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Latest Ranking of Top Scorers in English Premier League: Haaland, Kane, and Salah Among the Leaders

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Norwegian star Manchester City striker Erling Haaland solidified his lead in the English Premier League top scorers list after a 4-1 win over host Southampton last Saturday night.

Erling Haaland has scored two goals for Manchester City in two minutes (45 and 68) since the meeting that brought them together in the thirtieth round of the Premier League, and City also have a postponed match.

The Norwegian striker has increased his tally to 30 goals this season in 27 Premier League appearances, cementing his position as top scorer.

Whereas English star Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur striker, scored a goal for his team to lead him to a 2-1 victory over away Brighton and lifted the tally to 23 goals in second place.

Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool winger, also scored a goal for the Reds against his 2-2 away Arsenal in a thrilling match that brought them together on Sunday night at Anfield Stadium, taking his tally to 13. goals this season, and he was alone in the center. Sixth in the rankings.

Below is the ranking of the top scorers in the English Premier League, according to the results of the matches of the 30th round of the Premier League league:

1- Norwegian Erling Haaland (Manchester City) – 30 goals

2- Englishman Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 23 goals

3. Evan Tonier (England) (Brentford) – 18 goals.

4- Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – 15 goals.

5- Brazilian Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) – 14 goals.

6- Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 13 goals

7- Englishman Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) – 12 goals

7. Ollie Watkins (England) (“Aston Villa”) – 12 goals.

9- Paraguayan Miguel Almiron (Newcastle United) – 11 goals

9- Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) – 11 goals

9- Spaniard Rodrigo (Leeds United) – 11 goals

12- Englishman Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) – 10 goals.

12- English Callium Wilson (Newcastle United) – 10 goals

12- Norwegian Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) – 10 goals

15- Brazilian Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 9 goals

15. Phil Foden (England) (Manchester City) – 9 goals.

15th Englishman James Madison (Leicester City) – 9 goals

18- Brazilian Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) – 8 goals

18- Englishman Danny Ings (Aston Villa) – 8 goals

18- Swedish Alexander Isak (Newcastle United) – 8 goals

18 Welshman Bernan Johnson (Nottingham Forest) – 8 goals

18 Argentinean Alexis McAlister (Brighton) – 8 goals

18- Uruguayan Darwin Nunez (Liverpool) – 8 goals

18- Belgian Leandro Trossart (Brighton) – 8 goals

25- Argentine Julian Alvarez (Manchester City) – 7 goals

25 Dane Philip Billing (Bournemouth) – 7 goals

25- German Kai Havertz (Chelsea) – 7 goals

25 – Englishman Solomon Marsh (Brighton) – 7 goals

25th Japanese Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton) – 7 goals

25- South Korean Heung Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) – 7 goals

25 – Englishman James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) – 7 goals

32- Portuguese Daniel Bodensi (Wolverhampton) – 6 goals

32- German Pascal Gross (Brighton) – 6 goals

32- Ivorian Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) – 6 goals

35 – Scot Chi Adams (Southampton) – 5 goals

35- Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham) – 5 goals

35 Portuguese Bruno Fernandez (Manchester United) – 5 goals

35- Argentinean Emiliano Buendia (Aston Villa) – 5 goals

35 Portuguese Ruben Neves (Wolves) – 5 goals

35- Belgian Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 5 goals

35- Iberisi Eze (England) (“Crystal Palace”) – 5 goals.

35- Englishman Jack Grealish (Manchester City) – 5 goals

35- Matthias Jansen (Denmark) (Brentford) – 5 goals.

35- Algerian Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City) – 5 goals

35 Cameroonian Brian Mbeumo (Brentford) – 5 goals

35- Congolese Yuan Wissa (Brentford) – 5 goals

35 – Swiss Granit Xhaka (Arsenal) – 5 goals

source: premier league

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