Premier League top scorers in the last ten seasons

This article is dedicated to the premier league top scorers in the last 10 years. The likes of Robin Van Persie, Harry Kane features in this list.

Debangshu Biswas
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The Premier League is often considered the toughest league in the world. Hence, being a top scorer in this league is no joke. Here we discuss those players who ended up as Premier League top scorers in the last ten seasons.

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Premier League top scorers from (2011/12-2020/21)

Premier League top scorers in the last ten seasons - Football Stats - SportzPoint

1. Robin Van Persie (2011/12, 2012/13)

Robin van Persie was the premier league top scorer in two consecutive seasons from 2011/12 to 2012/13 | SportzPoint

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  • 2011/12 - 30 goals (Arsenal)
  • 2012/13 - 26 goals (Manchester United)

The man was a beast at his peak. He was the premier league top scorer in two consecutive seasons from 2011/12 to 2012/13. In the 2011/12 season, he scored 30 goals with Arsenal and ended being up the top scorer. Subsequently, he made a switch to Manchester United next season and it was the same story once again. He ended up with 26 goals in the Reds the following season.

2. Luis Suarez (2013/14)

Luis Suarez features in the list of Premier League top scorers in the last 10 seasons having scored 31 goals in the 2013/14 season | SportzPoint

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  • 2013/14 - 31 goals (Liverpool)

Luis Suarez is the only player who managed to bag the European Golden Boot award twice but most importantly, in the prime Messi-Ronaldo era. He is probably one of the greatest no.9 in history. He won the award jointly in 2013-14 with Cristiano Ronaldo when he scored 31 goals for Liverpool in the Premier League. The next golden boot came in 2015-16 after he joined FC Barcelona and played alongside the likes of Lionel Messi and Neymar. He scored 40 goals for the Catalan giants in the league and bagged his career's second golden boot award.

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3. Sergio Aguero (2014/15)

Sergio Aguero was the Premier League top scorer in 2014/15 | SportzPoint

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  • 2014/15 - 26 Goals (Manchester City)

Sergio Aguero is one of the greatest strikers to play in the Premier League. He turned things around for Manchester City in the competition. After his spell with City he moved to Barcelona as a free agent and now currently plays in the Spanish top division. Aguero signed for Premier League club Manchester City in 2011 in a transfer for a reported fee of £35 million. During his 10 years at the club, he won five league titles. He also holds the record for most Premier League goals scored by a player for any single club.

4. Harry Kane (2015/16, 2016/2017, 2020/21)

Harry Kane is the only player who features thrice in the list of Premier League top scorers | SportzPoint

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  • 2015/16 - 25 Goals
  • 2016/17 - 29 Goals
  • 2020/21 - 23 Goals

England captain Harry Kane is the only player to win the award three times in the last 10 seasons. However, with all these audacious individual performances he still failed to guide Tottenham to the league title. Harry Kane has notched up 166 goals in the Premier League so far and is looking for more every season.

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5. Mohamed Salah (2017/18, 2018/19)

Mohamed Salah was the Premier League top scorer of the season twice in a row from 2017/18 to 2018/19 | SportzPoint

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  • 2017/18 - 32 Goals (Liverpool)
  • 2018/19 - 22 (Sadio Mane and Aubameyang were at the same score with the Egyptian)

Mohamed Salah was one of the best buys in Liverpool history. The Egyptian has turned things around its head for Liverpool since his arrival. His synergy with Mane and Firmino is insane. The goal machine, also known as the Egyptian Messi has stepped up when needed for Liverpool.

6. Jamie Vardy (2019/20)

  • 2019/20 - 23 Goals (Leicester City)

Jamie Vardy is one of the most under-rated strikers if not the most under-rated. The Leicester man was the top scorer in the 2019/20 season with 23 goals. His impact on the title-winning season for Leicester City is also incomparable.

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