Top Goal Scorers of the 2023-24 English Premier League

Posted By Kaptain Kush May 20, 2024

Firing Up the Pitch: 2023-2024 English Premier League (EPL) Boasted 1,246 Goals (3.28 per match) in 380 Matches!

The 2023–24 Premier League marked the 32nd season of the league and the 125th season of top-flight English football. Commencing on August 11, 2023, it concluded on May 19, 2024. Manchester City, defending champions, clinched their fourth consecutive title, becoming the first men’s team in English league history to achieve this feat.

This season introduced the third winter break, with all teams enjoying a two-week hiatus from competitions between January 2 and January 30, 2024. The summer transfer window spanned from June 14 to September 1, 2023, while the winter transfer window operated from January 1 to February 1, 2024.

An all-time record of 1,246 goals, averaging 3.28 per match, were scored, surpassing the previous record of 1,222 set in the 1992–93 season. Notably, this average was the highest in top-flight football since 1964–65. Additionally, for the first time since 1997–98, all three newly promoted teams—Luton Town, Burnley, and Sheffield United—were relegated, accumulating a combined total of 66 points. Conversely, Nottingham Forest broke the record for survival with the lowest points total (32), surpassing the previous record of 34 set by West Bromwich Albion in 2004–05.

Key Highlights:

  • Everton faced a points deduction of 10 for breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules (PSR), marking the largest deduction in Premier League history. The deduction was later reduced to six points following an appeal.
  • Tottenham Hotspur’s match against Liverpool saw a glaring error by the video assistant referee (VAR), resulting in a disallowed goal for Liverpool due to offside.
  • Sheffield United sacked their manager, Paul Heckingbottom, after a 5–0 defeat to Burnley. Chris Wilder replaced him.
  • The match between Bournemouth and Luton Town was abandoned due to Luton captain Tom Lockyer‘s cardiac arrest. Bournemouth staged a remarkable comeback in the replayed match, winning 4–3.
  • Nottingham Forest sacked their manager, Steve Cooper, appointing Nuno Espírito Santo as his replacement.
  • Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp announced his departure at the end of the season.
  • Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson resigned due to health reasons, replaced by Oliver Glasner.
  • Sheffield United and Nottingham Forest faced points deductions for PSR breaches.
  • Sheffield United became the first team relegated, followed by Burnley and Luton Town.
  • Brighton & Hove Albion terminated Roberto De Zerbi‘s contract.
  • Aston Villa secured a Champions League spot under Unai Emery, while Manchester United faced one of their worst seasons.
  • The introduction of a new stoppage time rule aimed to combat time-wasting and increase match drama, resulting in longer stoppage times and more yellow and red cards.

Twenty teams competed in the league, including three promoted teams: Burnley, Sheffield United, and Luton Town. These teams replaced relegated Leicester City, Leeds United, and Southampton. Notably, Luton Town’s promotion marked their first appearance in the Premier League, making them the first team promoted from non-League to the top flight during the Premier League era.

EPL Top Goal Scorers 2023/2024

1Erling HaalandManchester City27
2Cole PalmerChelsea22
3Alexander IsakNewcastle United21
4Ollie WatkinsAston Villa19
5Phil FodenManchester City19
6Dominic SolankeAFC Bournemouth19
7Mohamed SalahLiverpool18
8Son Heung-minTottenham Hotspur17
9Jean-Philippe MatetaCrystal Palace16
10Jarrod BowenWest Ham United16
11Bukayo SakaArsenal16
12Nicolas JacksonChelsea14
13Chris WoodNottingham Forest14
14Kai HavertzArsenal13
15Hwang Hee-chanWolverhampton Wanderers12
16Matheus CunhaWolverhampton Wanderers12
17Leandro TrossardArsenal12
18Darwin NúñezLiverpool11
19Julián ÁlvarezManchester City11
20RicharlisonTottenham Hotspur11
21Yoane WissaBrentford11
22Eberechi EzeCrystal Palace11
23Anthony GordonNewcastle United11
24Carlton MorrisLuton Town11
25Elijah AdebayoLuton Town10
26Rasmus HøjlundManchester United10
27Diogo JotaLiverpool10
28Michael OliseCrystal Palace10
29Leon BaileyAston Villa10
30Bruno FernandesManchester United10
31Bryan MbeumoBrentford9
32João PedroBrighton & Hove Albion9
33Rodrigo MunizFulham9
34Douglas LuizAston Villa9
35Callum WilsonNewcastle United9
36RodriManchester City8
37Luis DiazLiverpool8
38Antoine SemenyoBournemouth8
39Cody GakpoLiverpool8
40Callum Hudson-OdoiNottingham Forest8
41Martin ØdegaardArsenal8
42Mohammed KudusWest Ham United8
43Dejan KulusevskiTottenham Hotspur8
44Raheem SterlingChelsea8
45Scott McTominayManchester United7
46Abdoulaye DoucouréEverton7
47Marcus RashfordManchester United7
48Odsonne ÉdouardCrystal Palace7
49Dominic Calvert-LewinEverton7
50Alejandro GarnachoManchester United7
51Bruno GuimarãesNewcastle United7
52Tomás SoucekWest Ham United7
53Justin KluivertAFC Bournemouth7
54Declan RiceArsenal7
55Raúl JiménezFulham7
56James Ward-ProwseWest Ham United7

As Monday, May 20th, 2024, unfolds, anticipation swells, and hearts race, capturing the spirit of this momentous tournament. The top goal scorers’ chart, a canvas of dreams and aspirations, takes shape, setting the stage for beautiful showdowns.

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