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Premier League top scorers before 2022

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The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, a professional in the ranks of the Liverpool team, continued to lead the Premier League scorer by 5 goals, after the end of the matches of the twentieth round of the Premier League, which came to an end yesterday after Manchester United beat Burnley 3-3, 1 during the match between them at Old Trafford.

Ronaldo reaches goal 8

Cristiano Ronaldo raised his score to 8 goals, occupying fourth place in the Premier League’s top scorer before entering the new year 2022.

Salah maintains the lead

Mohamed Salah maintained the top scorer in the English Premier League, with 15 goals, 5 goals behind his teammate in Liverpool, Diogo Jota.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is in third place with 9 goals, 4 players equal in number of goals, and they are Ronaldo with United, Son Heung-min with Tottenham, Ravenha with Leeds United, Emmanuel Bonaventure Denis with Watford, and Smith Roe with Arsenal , in the number of goals and each of them 8 goals.
Ironically, in the twentieth round, Salah and most of the competitors did not score goals in the English Premier League’s top scorer, and Ronaldo was the only one who was able to score in the United match against Burnley.

Premier League top scorers before 2022

Mohamed Salah, Liverpool, 15 goals.

Diogo Jota, Liverpool, 10 goals.

Jamie Vardy, Leicester City, 9 goals.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United, 8 goals.

Son Heung-min, Tottenham, 8 goals.

Ravenha, Leeds United, 8 goals.

Emmanuel Bonaventure Denis, Watford, 8 goals.

Smith Rowe, Arsenal, 8 goals.

Mawson Mount, Chelsea, 7 goals.

Michael Antonio, West Ham United, 7 goals.

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Sadio Mane, Liverpool, 7 goals.

Raheem Sterling, Manchester City, 7 goals.

Niall Maupai, Brighton, 7 goals.

Bernardo Silva, Manchester City, 7 goals.