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2023/24 Top Premier League Goal Scorers

Updated: 3 days ago

Premier League Top Scorers 2023/24: A Striking Season Unveiled.
Premier League Top Scorers 2023/24: A Striking Season Unveiled.

The 2023/24 Premier League season has been nothing short of a goal-scoring spectacle, with prolific strikers making their mark on the pitch. As we look into the top scorers, it's evident that the race for the Golden Boot is heating up.

Let's explore the standout sharpshooters that have defined the 2023-24 Premier League season's goal-scoring landscape so far.

Below Are The 2023/24 Top Premier League Scorers

1. Erling Haaland (Man City) – 17 Goals (5 Assists)

Leading the pack is the Norwegian striker Erling Haaland, donning the sky-blue colours of Manchester City. Outstandingly, Haaland has bagged seventeen goals and provided five assists, showcasing his clinical finishing and ability to contribute to team play. Following his return from a stress fracture in his foot that kept him out for two months, he remained at the top of the 2023-24 goalscoring chart. Since his return in February 2024, he has continued his remarkable form in the English top flight and is poised to help City in their quest for a fourth consecutive league title.

2. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 15 Goals (9 Assists)

Liverpool's Egyptian king, Mohamed Salah, continues to dazzle with his goal-scoring prowess. With fifteen goals and nine assists, Salah's lethal combination of speed and precision remains a constant threat to opposing defences. Liverpool fans rely on him to propel their team to glory this season. Despite missing for a few weeks due to the 2024 Africa Cup of Nations where he sustained a hamstring injury, he returned to scoring ways against Brentford in February.

3. Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth) – 14 Goals (3 Assists)

Dominic Solanke from Bournemouth has consistently posed a goal-scoring threat, scoring fourteen times and delivering three assists. His pivotal role in Bournemouth's pursuit of increased competitiveness this season under Andoni Iraola cannot be overstated. Solanke's remarkable hat-trick in the 3-2 victory against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground just before Christmas Day is a testament to his significant improvement.

4. Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa) – 13 Goals (10 Assists)

Aston Villa's Ollie Watkins is not only finding the net, he is creating opportunities for his teammates. With thirteen goals and an impressive ten assists, Watkins is proving to be a well-rounded striker under the leadership of Unai Emery. With Ollie's goal-scoring threat and ability to provide valuable assists, Villa might secure a European spot.

5. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) - 12 Goals, 7 Assists

England winger Bukayo Saka has been a standout for Arsenal in the 2023/24 season, impressing with 12 goals and 7 assists. His speed, control, and intelligence have troubled defenders, while his impact on Arsenal's attack has earned him a spot among the season's top scorers. Saka symbolises Arsenal's future hopes in the league.

6. Son Heung-Min (Tottenham) – 12 Goals, 6 Assists

Tottenham's South Korean talisman, Son Heung-Min, has been a key figure in his team's attacking line-up under Ange Postecoglou. Boasting twelve goals and six assists, Son's versatility and goal-scoring instincts have been crucial for Spurs this season, especially after the departure of England captain Harry Kane. Can he sustain his goal-scoring rhythm, stay out of injury and help Tottenham to secure a Champions League spot?

7. Jarrod Bowen (West Ham) – 11 Goals (2 Assists)

Securing the seventh position is West Ham's dynamic forward, Jarrod Bowen, who has been a revelation in the Premier League. With eleven goals and two assists, Bowen's contributions have played a pivotal role in West Ham's quest for a successful campaign after they landed the Europa Conference League last season. If he continues to be the driving force for the Hammers upfront, the East London club are guaranteed a successful season.

8. Hwang Hee-chan (Wolves) – 10 Goals (3 Assists)

Wolves' Hwang Hee-chan has substantially impacted the goal-scoring department, registering ten goals and three assists. The South Korean forward's flair and creativity have introduced a new dimension to Wolves' attack. Gary O'Neil must thank his stars as Hwang and his teammates elevate their performances, steering Wolves clear of a relegation battle. It's worth noting that VAR has posed challenges for them, adding an extra layer of complexity to their campaign.

9. Alexander Isak (Newcastle – 10 Goals, 0 Assists)

Newcastle's Alexander Isak has made an immediate impact with ten goals. Although yet to register an assist, Isak's goal-scoring instincts have added potency to Newcastle's attack. Can he be a consistent force for the Magpies as they challenge for honours in different competitions?

10. Richarlison (Spurs – 10 Goals, 3 Assists)

Spurs' Richarlison is not only finding the net, he is creating opportunities for his teammates. With ten goals and three assists, Richarlison is proving to be a well-rounded striker under the leadership of Ange Postecoglous.

11. Cole Palmer (Chelsea - 10 Goals, 4 Assists)

The tenth spot goes to England prodigy Cole Palmer, who sealed a surprise move from Man City to Chelsea in the summer. The attacking midfielder has been a joy to observe at Stamford Bridge, notching ten goals and registering four assists under manager Mauricio Pochettino.

As the 2023-24 season progresses, the battle for the Golden Boot intensifies, and these top scorers will undoubtedly be under the spotlight. As the journey towards glory continues, the excitement of the beautiful game unfolds with each breath-taking goal.

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