Manchester City forward Erling Haaland is back on the scoresheet after scoring twice against Brighton on October 22 to bring his incredible total to 17 goals in 11 games. One of the two goals came from his first penalty kick of the Premier League season.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane is the closest chaser with eight goals remaining after scoring against Newcastle. After a brief injury hiatus, Fulham’s top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic has scored in three consecutive games to take sole possession of the third place.
Ivan Toney of Brentford, who recently scored a pair of goals against Brighton, is in fourth place. With his game-winning goal against West Ham on Wednesday, Darwin Nunez of Liverpool has begun to move up the list, giving him three Premier League goals so far this year. With Leicester’s fourth goal in a win over Wolves in the middle of October, Jamie Vardy finally netted his first goal of a trying season.
Premier League Top Scorers Table (2022-2023)
The table below will be updated after each matchday of the 2022/23 season with the ranking of the Premier League’s top scorers.
Updated as of Sunday, October 23.
|1.||Erling Haaland||Man City||17 (1)||3||11||925|
|2.||Harry Kane||Tottenham||10 (2)||1||12||1,066|
|3.||Aleksandar Mitrovic||Fulham||9 (3)||0||11||933|
|4.||Ivan Toney||Brentford||8 (3)||2||11||1,080|
|5.||Roberto Firmino||Liverpool||6 (0)||3||10||697|
|Phil Foden||Man City||6 (0)||3||11||781|
|Leandro Trossard||Brighton||6 (0)||1||11||923|
|James Maddison||Leicester City||6 (0)||2||9||895|
|Miguel Almiron||Newcastle||6 (0)||0||12||1,007|
|10.||Gabriel Jesus||Arsenal||5 (0)||3||11||955|
|Wilfried Zaha||Crystal Palace||5 (0)||1||10||879|
|Rodrigo||Leeds United||5 (0)||1||10||672|
|13.||Bukayo Saka||Arsenal||4 (1)||4||11||970|
|Gabriel Martinelli||Arsenal||4 (0)||2||11||944|
|Alexis Mac Allister||Brighton||4 (3)||0||11||987|
|Harvey Barnes||Leicester City||4 (0)||0||10||735|
|Callum Wilson||Newcastle||4 (0)||1||8||648|
- 3 goals: 18 players
- 2 goals: 37 players
- 1 goal: 71 players
- Own goals: 16
There have been 324 total goals scored in the Premier League this season with 16 own goals:
- Arsenal (1): William Saliba
- Aston Villa (2): Lucas Digne, Tyrone Mings
- Bournemouth (2): Jefferson Lerma, Chris Mepham
- Brentford (1): Ethan Pinnock
- Brighton (3): Alexis Mac Allister, Lewis Dunk, Adam Webster
- Crystal Palace (1): Marc Guehi
- Leeds United (1): Robin Koch
- Leicester City (1): Luke Thomas
- Manchester City (1): John Stones
- Southampton (1): Mohammed Salisu
- West Ham (1): Thilo Kehrer
- Wolves (1): Rayan Ait-Nouri