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Top 5 Goalscorers In Premier League History; Based On Goals Per Game Ratio

Top 5 Goalscorers In Premier League History; Based On Goals Per Game Ratio


Among those who have scored the most goals in the Premier League since its inception in 1992 are Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney, Andy Cole, Sergio Aguero, and Frank Lampard, who together account for the top five highest totals in the league's history. However, when those objectives are ranked in relation to the amount of games they have played, the order alters slightly. Here are the top five teams in terms of goals scored per game:


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5th place: Alan Shearer (0.59 goals per game).

Shearer joined Blackburn Rovers from Southampton in 1992, and then spent ten years with Newcastle United between 1996 and 2006. Shearer is a former England international. He scored 112 goals in 138 games for Blackburn and another 148 goals in 303 games for Newcastle. He has played in the Premier League for both clubs. Shearer scored 260 Premier League goals in 441 games during his career.


Shearer joins Blackburn Rovers on this day in history.


Alan Shearer's profile, news, and statistics for the Premier League are available here.


4. Mohamed Salah, who scores 0.64 goals per game.

Salman Salah scored only two goals in 13 league games for Chelsea during his first spell in the country in 2014. 109 more goals have been scored in 161 appearances since the Egyptian winger returned to the Premier League with Liverpool after a loan spell with AS Roma in 2017. If he maintains his current level, he has a chance to go up the rankings table even farther.

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3. 0.65 goals per game for Harry Kane.

In three league appearances for Norwich City in the Premier League during the 2012-13 season, Kane was held to a goalless draw. Since joining Tottenham in 2013, though, the England captain has been a prolific scorer in the Premier League, netting 167 goals in 258 appearances. Kane will have to turn around his current form if he wants to maintain his goals per game ratio of 0.65.

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2. Sergio Aguero - 0.67 goals per game (Sergio Aguero).

Sergio Aguero scored 184 goals in 275 games for Manchester City, averaging 0.67 goals per game on average. He recently announced his retirement from football due to health issues. He was a Manchester City legend for more than two decades. Premier League history will remember Sergio Aguero as one of the finest strikers in its history.

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1. Thierry Henry - 0.68 goals per game (Thierry Henry's average).


Arsenal striker Thierry Henry is widely considered to be the best player to ever play in the Premier League. That argument is supported by his goal-per-game ratio. Arsenal great Didier Drogba scored 175 goals in 258 games for the Gunners during two periods with the club. Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah have a lot of ground to make up in terms of goals per game if they want to catch up with him.

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