CiyaaroPremier League scorers table 2022-2023

Premier League scorers table 2022-2023

The popularity of the English Premier League in the Arab world has increased a lot in the last decade, especially in the last two years, as it became the most followed by football fans from the ocean to the Gulf after it dominated the Spanish League at the beginning of the second decade of the new millennium, and the Italian League in the nineties of the last century and the first decade of current century.

There are many factors that have contributed to the increase in the popularity of the English Premier League in recent years, perhaps the most prominent of which is that it has become a kiss for many wonderful Arab players, led by Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, and Riyad Mahrez, a prodigy for Leicester City years ago, and the current Manchester City star.

Salah has won the Premier League top scorer 3 times since joining Liverpool, the first was undisputed and the second shared with his colleague Sadio Mane and Pierre Aubameyang, then lost the Golden Boot in his third year to Jimmy Vardy, Leicester City star, and in the season before Harry Kane got the top scorer title The competition with 23 goals.

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Salah returned to win the award for the third time in his history last season, surpassing Son, the Tottenham star.

The destination of the Premier League top scorer award this season is unpredictable, as there are many candidates to consider, led by Tottenham star Harry Kane, Spurs’ best path to the net, as well as Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, as well as Erling Haaland, who recently joined Manchester City

In the following lines, we will learn about the Premier League’s top scorers in the 2022-2023 season.

English Premier League top scorer 2023: Haaland is at the top

Erling Haaland scored a hat-trick from Manchester City’s quartet of victory over Crystal Palace, and his tally of 6 goals led them to the top

ranking player number of goals
1 Erling Haaland – Manchester City 6
=2 Rodrygo – Leeds United 4
=2 Aleksandar Mitrovic – Fulham 4
=4 Luis Diaz – Liverpool 3
=4 Pascal Gross – Brighton 3
=4 Martin Odegaard – Arsenal 3
=4 Wilfried Zaha – Crystal Palace 3
=8 Che Adams – Southampton 2
=8 Roberto Firmino – Liverpool 2
=7 Josh DaSilva – Brentford 2
=7 Gabriel Jesus – Arsenal 2
=8 Gabriel Martinelli – Arsenal 2
=8 Bernardo Silva – Manchester City 2
=8 Evan Toni – Brentford 2
=8 Ilkay Gundwan – Manchester City 2
=8 Harry Kane – Tottenham 2
=8 James Madison – Leicester City 2
=8 Callum Wilson – Newcastle United 2
=8 Mohamed Salah – Liverpool 2
=8 Raheem Sterling – Chelsea 2
=21 Darwin Nunez – Liverpool 1
=21 Dejan Kulusevsky – Tottenham 1
=21 Jorginho – Chelsea 1
=21 Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City 1
=21 Kiefer Moore – Bournemouth 1
=21 Eric Dier – Tottenham 1
=21 Pierre-Emile Heuberg – Tottenham 1
=21 Reece James – Chelsea 1
=21 Kalidou Koulibaly – Chelsea 1

 

 

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