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Premier League top scorers 2019-20: Vardy, Aubameyang & Abraham lead the race

10:30 WAT 08/12/2019
Premier League top scorers Aguero Vardy Abraham
Goal rounds up the leading goal scorers in England's top division, with some of the best marksmen out in front

The Premier League has started to heat up, and while a lot of talk has been geared towards title frontrunners Liverpool and Manchester City, the race for the Golden Boot is beginning to take shape.

Goal is compiling the individual goal tallies for the highest-scoring Premier League players this season and you can check it out below.

Premier League 2019-20 Top Scorers

Jamie Vardy has flourished under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers and is out in front of a chasing pack that includes Tammy Abraham, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Marcus Rashford.

Perennial Golden Boot contender Sergio Aguero is also in the race, along with the likes of Sadio Mane and, of course, Tottenham's Harry Kane.

*Up to date as of games played on Dec 7

Pos Player Club Goals
1 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 14
2 Tammy Abraham Chelsea 11
=3 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 10
=3 Marcus Rashford Manchester United 10
=5 Sergio Aguero Manchester City 9
=5 Sadio Mane Liverpool 9
=5 Harry Kane Tottenham 9
=8 Raheem Sterling Manchester City 8
=8 Danny Ings Southampton 8
=8 Teemu Pukki Norwich City 8
11 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 7
=12 Raul Jimenez Wolves 6
=12 Chris Wood Burnley 6
=12 Harry Wilson Bournemouth 6
=12 Ashley Barnes Burnley 6
=12 Richarlison Everton 6
=17 Callum Wilson Bournemouth 5
=17 Christian Pulisic Chelsea 5
=17 Bernardo Silva Manchester City 5
=17 Gabriel Jesus Manchester City 5
=17 Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal 5
=17 Lys Mousset Sheffield United 5
=17 Neal Maupay Brighton 5
=17 James Maddison Leicester City 5
=17 Mason Mount Chelsea 5
=17 Dele Alli Tottenham 5
=17 Dominic Calvert-Lewin Everton 5
=17 Son Heung-min Tottenham 5

Who finished top in 2018-19?

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah successfully defended his title as Golden Boot winner in May when he scored 22 goals in 2018-19, though he had to share his prize in a three-way tie with team-mate Sadio Mane and Arsenal forward Aubameyang when the duo pulled level on the last day of the season.

The Egypt international scored 32 goals in 2017-18, beating previous holder Kane to the title.