Over the years Premier League have had some really great strikers. Some of these strikers were more efficient than others and scored goals with greater ease. In this article, let us have a look at the players with best goals per minute ratio in the Premier League history.
Here are the top 10 players with best goals per minute ratio in the Premier League history, with minimum of 50 goals scored. [Stats till 31st March, 2020]
2. Harry Kane [125 Goals] [120.7 mins/goal]
World Cup Golden Boot winner of 2018, Harry Kane is among the best strikers in the world. He has been Tottenham’s best player for the past couple of seasons.
Kane was included in Premier League PFA Team of the Year for 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17 and 2017-18. He is Tottenham’s third-highest all-time goalscorer.
He has drawn attention of many big clubs. Spurs will be keen to hold on to their star striker. The Englishman is second in our list of players with best goals per minute ratio in the Premier League history.
1. Sergio Aguero [164 Goals] [107 mins/goal]
Aguero has the most goals for Manchester City in the Premier League history. The Argentine reached the 100-goal mark in just 129 starts, and 147 appearances in total, averaging more goals per minute than any of his 24 fellow century-makers across their careers.
Arguably the most dramatic moment in Premier League history came in the final minutes of the last game of the 2012 season, when Aguero’s remarkable injury-time winner against Queens Park Rangers clinched City’s first Premier League title.
Aguero shows no signs of slowing down just yet as he scored 16 goals in 22 apps this season. He also holds the joint-record for the most goals scored in a single Premier League match – five – and the fastest to do so, in 23 minutes and 34 seconds of match time.