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Opinion: Top 6 Football Players With The Highest Goals Scored in a Single Premier League Season

Some of the best goals in football history have been played in the Premier League. Premier League competition The players on the Premier League's top goalscorers list are all very different. The five players on the list include goal-scoring goal-scorers who all have one thing in common. We've put together a list of the top five goalscorers in the Premier League this season.

 6. Harry Kane - 30 (2017/18)

 Harry Kane is without a doubt Tottenham's top scorer since the 2014/15 season. Ken has been the club's leading scorer since the 2013/14 Premier League season. He also won the Golden Boot with 23 goals in the 2020/21 season. The Englishman's fantastic season was 2017/18, when he scored 30 goals in a Premier League season.

 5. Alan Shearer - 31 goals (1995/96)

 Alan Shearer has been named one of the best players in English Premier League history, playing for Southampton, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. He is the Premier League's all-time leading scorer with 260 goals in 441 games. As a result, Shearer has had a number of impressive goalscorers in the English Premier League. Thus, in the 1995/96 season, Alan Shearer scored 31 goals in 35 games for Blackburn Rovers.

 4. Luis Suarez - 31 goals (2013/14)

 In the perfect world, the 2013/14 season saw Liverpool break the 24-year trophy drought and Luis Suarez deserved a lot of trophies. As a Premier League supporter, I can say that watching Uruguay was different from anything I have ever seen before. He felt that something wonderful was going to happen to the attacker in every game and he always did. Suarez scored 31 goals and conceded 12 assists in 33 games that season. This was after he missed the first six games of the season due to suspension. Although Suarez did not win the title, he strengthened his position among football pundits. His move to Barcelona with Lionel Messi came as no surprise, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thierry Henry and David Villa all failing.

 3. Cristiano Ronaldo 31 goals (2007/08)

 Cristiano Ronaldo enjoyed a successful season at Manchester United in 2007-08, scoring 31 goals in the league before joining Old Trafford in 2003 under Sir Alex Ferguson to lead the club to victory in the Premier League and UCL. It is this season of competition that has made Ronaldo the current player. He had it all: free kicks, speed kicks, stewardship and shrimps and amazing headers against gravity. After that season, Ronaldo won his first Ballon d'Or.

 2. Mohamed Salah (32 goals (2017/18)

 When Klopp rebuilt England's big club, Mohammed bought Salah from Rome, a player with limited experience and talent. In 2017/18, Salah was one of the best players in the history of Liverpool and broke many records along the way. Since scoring his first goal at Watford, he has scored 32 goals in the league and has gone from strength to strength as a winger, not as a winger. He is the third player in franchise history to score 17 goals in a single season.

 1. Andy Cole scored 34 - (1993/94).

 Andy Cole, then 22, scored 34 goals for FIFA in the United States this season. Cole joined the Bristol club in February 1993 and is still showing his colors. He joined Col Bullsley in the same season, scoring 68 per cent of Newcastle's goals. Cole, although the center face is not complete, was a complete package with explosion speed, easy movement and precise finish.

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