boot table 2021/22

It came down to the final day of the 2021/22 season between Tottenham’s Son Heung-min and Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah. Son’s two goals at Norwich City on the final day saw him momentarily move ahead of Salah in the scoring table. But the Liverpool star came off the bench and netted late on to catch Son, as the two stars shared the Golden Boot on 23 goals.

Cristiano Ronaldo (18 goals) charged hard in the final stretch but ultimately came up short. Salah’s Liverpool teammates, Sadio Mane (16 goals) and Diego Jota (15 goals) trailed even further. And Manchester City had eight players on the list to score seven or more goals. Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy, the previous two Golden Boot winners, were also top 10 finishers.

Final 2021/22 Premier League top scorer table

1.Mohamed SalahLiverpool23 (5)13352,761
Son Heung-minTottenham23 (0)7353,019
3.Cristiano RonaldoMan United18 (3)3302,458
4.Harry KaneTottenham17 (4)9373,232
5.Sadio ManeLiverpool16 (0)2342,824
6.Kevin De BruyneMan City15 (0)8302,205
Diogo JotaLiverpool15 (0)4352,372
Jamie VardyLeicester City15 (0)2251,805
9.Wilfried ZahaCrystal Palace14 (5)1332,761
10.Raheem SterlingMan City13 (2)5302,127
11.Jarrod BowenWest Ham12 (0)10362,987
James MaddisonLeicester City12 (0)8352,466
Ivan ToneyBrentford12 (5)5332,908
14.Mason MountChelsea11 (1)10322,364
Bukayo SakaArsenal11 (2)7382,991
Riyad MahrezMan City11 (4)5281,491
RaphinhaLeeds United11 (4)3352,922
Teemu PukkiNorwich City11 (3)3373,260
Ollie WatkinsAston Villa11 (1)2352,955
20.Michail AntonioWest Ham10 (0)8362,975
Emmanuel DennisWatford10 (0)6332,589
Bruno FernandesMan United10 (0)6363,118
RicharlisonEverton10 (3)5302,526
James Ward-ProwseSouthampton10 (4)5363,217
Emile Smith RoweArsenal10 (0)2331,920
26.Phil FodenMan City(0)5282,133
Maxwel CornetBurnley(0)1261,776
28.Gabriel JesusMan City(1)8281,878
Said BenrahmaWest Ham8 (0)6322,184
Bernardo SilvaMan City(0)4352,859
Ilkay GundoganMan City(0)4271,856
Kai HavertzChelsea(0)3291,810
Leandro TrossardBrighton(0)3342,810
Conor GallagherCrystal Palace(0)3342,851
Neal MaupayBrighton(1)2322,275
Jack HarrisonLeeds United(0)1352,648
Callum WilsonNewcastle(2)0181,388
Romelu LukakuChelsea(1)0261,585
39.Danny IngsAston Villa(1)6301,904
Martin OdegaardArsenal(0)4362,791
Che AdamsSouthampton(0)3302,041
RodriMan City(0)2332,887
Yoane WissaBrentford(0)1301,273
  • 6 goals: 13 players
  • 5 goals: 22 players 
  • 4 goals: 23 players
  • 3 goals: 24 players
  • 2 goals: 57 players 
  • 1 goal:   99 players

Note: Of the total 1071 goals scored in the 2021-22 Premier League, 34 were also own goals.

Premier League 2022/23 TV channels, live streams

TV channelSky Sports, BT SportUSA Network, Telemundo, Universo
StreamingNOW TV, Sky Go, Amazon PrimefuboTV, PeacockfuboTVOptus Sport

UK: Matches are carried on Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with selected matches on Amazon Prime.

USA: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the matches are shown on Peacock, the NBC platform for subscribers.

Canada: Every Premier League game is broadcast live and on-demand exclusively via fuboTV.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport.

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