Premier League high scorers: Mohamed Salah OVERTAKES Aubameyang, Kane, Sterling and Aguero

Premier League high scorers: Mohamed Salah OVERTAKES Aubameyang, Kane, Sterling and Aguero

Premier League targets have been flying on this weekend, with huge performances reshaping the highest scorers chart with a brand new chief on the h

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Premier League targets have been flying on this weekend, with huge performances reshaping the highest scorers chart with a brand new chief on the high.

Mohamed Salah bagged a hat-trick for Liverpool towards Bournemouth on the Vitality Stadium to leapfrog a bunch of contenders to assert high spot.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Raheem Sterling fired blanks, whereas Sergio Aguero’s harm issues have curtailed his season to this point.

Have a look beneath to disclose the stay Premier League high scorers chart throughout the present spherical of fixtures. (Final up to date – 8:30pm, December 8)

Glenn Murray (Brighton) – Eight targets (zero assists)

The Brighton man added one other purpose to his tally throughout the midweek video games however solely managed a substitute look this weekend because of harm.

Sergio Aguero (Manchester Metropolis) – Eight targets (four assists)

The Metropolis star may fall behind after being dominated out of motion for a number of video games.

Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – Eight targets (5 assists)

The Cherries’ major man has been excellent in 2018/19, with a stack of targets and assists to show his credentials.

Raheem Sterling (Manchester Metropolis) – Eight targets (6 assists)

Sterling couldn’t discover the online towards Chelsea however his sturdy haul of targets and assists stays spectacular.

Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 9 targets (2 assists)

Kane has been benched for the Leicester recreation tonight. Can he come of the bench to

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) – 10 targets (three assists)

A clean week for Aubameyang meant he was unable to increase his lead on the high.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 10 targets (four assists)

Salah’s hat-trick towards Bournemouth has fired him to the highest of the charts.

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