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Golden Boot winners | Every top goalscorer in EPL history

The race for the Premier League golden boot 2020 is well underway with a host of world class strikers, wingers and attackers vying to be top of the Premier League goalscoring charts. There have been 28 full Premier League seasons but several more Golden Boot winners with the prestigious award being shared no less than four times, with three of them a three-way tie for the top. So here is the full list of Premier League Golden Boot winners in history.

 

List of Golden Boot winners

 

1992/93 – Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur)

22 goals in 41 games (0.54 Goals Per Game)

 

1993/94 – Andy Cole (Newcastle United)

34 goals in 40 games (0.85 GPG)

 

1994/95 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers)

34 goals in 42 games (0.81 GPG)

 

1995/96 – Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers)

31 goals in 35 games (0.89 GPG)

 

1996/97 – Alan Shearer (Newcastle United)

25 goals in 31 games (0.81 GPG)

 

1997/98 – Chris Sutton (Blackburn Rovers), Dion Dublin (Coventry City), Michael Owen (Liverpool)

18 goals in 35 games (Sutton – 0.51 GPG) and 36 games (Dublin and Owen – 0.50 GPG)

 

1998/99 – Michael Owen (Liverpool), Dwight Yorke (Trinidad & Tobago), Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Leeds United)

18 goals in 30 games (Owen – 0.60 GPG), 33 games (Yorke – 0.55 GPG) and 36 games (Hasselbaink – 0.50 GPG)

 

1999/20 – Kevin Phillips (Sunderland)

30 goals in 36 games (0.83 GPG)

 

2000/01 – Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Chelsea)

23 goals in 35 games (0.66 GPG)

 

2001/02 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

24 goals in 33 games (0/73 GPG)

 

2002/03 – Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United)

25 goals in 34 games (0.74 GPG)

 

2003/04 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

30 goals in 37 games (0.81 GPG)

 

2004/05 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

25 goals in 32 games (0.78 GPG)

 

2005/06 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

27 goals in 32 games (0.84 GPG)

 

2006/07 – Didier Drogba (Chelsea)

20 goals in 36 games (0.56 GPG)

 

2007/08 – Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)

31 goals in 34 games (0.91 GPG)

 

2008/09 – Nicolas Anelka (Chelsea)

19 goals in 36 games (0.53 GPG)

 

2009/10 – Didier Drogba (Chelsea)

29 goals in 32 games (0.91 GPG)

 

2010/11 – Carlos Tevez (Manchester City), Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United)

20 goals in 31 games (Tevez – 0.65 GPG) and 32 games (Berbatov – 0.63 GPG)

 

2011/12 – Robin van Persie (Arsenal)

30 goals in 38 games (0.79 GPG)

 

2012/13 – Robin van Persie (Manchester United)

26 goals in 38 games (0.68 GPG)

 

2013/14 – Luis Suarez (Liverpool)

31 goals in 33 games (0.94 GPG)

 

2014/15 – Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

26 goals in 33 games (0.79 GPG)

 

2015/16 – Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

25 goals in 28 games (0.65 GPG)

 

2016/17 – Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

29 goals in 30 games (0.97 GPG)

 

2017/18 – Mo Salah (Liverpool)

32 goals in 36 games (0.89 GPG)

 

2018/19 – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal), Sadio Mane (Liverpool), Mo Salah (Liverpool)

22 goals in 36 games (Aubameyang and Mane – 0.61 GPG) and 38 games (Salah – 0.58 GPG)

 

2019/20 – Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)

23 goals in 35 games (0.65 GPG)

 

Facts and figures

 

Most wins – Thierry Henry (4 times)

Longest streak  – 3 seasons (Alan Shearer 1994 – 97 & Thierry Henry 2003-06)

Golden Boot winners by club – 12 different clubs have produced Golden Boot winners, Arsenal and Liverpool are leading the way with six wins each.

Golden Boot winners by nationality – 12 different nationalities have won the Premier League Golden Boot. England have produced the most with nine different players winning 13 combined awards.

Top 3 winners by Goals Per Game – 1st. Harry Kane (2016/17 – 0.97), 2nd. Luis Suarez (2013/14 – 0.94), 3rd . Cristiano Ronaldo 2007/08 – 0.91)

Oldest winner – Jamie Vardy (33 years old)

 

So there you have it, every Premier League Golden Boot winner in history. Who will add their name to the prestigious list in the 2020/21 season by landing the Premier League Golden Boot 2020 award?

 


 

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