The player with the most goals since the EPL resumed.
By TheRelic∞ | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2486 views
Following a 3-month total lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League resumed on July 17, 2020 and since then there have been series of events going on. Some teams are improving while some are still struggling.
Since it resumed, players have been giving in their best for their team and we've seen superb goals. But there's one player who has had more goals than anyone since the EPL resumed. And who is he?
Burnley's Michail Antonio has scored more goals than anyone since the resumption of the EPL. He has scored 7 goals for his team
Though he isn't among the top scorers in the EPL this season, he has really tried. Below are the top scorers in the EPL this season (above 15 goals):
1. Jamie Vardy (23 goals).
2. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Danny Ings (20 goals).
3. Mohammed Salah (19 goals).
4. Raheem Sterling, Raul Jimenez, Sadio Mane, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford (17 goals).
5. Sergio Aguero (16 goals).
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