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List of top scorers in the English Premier League.. after the posts of Haaland, Kane and Salah

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The curtain fell on the 20th round of the English Premier League last night, Sunday, with an impressive win for Arsenal leaders over hosts Tottenham in their home Derby north of the capital, London.

Arsenal extended their lead in the Premier League with 47 points, a full 8 points clear of Manchester City, who suffered a spectacular 2-1 defeat at the hands of nemesis Manchester United in the Derby. which brought them together last Saturday in light of the Norwegian starvation. Erling Haaland is City’s top scorer for the second consecutive game.

Liverpool also suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of their hosts, Brighton, with three unanswered goals.

While Newcastle United continued their streak of positive results by beating their guest Fulham with a fatal last-minute goal that brought them together last night, Sunday.

Haaland failed to cement his lead on the Premier League top scorer list and his runner-up English star Harry Kane also failed to score to help Tottenham avoid defeat by Arsenal in a north London derby.

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

1- Norwegian Erling Haaland (Manchester City) – 21 goals

2- Englishman Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 15 goals

3. Evan Tonier (England) (Brentford) – 13 goals.

4- Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) – 11 goals

5- Spaniard Rodrigo (Leeds United) – 10 goals

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

7- Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – 8 goals

7- Norwegian Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) – 8 goals

9- Brazilian Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 7 goals

9. Phil Foden (England) (Manchester City) – 7 goals.

9- Englishman James Madison (Leicester City) – 7 goals

9- Brazilian Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) – 7 goals

9- Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 7 goals

9- Belgian Leandro Trossart (Brighton) – 7 goals

15th Englishman Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) – 6 goals.

15- Herman Pascal Gross (Brighton) – 6 goals

15- Englishman Danny Ings (Aston Villa) – 6 goals

15. Bukayo Saka (England) (Arsenal) – 6 goals.

15- English Callium Wilson (Newcastle United) – 6 goals

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

21- Portuguese Daniel Bodensi (Wolverhampton) – 5 goals

21- Brazilian Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) – 5 goals

21- German Kai Havertz (Chelsea) – 5 goals

21 – Argentina’s Alexis McAllister (Brighton) – 5 goals

21- Uruguayan Darwin Nunez (Liverpool) – 5 goals

21 – Englishman James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) – 5 goals

27- Scot Chi Adams (Southampton) – 4 goals

27th Nigerian Taiwo Onii (Nottingham Forest) – 4 goals

27- Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham) – 4 goals

27 Dane Philip Billing (Bournemouth) – 4 goals

27- Portuguese Ruben Neves (Wolves) – 4 goals

27- Jamaican Bobby Reid (Fulham) – 4 goals

27th Dane Pierre-Emil Hoberg (Tottenham Hotspur) – 4 goals

27- Welsh Bernan Johnson (Nottingham Forest) – 4 goals

27th Englishman Solomon Marsh (Brighton) – 4 goals

27 Cameroonian Brian Mbeumo (Brentford) – 4 goals

27 – Welsh Kiefer Moore (Bournemouth) – 4 goals

27- South Korean Heung Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) – 4 goals

27- Englishman Raheem Sterling (Chelsea) – 4 goals

27- Dutchman Cresensio Summerville (Leeds United) – 4 goals

27- Congolese Yuan Vesa (“Brentford”) – 4 goals.

source: premier league

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