England’s Harry Kane, the Tottenham Hotspur striker, snatched the top scorer in the English Premier League football league, from Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool striker, after the 30th round of the Premier League matches ended.
Harry Kane scored twice for Tottenham against host team Newcastle United (2-2) in their Sunday match, in the 30th round of the league.
Harry Kane raised his score to 19 goals, and topped the “Premier League” scorers’ ranking, to respond to his runner-up star Mohamed Salah (18 goals), who scored the third goal for the “Reds” in his match against Arsenal (3-0), yesterday, Saturday, At the “Emirates” stadium in the capital, London.
The 27-year-old English star achieved several distinguished records by scoring this double, according to statistics reported by the global “Opta” network.
Harry Kane has reached his 162th goal in the Premier League and is ranked eighth in the historical scorers’ list for the local championship, equal to Jermain Defoe.
Kane added “St. James Park”, a stronghold of Newcastle, to the list of stadiums in which he scored 5 goals or more in the “Premier League” competitions, and the Tottenham striker became the first player to achieve this in 5 different stadiums in the history of the competition, after scoring at least 5 goals in the following stadiums, “King Power” is the home of Leicester City, “Willhurst Park” is the stadium for Crystal Palace, and “Goodison Park” is the stadium of the Everton team, in addition to the “St. Mary” stadium, the stronghold of Southampton. ”
Kane also raised his score to 84 goals during 120 games he played away from home in his Premier League career, to become the player with the most goals scored outside the home of his team in the history of the “Premier League”.
The following is a list of the Premier League’s top scorers:
1- English Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur striker) – (19 goals)
2- The Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool striker) – (18 goals)
3- Portuguese Bruno Fernandez (Manchester United midfielder) – (16 goals)
4- England’s Patrick Bamford (Leeds United striker) – (13 goals)
– England’s Dominic Calvert (Everton midfield) – (13 goals)
6- South Korean Heung-min Son (Tottenham striker) – (13 goals)
7- German Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City midfielder) – (12 goals)
Jimmy Vardy (Leicester City striker) – (12 goals)
9- English Ole Watkins (Aston Villa striker) – (11 goals)
French Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal striker) – (11 goals)
11- England’s Marcus Rashford (Manchester United striker) – (10 goals)
– English Kalium Wilson (Newcastle United striker) – (10 goals)
13- Algerian Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City striker player) – (9 goals)
English Harvey Barnes (Leicester City midfielder) – (9 goals)
Tomas Soucic (Czech Republic midfielder) – (9 goals)
– English Raheem Sterling (Manchester City striker) – (9 goals)
– Ivorian Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace striker) – (9 goals)
Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal striker) – (9 goals)
Danny Ings (Southampton striker) – (9 goals)