The conflict erupted early between the players for the title of top scorer in the English Premier League, knowing that there is a fierce frankness between Halland and Mohamed Salah, and it is noted that the Premier League for its new version for 2022 -2023 started last Friday, August 5, 2022, and as expected The new release is on a high degree of excitement after the big teams strengthened their ranks and prepared greatly for the championship battles, and yesterday the first of the second round competitions has started with several matches including Manchester City v Bournemouth, Arsenal v Leicester City and Brentford v Manchester United, so let us Today via our Egypt Mix website we discuss who is the best 2023 English Premier League goalscorer?
Who is the top scorer in the English Premier League 2023?
In the first round of the English Premier League, 10 matches were played, in which the players scored 28 goals, at the rate of 2.8 goals per game, in addition to the presence of 8 teams that won the first round and 3 games ended in It is the Manchester City striker, who is the first to be the top scorer in the English Premier League and Golden Boot, after his first games in the Premier League for the current season, after scoring two goals, so there is currently a beginning of conflict between him and Mohamed Salah.
English Premier League top scorers
The popularity of the English Premier League has increased in our Arab world in recent years and has become the most followed by football fans and the main reason for participation is the presence of a number of Arab players, especially the star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star and current Manchester City star, because he was Leicester City’s miracle many years ago, and with the start of the English Premier League, competition and the fight for the top scorer in the league have risen, and up to you English Premier League top scorers:
- Rodrygo (Leeds) 3 goals Pascal Gross (Brighton): 2 goals Erling Haaland (Manchester City): 2 Jesus (Arsenal): 2 Alskander Mitrovic (Fulham): 2 Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): Darwin Nunez (Liverpool): one goal Thimo Kastani (Leicester City: goal from Daniel Bodens (Wolverhampton): goal from Josh da Silva (Brentford): goal