There are only three active players in the top 10.
Mo Salah scored the 129th goal and became Liverpool’s top scorer in the Premier League – ahead of Robbie Fowler.
What about other clubs? Now let’s show. For better visualization, the goalscorers are not arranged in alphabetical order of clubs, but by the number of goals scored: from the player with the fewest goals to Harry Kane.
• Neil Mope scored the same 26 Premier League goals for Brighton as Glenn Murray, but over more games (102 to 96).
• Kane is the Premier League’s all-time top scorer if you only count goals for one club (although Harry had 3 more matches for Norwich). But in the overall top he is third – ahead of Wayne Rooney (208) and Alan Shearer (260).
• No one threatens Kane from below: Salah and Vardy are far away (besides, Jamie is playing less and less), the rest of the top 10 have already retired.
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