The Premier league is almost over. But with roughly 3 matches left for most teams, were sure more players will keep hitting the ball at the back of the net. Yet for now, the list of top scorers are still unchanged from the last games. Sad as it can be for most Manchester United fans, no red devil has ventured in the top 5 of the list of highest goal scorers this season. Starting on, we have Jamie Vardy who has been doing quite well this season with some 23 hot goals at hand. He also hit his 100th premier league goal and broken that record too.
Liverpool's rare gem, Mo' Salah is in 3rd place with 19 fresh goals. Still, he is dragging that spot with Danny Ings.
Lastly, Raheem Sterling. He has successfully netted 17 goals for Manchester City this season. Great work guys and more goals to you all.
1. Jamie Vardy
Leicester City; 23 goals
2. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Arsenal; 20 goals
3. Mohammed Salah
Liverpool; 19 goals
4. Danny Ings
Southampton; 19 goals
5. Raheem Sterling
Manchester City; 17 goals
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