Top 2022-23 EPL goal scorers: Erling Haaland continues to thrive as the Man City striker tops the golden boot standings.
Erling Haaland converted a last-second penalty to give Manchester City a 2-1 win over Fulham, giving him 18 goals in only 12 games.
To break Andy Cole’s and Alan Shearer’s record of 34 goals in a season, Haaland, who came on as a substitute in the second half, needs just 17 goals in the remaining 25 games.
Harry Kane of Tottenham, who has 11 goals overall, is the closest pursuer and kept pace against Liverpool with a goal. The ankle injury that Aleksandar Mitrovic has been treating since the September international break prevented him from playing against Man City.
Mohamed Salah, who shared the award last year but had a very poor season to start, has picked up speed as the World Cup draws closer. He currently has six goals after scoring twice against Tottenham.
Ivan Toney of Brentford, who missed the match with Nottingham Forest, is behind the top three. Leandro Trossard of Brighton and Hove Albion and Miguel Almiron of Newcastle United are still close behind. With his goal against Southampton, Almiron, who has eight goals on the season, has scored in four straight games.
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, November 6.
|1.||Erling Haaland||Man City||18 (3)||3||12||951|
|2.||Harry Kane||Tottenham||11 (2)||1||14||1,246|
|3.||Aleksandar Mitrovic||Fulham||9 (3)||0||12||1,018|
|4.||Ivan Toney||Brentford||8 (3)||2||13||1,170|
|Miguel Almiron||Newcastle||8 (0)||0||14||1,174|
|6.||Leandro Trossard||Brighton||7 (0)||2||13||1,092|
|Rodrigo||Leeds United||7 (1)||1||12||804|
|8.||James Maddison||Leicester City||6 (0)||4||12||1,075|
|Roberto Firmino||Liverpool||6 (0)||3||12||770|
|Phil Foden||Man City||6 (0)||3||13||820|
|Callum Wilson||Newcastle||6 (1)||2||10||780|
|Wilfried Zaha||Crystal Palace||6 (0)||1||12||1,059|
|Mohamed Salah||Liverpool||6 (0)||3||13||1,058|
|14.||Gabriel Jesus||Arsenal||5 (0)||5||13||1,135|
|Gabriel Martinelli||Arsenal||5 (0)||2||13||1,097|
|Pascal Gross||Brighton||5 (0)||2||13||1,107|
|Harvey Barnes||Leicester City||5 (0)||0||12||1,000|
|18.||Bukayo Saka||Arsenal||4 (1)||5||13||1,060|
|Martin Odegaard||Arsenal||4 (0)||2||12||994|
|Marcus Rashford||Man United||4 (0)||2||13||1,131|
|Phillip Billing||Bournemouth||4 (0)||1||14||1,053|
|Alexis Mac Allister||Brighton||4 (3)||0||13||1,167|
|Ruben Neves||Wolves||4 (2)||0||13||1,170|
- 3 goals: 25 players
- 2 goals: 35 players
- 1 goal: 76 players
- Own goals: 19
There have been 389 total goals scored in the Premier League this season with 19 own goals:
- Arsenal (1): William Saliba
- Aston Villa (2): Lucas Digne, Tyrone Mings
- Bournemouth (2): Jefferson Lerma, Chris Mepham
- Brentford (2): Ethan Pinnock, Zanka
- Brighton (3): Alexis Mac Allister, Lewis Dunk, Adam Webster
- Chelsea (2): Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Trevoh Chalobah
- 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