Rashford ignites fight for top scorer in shadow of Kane and fasting Haaland

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has continued his rise through the ranks of top scorers in the Premier League this season.

The brilliant Rushford led the Red Devils to a 3-0 victory over guest Leicester City in a matchup on Sunday night in Matchday 24 of the Premier League, scoring him two goals. at the Old Trafford stadium.

The English striker increased his tally to 14 goals and moved up to third in the league’s top scorers, closing the gap to three goals between him and his compatriot Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur striker, while Norwegian star Erling Haaland, Manchester City striker , sits on the throne of the leader, With 26 goals, despite the fact that he does not score on this tour.

Egypt star Mohamed Salah, Liverpool’s winger, also failed to score against rivals Newcastle United, so this season he has stalled at just 8 goals and is tied for tenth with a group of players.

Below is the ranking of the top scorers in the English Premier League according to the results of the matches of the twenty-fourth round of the league:

1- Norwegian Erling Haaland (Manchester City) – 26 goals

2- Englishman Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 17 goals

3. Marcus Rashford (England) (Manchester United) – 14 goals.

3. Evan Tonier (England) (Brentford) – 14 goals.

5- Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) – 11 goals

6- Paraguayan Miguel Almiron (Newcastle United) – 10 goals

6- Spaniard Rodrigo (Leeds United) – 10 goals

8- Englishman James Madison (Leicester City) – 9 goals

8. Bukayo Saka (England) (Arsenal) – 9 goals.

10- Englishman Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) – 8 goals

10- Brazilian Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) – 8 goals

10- Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 8 goals

10- Belgian Leandro Trossart (Brighton) – 8 goals

10 – Norwegian Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) – 8 goals

15- Brazilian Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 7 goals

15. Phil Foden (England) (Manchester City) – 7 goals.

15. Ollie Watkins (England) (“Aston Villa”) – 7 goals.

15- English Kalium Wilson (Newcastle United) – 7 goals

19- Herman Pascal Gross (Brighton) – 6 goals

19- Englishman Danny Ings (Aston Villa) – 6 goals

19- Uruguayan Darwin Nunez (Liverpool) – 6 goals

19 – Englishman James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) – 6 goals

18- Ivorian Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) – 6 goals

24- Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham) – 5 goals

24 – Portuguese Bruno Fernandez (Manchester United) – 5 goals.

24- Portuguese Daniel Bodensi (Wolverhampton) – 5 goals

24- Portuguese Ruben Neves (Wolverhampton) – 5 goals

24- Brazilian Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) – 5 goals

24- German Kai Havertz (Chelsea) – 5 goals

24 Welsh Bernan Johnson (Nottingham Forest) – 5 goals

24 Argentinean Alexis McAlister (Brighton) – 5 goals

24- Algerian Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City) – 5 goals

24 – Englishman Solomon March (Brighton) – 5 goals

24 Cameroonian Brian Mbeumo (Brentford) – 5 goals

24th Japanese Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton) – 5 goals

24- South Korean Heung Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) – 5 goals

37- Scot Chi Adams (Southampton) – 4 goals

37- Argentine Julian Alvarez (Manchester City) – 4 goals

37- Nigerian Taiwo Onii (Nottingham Forest) – 4 goals

37- Jamaican Leon Bailey (Aston Villa) – 4 goals

37 Dane Philip Billing (Bournemouth) – 4 goals

37. Jarrod Bowen (England) (West Ham United) – 4 goals.

37- Belgian Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 4 goals

37- Jamaican Bobby Reid (Fulham) – 4 goals

37- Iberisi Eze (England) (“Crystal Palace”) – 4 goals.

37- Dane Pierre-Emil Hoberg (Tottenham Hotspur) – 4 goals

37 – Welsh Kiefer Moore (Bournemouth) – 4 goals

37- Edward Nikita (England) (Arsenal) – 4 goals

37- Englishman Raheem Sterling (Chelsea) – 4 goals

37- Dutchman Cresensio Summerville (Leeds United) – 4 goals

37- Congolese Yuan Vessa (Brentford) – 4 goals.

source: premier league

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