Here are some of the football clubs who have had no trouble finding the back of their opponent’s net in the 2023/24 season so far.
Since the inception of the Premier League in 1992, it has been known for its thrilling matches, iconic moments, world class football and boundless excitement for fans in this country and across the globe. The 2023/24 campaign has been no different, and there have been a number of clubs so far this season who have found the back of their opponent’s net on a regular basis.
Goals don’t just win games; they also help with your goal difference, which may come in handy when trying to win the Premier League title, to qualify for Europe, or to avoid relegation down to the Championship.
On an individual basis, Alan Shearer is, of course, the current leading scorer in the history of the Premier League with 260, closely followed by Harry Kane with 213 and Wayne Rooney with 208 goals.
As for clubs, it is Manchester United who have scored the most goals of any team in the top flight since 1992, with no less than 2,259 as of the time of writing. The Red Devils are followed by Arsenal with 2,132.
Here, with 13 games played, we are going to take a look at the five clubs with the most goals scored so far in the 2023/24 Premier League season, starting with Tottenham Hotspur.
5: Tottenham Hotspur (25 Goals)
Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham side had an excellent start to the season, and for a time, they were sat at the summit of the top-flight table. They are in fifth place, but they are still only 2 points away from the top four, and only four points separate them from leaders and North London rivals Arsenal.
In their 13 matches so far, Spurs have scored 25 goals. Some of their wins this season include a 5 – 2 victory against Burnley at Turf Moor in September. On the all-time scoring list, the Lilywhites sit in fifth with 1,840 goals to their name to date.
4: Arsenal (27 Goals)
Next up on this list is another North London club, this time in the form of an Arsenal side led by Head Coach Mikel Arteta. The Gunners were in the race for the title last term, but they narrowly missed out to Manchester City in the end. They do not intend to miss out this time, and they currently have 27 goals, which helped them accumulate enough points to sit in first place as of the time of writing.
In terms of the all-time goal scoring table, Arsenal sits in second place with no less than 2,132 goals in the league since 1992.
3: Liverpool & Brighton & Hove Albion (28 Goals)
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are one of the clubs in the race for the Premier League title, with the Anfield club currently sitting in 3rd place with 28 points from their opening 13 matches of the season.
With the likes of Darwin Nunez, Cody Gakpo, Luis Diaz, and Mohamed Salah in their squad, it is no surprise that the Reds have scored plenty of goals on a regular basis this term with 28. This puts them fifth in these rankings, and if they continue to score at the rate that they are, Liverpool are sure to remain in the hunt for the title for long time yet.
On the all-time list, Liverpool Football Club sits in 3rd place with 2,124 goals.
Moving on to Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton & Hove Albion, they have been clinical this term with 28 goals, and they are currently 8th in the table. The Seagulls are only 2 points adrift of 6th place and 6 points behind the top four.
On the all-time goal scoring list, Brighton currently sit 35th with 290 goals – bear in mind that their first season in the Premier League was in the 2016/17 season.
2: Newcastle United & Aston Villa (31 Goals)
Just missing out on top spot in this list are Newcastle United and Aston Villa, who both currently have 31 goals from their 13 matches. Starting with Unai Emery’s Villa, they are currently flying high in the Premier League and are sat in fourth place with 28 points after their 2 – 1 victory against Spurs.
Their fine form in front of goal has seen the Villans beat Everton 4 – 0, Brighton & Hove Albion 6 – 1 and David Moyes’ West Ham United 4 – 1 at Villa Park.
In the all-time goal-scoring chart, Aston Villa sit in ninth place, with no less than 1,347 goals to their name as of the time of writing.
Moving on to Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United, they are currently balancing domestic football with their participation in the UEFA Champions League this season. The Magpies’ 31 goals have helped them climb to 7th in the table with only 5 points separating them and fourth place. The gap between themselves and Manchester United in 6th place is just one point.
On the all-time goal scoring list, Newcastle United currently sits in 8th place with a total of 1,476 goals.
1: Manchester City (33 Goals)
We now move on to the team in top spot on this list – reigning Premier League Champions Manchester City. They are sat second in the top flight at the moment with 29 points – this leaves them just one adrift of leaders Arsenal in what are still the early stages of the 2023/24 season.
The Cityzens are aiming to win a record breaking and truly historic fourth Premier League title in a row, and they are currently the club who lead the way in the goal scoring charts with 33. This is, though, only 2 more than Newcastle United and Aston Villa in joint second place.
As for the all-time goal scoring list, Manchester City are currently sat in 6th place with 1,785 points and are only behind Tottenham, Chelsea (2,033), Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United (2,259).
These clubs have all been great in front of goal, and this is a significant reason as to why all of them are flying high in the Premier League table at the moment. There are, however, honourable mentions for West Ham United (23), Chelsea (22) and Wolverhampton Wanderers (18).
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