Goalscorers get all the spotlights as scoring goals is the ultimate aim of this beautiful game. Many great goalscorer have plied their trade in the most competitive league in the world; EPL. In this article, let us have a look at some of the best strikers in the Premier League history
10 Best Strikers In The Premier League History are –
10. Harry Kane
Latest addition to this list, Harry Kane is currently among the best strikers in the world. He is one of the best finishers in the game right now. He has already won the Premier League Golden Boot twice and also won the FIFA World cup Golden Boot in 2018.
Kane has won the PFA player of the month award six times and has been selected for the PFA Team of the Year four times. As a result of these individual achievements, he has already established himslef as one of the best strikers in the Premier League history.
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9. Robbie Fowler
Fowler was a delicious finisher, a classic poacher and the perfect No.9. It’s little wonder Fowler was christened ‘God’ by the Kop – few players have shown such natural instinct and ruthlessness in front of goal.
Fowler burst on to the Premier League scene in 1993, scored 25 goals in 1994-1995 and 28 the following season. That includes his famous four minute 33 second hat-trick against Arsenal in front of an adoring Anfield crowd.
He wasn’t quite successful for Blackburn or Manchester City, but his legacy at Anfield will be remembered long.
8. Luis Suarez
Suarez was signed by Liverpool in the winter of 2011. He didn’t hit the goal trail straight away – in 2011/12, he found the net just 11 times, though he struck the woodwork on eight more occasions.
But he reached top form a year later, scoring 31 times in 33 league matches as Liverpool nearly clinched the league in the 2013-14 season under Brendan Rodgers.
The PFA Player of the Year award and European Golden Shoe were his, as was a move to Barcelona in 2014.
7. Didier Drogba
Didier Drogba is one of the greatest players ever to wear the Chelsea’s jersey. The four-time Premier League winner was at his devastating best during the 2009/10 season, where he smashed in 29 goals in 32 games, earning himself the Golden Boot for the second time in his Chelsea career, as well as the fear and respect of the majority of league defenders across the country.
Drogba is well remembered for his perfomance against Bayern Munich in 2012 UCL final. he not only scored the equalising goal in the dying minutes of the match to force it into extra-time but also scored the winning penalty during shootout.
6. Wayne Rooney
A player who made his name in Manchester. Wayne Rooney’s legacy at Old Trafford is immortal. Wayne Rooney is the leading goalscorer for both club and country.
Rooney burst into the public consciousness as a 16-year-old kid at Everton, scoring that incredible stoppage-time winner against Arsenal. He grew up so fast, making his England debut before he was 18 and shining at Euro 2004.
One of the best strikers in the Premier Legaue history, Rooney’s impact at Old Trafford is everlasting.