Premier League top goal scorers 2022-2023: Updated golden boot rankings

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The first player to three goals hails from Leeds United: Rodrigo Moreno scored twice at Southampton in Matchweek 2 to take his season tally to three goals in two games and vault to the top of the top scorers' table.

There's a pack of six players with two goals right behind him, but one of them could have netted a third of his own. After scoring twice against Liverpool last week, Fulham's Aleksandar Mitrovic failed to convert a penalty kick in his side's 0-0 draw at Wolves.

Meanwhile, Arsenal's Gabriel Jesus scored two goals in his competitive home debut, and teammate Gabriel Martinelli tacked on his second as both joined Mitrovic, Brighton's Pascal Gross and Manchester City's Erling Haaland, with the latter failing to find the net against Bournemouth. Surprise entry Josh Dasilva joined the group with a goal against Manchester United.

But "own goal" has had a better start to the season than all the above with seven players scoring on their own net so far.

As was the case last season, The Sporting News will update the top scorers' table with assists and minutes played serving as the first and second tiebreakers as per major European tournaments run by UEFA.

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Premier League Top Scorers Table (2022-2023)

The table below will be updated after each matchday of the 2022/23 season with the ranking of the Premier League's top scorers. 

Updated as of Monday, Aug. 15.

RankPlayerClubGoals (PKs)AssistsMatchesMins
1.RodrigoLeeds3 (0)02155
2.Gabriel JesusArsenal2 (0)22167
 Erling HaalandMan City2 (1)12152
 Joshua DasilvaBrentford2 (0)0231
 Pascal GrossBrighton2 (0)02180
 Gabriel MartinelliArsenal2 (0)02180
 Aleksandar MitrovicFulham2 (1)02180
8.Kevin De BruyneMan City1 (0)22178
 Darwin NunezLiverpool1 (0)1296
 Phil FodenMan City1 (0)12133
 Mathias JensenBrentford1 (0)12133
 Dejan KulusevskiTottenham1 (0)12176
 Reece JamesChelsea1 (0)12180
 James MaddisonLeicester City1 (0)12180
 Mohamed SalahLiverpool1 (0)12180
 Granit XhakaArsenal1 (0)12180
 Emiliano BuendiaAston Villa1 (0)0275
 Taiwo AwoniyiNottingham Forest1 (0)02117
 Joe ArriboSouthampton1 (0)02119
 Ryan SessegnonTottenham1 (0)02123
 Ilkay GundoganMan City1 (0)02143
 Danny IngsAston Villa1 (0)02144
 Ben MeeBrentford1 (0)02149
 JorginhoChelsea1 (1)02162
 Kiernan Dewsbury-HallLeicester City1 (0)02163
 Bryan MbeumoBrentford1 (0)02163
 Kalidou KoulibalyChelsea1 (0)02165
 Luis DiazLiverpool1 (0)02168
 Callum WilsonNewcastle1 (0)02176
 Kieffer MooreBournemouth1 (0)02179
 Kyle Walker-PetersSouthampton1 (0)02179
 Timothy CastagneLeicester City1 (0)02180
 Eric DierTottenham1 (0)02180
 Pierre-Emile HojbjergTottenham1 (0)02180
 Harry KaneTottenham1 (0)02180
 Jefferson LermaBournemouth1 (0)02180
 Daniel PodenceWolves1 (0)02180
 Fabian ScharNewcastle1 (0)02180
 Ivan ToneyBrentford1 (0)02180
 James Ward-ProwseSouthampton1 (0)02180
 Wilfried ZahaCrystal Palace1 (0)02180

There have been 56 total goals scored in the Premier League this season with 7 own goals:

  • Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace)
  • Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)
  • Rayan Ait-Nouri (Wolves)
  • Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton)
  • Lucas Digne (Aston Villa)
  • William Saliba (Arsenal)
  • Jefferson Lerma (Bournemouth)

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Premier League odds to win Golden Boot

Who do the sportsbooks think is the frontrunner for the top scorer title in England? It's Haaland ahead of everyone else. 

Previous winners Salah and Kane, are considered to be in with a good shot, both ahead of their other star teammates Nunez (Liverpool) and Son (Tottenham).

Cristiano Ronaldo, who is still on the books at Man United, but whose future at the club seems tenuous, clocks in with the seventh best odds to be the scoring king in England.

The biggest snubs by the betting market might be Diogo Jota (40/1) and West Ham newcomer Gianluca Scamacca (40/1).

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Odds as of Aug. 3, 2022

Player (Club)SkyBetDraftKingsSports
Interaction
Erling Haaland (Man City)11/4+2753.40
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)9/2+4504.77
Harry Kane (Tottenham)11/2+4505.47
Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)11/1+14009.64
Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)11/1+90011.00
Son Heung-min (Tottenham)14/1+160012.00
Cristiano Ronaldo (Man United)20/1+200016.00
Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)28/1+250027.50
Callum Wilson (Newcastle)33/1+350037.00
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)33/1+350027.00
Julian Alvarez (Man City)33/1+350027.00
Kai Havertz (Chelsea)33/1+350034.00
Luis Diaz (Liverpool)33/1+400031.00
Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)33/1+400047.00
Bruno Fernandes (Man United)33/1+400042.00

Premier League Golden Boot Winners

Below are the top scorers in each season of the Premier League era (since 1992-93).

Andy Cole and Alan Shearer share the record for most goals scored in a single campaign with 34.

Thierry Henry finished atop the Premier League scoring chart in four different seasons, more than any player all-time. Shearer and Harry Kane follow with three scoring titles each.

