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Ranking the Premier League players with the most goals in all competitions

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Who are the highest-scoring Premier League players so far this season? We’ve ranked the leading goalscorers from England’s top clubs, based on goals scored in all competitions.

Jarrod Bowen – West Ham (14)

Jarrod Bowen has produced some of the best football of his career so far this season, with the West Ham winger having deputised at centre-forward for much of the campaign.

The 27-year-old has scored 11 league goals, just one short of his best return for the Hammers, and has 14 in all competitions. The five-cap England international will hope he can do enough to earn a place in Gareth Southgate’s squad for this summer’s European Championship, amid strong competition in attacking areas.

Alexander Isak – Newcastle (14)

Alexander Isak has scored 14 times in all competitions for Newcastle this season, netting goals in the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup for the Magpies.

The Swedish striker has already matched his Premier League return (10) from his debut campaign at St James’ Park and has averaged a top-flight goal every 113 minutes this season. Newcastle will hope Isak can remain clear of the fitness problems that have punctuated his time in the North East, as Eddie Howe’s side look to mount a challenge for Champions League qualification.

Isak makes the defence pay 💪

Look what it means to the @NUFC fans 🤩#EmiratesFACup pic.twitter.com/CCq99INut8

— Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) January 6, 2024

Ollie Watkins – Aston Villa (14)

Aston Villa’s push for a top-four finish has been fired by Ollie Watkins’ form this season. The forward ranks third for goal involvement in the Premier League, having scored nine times and provided a joint-leading eight assists.

Watkins has 14 goals in all competitions, after scoring five times during Villa’s Europa Conference League campaign to date. That return includes hat-tricks against Hibernian in Europe and Brighton in the Premier League.

Dominic Solanke – Bournemouth (14)

Dominic Solanke’s goal glut has been one of the stories of the Premier League campaign. The forward’s modest goal record at the top level had been well documented, but he has found his groove at Bournemouth this season.

Solanke has struck 12 times in 20 appearances in the Premier League, more than he managed in his first 96 appearances in England’s top tier. The 26-year-old’s fantastic form has raised suggestions that he could break into the England squad ahead of Euro 2024.

Joao Pedro – Brighton (18)

Joao Pedro’s sensational first season at Brighton continued with an FA Cup hat-trick against Sheffield United at the weekend.

The Brazilian has been in brilliant form since his £30m arrival from Watford in the summer, with only one Premier League player having outscored the 22-year-old in all competitions.

Pedro has emerged as one of the best penalty-takers in Europe with a flawless record in his career to date, which includes TEN spot-kicks confidently converted in 2023/24. No player in Europe’s top five leagues has scored more penalties than Pedro.

◉ Top scorer in the FA Cup
◉ Top scorer in the Europa League
◉ 18 goals in all competitions

What a signing Joao Pedro has been for Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton 🔥 pic.twitter.com/e4QOzbQ7wH

— Football on TNT Sports (@footballontnt) January 28, 2024

Mohamed Salah – Liverpool (18)

Mohamed Salah is tied for second for goals in all competitions, having hit 18 for the season for Liverpool.

Salah’s season has seen the Egyptian move past 200 in all competitions for Liverpool while breaking into the Premier League’s all-time top 10 goalscorers.

The 31-year-old is targeting a record-equalling fourth Golden Boot accolade and is currently level with Erling Haaland (14) at the top of the Premier League’s goal chart.

Erling Haaland – Manchester City (19)

Erling Haaland leads the way with 19 goals in all competitions, despite missing over a month of action with a foot problem.

The Norwegian has scored 14 times in the Premier League and a further five in Europe, with the 23-year-old the joint-leading scorer in each competition.

Last season, Haaland hit 52 goals in all competitions, a record in a single season from a Premier League player. That return included 36 in the league alone, another record the Manchester City machine shattered during a stunning debut campaign at the Etihad.

Erling Haaland has been out for 2 months and he is still the Top scorer in the Premier League! pic.twitter.com/gKWz27h5xy

— City Chief (@City_Chief) January 29, 2024

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