Premier League

Premier League top scorers: Where does Cristiano Ronaldo rank after his hat-trick?

The Portuguese star climbs positions and approaches the first place.

The Portuguese is five goals behind Mohamed Salah.
The Portuguese is five goals behind Mohamed Salah.

After 32 Premier League Matchweeks, Mohamed Salah, Heung-Min Son, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Diogo Jota lead the list of top scorers in the Premier League. A few weeks ago, Liverpool dominated the top three, however, the South Korean and the Portuguese replaced Sadio Mané. Despite all this, the Reds have shown their attacking potential and the Egyptian, the Senegalese and the Portuguese have done an outstanding job.

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Close behind the top three scorers are the Senegalese Sadio Mané, Harry Kane, and Ivan Toney. The Liverpool striker has 13 goals, meanwhile, the Tottenham and Brentford forwards have 12 goals.

Finally, the top eight is completed by Kevin De Bruyne, the Belgian who plays for Manchester City, and Wilfried Zaha, the Ivorian player who plays for Crystal Palace.

Players like Raheem Sterling, Jamie Vardy, Mason Mount, and Riyad Mahrez are in the ninth position with 10 total goals during the Premier League season.

Premier League goal leaders:

Rank Player Team Nationality Goals
1 Mohamed Salah Liverpool Egypt 20
2 Heung-Min Son Tottenham South Korea 17
3 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United Portugal 15
3 Diogo Jota Liverpool Portugal 15
4 Sadio Mané Liverpool Senegal 13
5 Harry Kane Tottenham England 12
5 Ivan Toney Brentford England 12
8 Kevin de Bruyne Manchester City Belgium 11
8 Wilfried Zaha Crystal Palace Ivory Coast 11

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Hugo Alberto Walls Gómez

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