It doesn’t matter how much changes in football, the art of goalscoring will always be the most-lauded element of the game. Whether it’s scored by
It doesn’t matter how much changes in football, the art of goalscoring will always be the most-lauded element of the game.
Whether it’s scored by Alan Shearer or Thierry Henry, a simple tap-in or a 30-yard screamer, every goal counts. As long as the ball ends up in the back of the net, supporters will go into delirium and those making it happen will be held in the highest regard.
With the Premier League 2019/20 season finished, Leicester City‘s Jamie Vardy has been confirmed as the oldest Golden Boot winner in the competition’s history (aged 33 years and 198 days). The record was previously held by Didier Drogba.
Jamie Vardy is the oldest player to win the Premier League Golden Boot.
33 years and 198 days young. 🍷 pic.twitter.com/NBZbbbJvWZ
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) July 26, 2020
So, who makes up the rest of the top 10? Check out the list below….
Premier League top goalscorers: 2019/20 season current | EPL
Players with the same amount of goals are ranked by fewer minutes played.
|1st||Jamie Vardy||23 goals||3034 minutes|
|2nd||Danny Ings||22 goals||2812 minutes|
|3rd||Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang||22 goals||3138 minutes|
|4th||Raheem Sterling||20 goals||2660 minutes|
|5th||Mohamed Salah||19 goals||2884 minutes|
|6th||Harry Kane||18 goals||2589 minutes|
|7th||Sadio Mané||18 goals||2753 minutes|
|8th||Marcus Rashford||17 goals||2653 minutes|
|9th||Anthony Martial||17 goals||2638 minutes|
|10th||Raúl Jiménez||17 goals||3244 minutes|
(Correct as of 18:45 26/07/2020)