– Premier League top scorers chart sees Jamie Vardy topping the table
– The Leicester City striker has been superb this season in the Premier League
– Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham is occupying second position on the table The race for who will become the top scorer for the 2019/20 Premier League season is now becoming more interesting with players getting the goals for their clubs. Last season, the trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Aubameyang finished with 22 goals each and they had to share the Golden Boot award at the end of the term. These three African players are also in the race for this season’s Golden Boot award, but they will have to improve their games for them to have the opportunity this term.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is currently leading the 2019/20 Premier League goalscorers chart with 13 goals after 14 games played this term.
His club is also doing well on the Premier League standings occupying second position so far. Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham is occupying second position on the goalscorers’ chart with 10 goals, while his club occupy fourth on the Premier League standings. Despite Arsenal’s unimpressive performance this season in all competitions, Aubameyang is still getting the goals and the Gabonese has netted 10 goals. Sergio Aguero of Manchester City has 9 goals and he is occupying fourth position, while Sadio Mane and Raheem Sterling have both scored eight goals.
1. Jamie Vardy with 13 goals
2. Tammy Abraham with 10 goals
3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with 10 goals
4. Sergio Aguero with 9 goals
5. Sadio Mane with 8 goals
6. Raheem Sterling with 8 goals
7. Marcus Rashford with 7 goals
8. Teemu Pukki with 7 goals
9. Danny Ings with 7 goals
10. Harry Kane with 7 goals
Earlier, examprestige.com had reported how Leicester City vs Everton ended in another resounding 2-1 victory for the Foxes as they successfully replicated their dazzling Premier League form on Sunday evening, December 1. Brendan Rodgers’ men toed into the game with their usual daring show of champions against tough Everton side but lost the chance to up a fabulous lead.