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Premier League top scorers At BeSoccer, thanks to its ProFootballDB database, pl top scorers we have compiled who are the highest historical scorers for each of the 20 teams that play this season in the Premier League. nine of them are currently active in that set.
The Premier League, which as such was born in the 92-93 season, has been building its idols and benchmarks for almost three decades. Enough time for the top scorers to stand out. These are those of each of the 20 teams after the 28-day dispute.
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It would be possible to speak first of the nine that are currently active with those shirts, expanding their numbers. And there the first one that stands out is the Kun Agüero, which is at 180.
In three figures Harry Kane also moves. He is currently injured, but in recent seasons he has shot his figures to legendary levels. With 136 under his belt, he will return when he leaves the infirmary.
Jamie Vardy is at a lower echelon, who is only three goals away from becoming Leicester’s centennial.
A group of five attackers walk with more modest numbers and in teams with less trajectory. This is the case of Joshua King (Bournemouth, 46), Troy Deeney (Watford, 43), Ashley Barnes (Burnley, 38), Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace, 35), Glenn Murray (Brighton, 26) and Raúl Jiménez (Wolves, 26).
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Then there are the historical ones that have not yet had a generational replacement. Above all of them, Wayne Rooney, the highest historical scorer of the competition. Of course, those 183 goals at United are only three more than those carried by Agüero, who with his great progression will overcome him to sublimate his myth unless there is an injury between now and the end of the season.
Thierry Henry is the one left in his wake. His 176 with Arsenal stayed close. A little further is the top benchmark for Newcastle, Alan Shearer, who made 148. And one of him, Frank Lampard, now coach of Chelsea himself.
The list is completed by Robbie Fowler (Liverpool, 128), Matt Le Tissier (Southampton, 101), Gabriel Agbonlahor (Aston Villa, 73), Romelu Lukaku (Everton, 68), Paulo di Canio (West Ham, 48), Chris Sutton (Norwich, 33) and Brian Deane (Sheffield United, 15).