Mohamed Salah has been on top of his game this season, recording ten goals and five assists in nine matches for Liverpool. The 29-year-old Egyptian forward is leaving no stones unturned as he is practically walking his way to be the best player this season. Mohamed Salah is the highest African goalscorer in Premier League history, with 107 goals.
Didier Drogba, the former Ivorian player, was the 2nd highest African goalscorer in the Premier League history, with 104 goals scored playing for Chelsea.
Sadio Mané has also been in fine form, recording five goals in nine games for Liverpool this season. The 29-year-old Senegalese is the 3rd highest African goalscorer in Premier League history, with 100 goals.
Emmanuel Adebayor (former Togolese striker) is the 4th highest African goalscorer in Premier League history, scoring 97 goals when he played for Arsenal, Manchester City, and Tottenham.
Yakubu Aiyebeni (former Nigerian striker) is the 5th highest African goalscorer in Premier League history, with 95 goals.
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