YearPlayerTeamGoals
2021-22Son Heung-minTottenham Hotspur23
 Mohamed SalahLiverpool23
2020-21Harry KaneTottenham Hotspur23
2019-20Jamie VardyLeicester City23
2018-19Pierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenal22
 Sadio ManeLiverpool22
 Mohamed SalahLiverpool22
2017-18Mohamed SalahLiverpool32
2016-17Harry KaneTottenham Hotspur29
2015-16Harry KaneTottenham Hotspur25
2014-15Sergio AgueroManchester City26
2013-14Luis SuarezLiverpool31
2012-13Robin Van PersieArsenal26
2011-12Robin Van PersieArsenal30
2010-11Dimitar BerbatovManchester United20
 Carlos TevezManchester City20
2009-10Didier DrogbaChelsea29
2008-09Nicolas AnelkaChelsea19
2007-08Cristiano RonaldoManchester United31
2006-07Didier DrogbaChelsea20
2005-06Thierry HenryArsenal27
2004-05Thierry HenryArsenal25
2003-04Thierry HenryArsenal30
2002-03Ruud van NistelrooyManchester United25
2001-02Thierry HenryArsenal24
2000-01Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkChelsea23
1999-00Kevin PhillipsSunderland30
1998-99Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkLeeds United18
 Michael OwenLiverpool18
 Dwight YorkeManchester United18
1997-98Dion DublinCoventry City18
 Michael OwenLiverpool18
 Chris SuttonBlackburn Rovers18
1996-97Alan ShearerNewcastle United25
1995-96Alan ShearerBlackburn Rovers31
1994-95Alan ShearerBlackburn Rovers34
1993-94Andy ColeNewcastle United34
1992-93Teddy SheringhamN. Forest / Tottenham22

Premier League Golden Boot table 2021/22

It came down to the final day of the 2021/22 season between Tottenham's Son Heung-min and Liverpool's Mohamed Salah. Son's two goals at Norwich City on the final day allowed him to momentarily move ahead of Salah in the scoring table. But the Liverpool star came off the bench and netted late to catch Son, as the two stars shared the Golden Boot on 23 goals.

Cristiano Ronaldo (18 goals) was charging hard down the final stretch, but he ultimately came up short. Salah's Liverpool's teammates, Sadio Mane (16 goals) and Diogo Jota (15 goals), finished even further behind. And Manchester City had eight players with seven or more goals on the list. Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy, who were the previous two Golden Boot winners, were also top 10 finishers.

Final 2021/22 Premier League top scorer table

RankPlayerClubGoals (PKs)AssistsMatchesMins
1.Mohamed SalahLiverpool23 (5)13352,761
 Son Heung-minTottenham23 (0)7353,019
3.Cristiano RonaldoMan United18 (3)3302,458
4.Harry KaneTottenham17 (4)9373,232
5.Sadio ManeLiverpool16 (0)2342,824
6.Kevin De BruyneMan City15 (0)8302,205
 Diogo JotaLiverpool15 (0)4352,372
 Jamie VardyLeicester City15 (0)2251,805
9.Wilfried ZahaCrystal Palace14 (5)1332,761
10.Raheem SterlingMan City13 (2)5302,127
11.Jarrod BowenWest Ham12 (0)10362,987
 James MaddisonLeicester City12 (0)8352,466
 Ivan ToneyBrentford12 (5)5332,908
14.Mason MountChelsea11 (1)10322,364
 Bukayo SakaArsenal11 (2)7382,991
 Riyad MahrezMan City11 (4)5281,491
 RaphinhaLeeds United11 (4)3352,922
 Teemu PukkiNorwich City11 (3)3373,260
 Ollie WatkinsAston Villa11 (1)2352,955
20.Michail AntonioWest Ham10 (0)8362,975
 Emmanuel DennisWatford10 (0)6332,589
 Bruno FernandesMan United10 (0)6363,118
 RicharlisonEverton10 (3)5302,526
 James Ward-ProwseSouthampton10 (4)5363,217
 Emile Smith RoweArsenal10 (0)2331,920
26.Phil FodenMan City(0)5282,133
 Maxwel CornetBurnley(0)1261,776
28.Gabriel JesusMan City(1)8281,878
 Said BenrahmaWest Ham8 (0)6322,184
 Bernardo SilvaMan City(0)4352,859
 Ilkay GundoganMan City8 (0)4271,856
 Kai HavertzChelsea(0)3291,810
 Leandro TrossardBrighton(0)3342,810
 Conor GallagherCrystal Palace(0)3342,851
 Neal MaupayBrighton(1)2322,275
 Jack HarrisonLeeds United(0)1352,648
 Callum WilsonNewcastle(2)0181,388
 Romelu LukakuChelsea(1)0261,585
39.Danny IngsAston Villa7 (1)6301,904
 Martin OdegaardArsenal7 (0)4362,791
 Che AdamsSouthampton(0)3302,041
 RodriMan City7 (0)2332,887
 Yoane WissaBrentford7 (0)1301,273
  • 6 goals: 13 players
  • 5 goals: 22 players 
  • 4 goals: 23 players
  • 3 goals: 24 players
  • 2 goals: 57 players 
  • 1 goal:   99 players

Note: There were also 34 own goals among the total of 1071 goals scored in the 2021-22 Premier League.

Premier League 2022/23 TV channels, live streams

 UKUSACanadaAustralia
TV channelSky Sports, BT SportUSA Network, Telemundo, Universo
StreamingNOW TV, Sky Go, Amazon PrimefuboTV, PeacockfuboTVOptus Sport

UK: Matches are carried across Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with select matches on Amazon Prime.

USA: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the matches are streamed on NBC platform Peacock for subscribers.

Canada: Every Premier League game streams live and on demand exclusively via fuboTV.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport

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