Premier League Top scorers - England 2020/2021

The winning top scorer in Premier League (EPL), England during the season 2020/2021 was Harry Kane with 23 goals scored. Below you find the list of the highest goal scorers during the season.

This league has a break between two seasons right now. The next season is planned to start on 17 August 2024.

EPL best goal scorers 2020/2021

Season:
# Player Team Age Nationality % team's goals Goals
1. Harry Kane Tottenham 27 England 33.8%
23
2. Mohamed Salah Liverpool 28 Egypt 32.4%
22
3. Bruno Fernandes Manchester United 26 Portugal 24.7%
18
4. Patrick Bamford Leeds 27 England 27.4%
17
  Son Heung-Min Tottenham 28 South Korea 25.0%
17
6. Dominic Calvert-Lewin Everton 24 England 34.0%
16
7. Jamie Vardy Leicester 34 England 22.1%
15
8. Ollie Watkins Aston Villa 25 England 25.5%
14
9. Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal 29 France 23.6%
13
  Ilkay Gündogan Manchester City 30 Germany 15.7%
13
11. Callum Wilson Newcastle 29 England 26.1%
12
  Chris Wood Burnley 29 New Zealand 36.4%
12
  Danny Ings Southampton 28 England 25.5%
12
  Kelechi Iheanacho Leicester 24 Nigeria 17.6%
12
15. Gareth Bale Tottenham 31 Wales 16.2%
11
  Marcus Rashford Manchester United 23 England 15.1%
11
  Matheus Pereira West Bromwich 25 Brazil 31.4%
11
  Sadio Mané Liverpool 29 Senegal 16.2%
11
  Wilfried Zaha Crystal Palace 28 Ivory Coast 26.8%
11
20. Christian Benteke Crystal Palace 30 Belgium 24.4%
10
  Edinson Cavani Manchester United 34 Uruguay 13.7%
10
  Michail Antonio West Ham 31 England 16.1%
10
  Nicolas Pepe Arsenal 25 Ivory Coast 18.2%
10
  Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 31 Gabon 18.2%
10
  Raheem Sterling Manchester City 26 England 12.0%
10
The age of the players is when the season ended at 23 May 2021

12 September 2020 was the starting date for the Premier League season 2020/2021, and the final games were played 23 May 2021. More information and the winning top scorers in Premier League between the seasons 1989/1990-2023/2024 here.

Scored hat-tricks in Premier League, season 2020/2021

In total there were 12 scored hat-tricks during the season 2020/2021 in Premier League, England. All players scoring these hat-tricks (or more than 3 goals), and the matches they scored it in, are listed here.

Player, Team Match Goals
Ferran Torres
Manchester City
Newcastle - Manchester City 3-4
Fri 14 may 2021
3
42', 64', 66'
Gareth Bale
Tottenham
Tottenham - Sheffield United 4-0
Sun 2 may 2021
3
36', 61', 69'
Chris Wood
Burnley
Wolverhampton - Burnley 0-4
Sun 25 april 2021
3
15', 21', 44'
Kelechi Iheanacho
Leicester
Leicester - Sheffield United 5-0
Sun 14 march 2021
3
39', 69', 78'
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Arsenal
Arsenal - Leeds 4-2
Sun 14 february 2021
3
13', 41', 47'
Riyad Mahrez
Manchester City
Manchester City - Burnley 5-0
Sat 28 november 2020
3
6', 22', 69'
Patrick Bamford
Leeds
Aston Villa - Leeds 0-3
Fri 23 october 2020
3
55', 67', 74'
Ollie Watkins
Aston Villa
Aston Villa - Liverpool 7-2
Sun 4 october 2020
3
4', 22', 39'
Jamie Vardy
Leicester
Manchester City - Leicester 2-5
Sun 27 september 2020
3
37', 54', 58'
Son Heung-Min
Tottenham
Southampton - Tottenham 2-5
Sun 20 september 2020
4
45', 47', 64', 73'
Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Everton
Everton - West Bromwich 5-2
Sat 19 september 2020
3
31', 62', 66'
Mohamed Salah
Liverpool
Liverpool - Leeds 4-3
Sat 12 september 2020
3
4', 33', 88'

League table Premier League 2020/2021

# Team Matches WinsW DrawsD LossesL Goals Points
1. Manchester City 38 27 5 6 83-32 86
2. Manchester United 38 21 11 6 73-44 74
3. Liverpool 38 20 9 9 68-42 69
4. Chelsea 38 19 10 9 58-36 67
5. Leicester 38 20 6 12 68-50 66
6. West Ham 38 19 8 11 62-47 65
7. Tottenham 38 18 8 12 68-45 62
8. Arsenal 38 18 7 13 55-39 61
9. Leeds 38 18 5 15 62-54 59
10. Everton 38 17 8 13 47-48 59
11. Aston Villa 38 16 7 15 55-46 55
12. Newcastle 38 12 9 17 46-62 45
13. Wolverhampton 38 12 9 17 36-52 45
14. Crystal Palace 38 12 8 18 41-66 44
15. Southampton 38 12 7 19 47-68 43
16. Brighton 38 9 14 15 40-46 41
17. Burnley 38 10 9 19 33-55 39
18. Fulham 38 5 13 20 27-53 28
19. West Bromwich 38 5 11 22 35-76 26
20. Sheffield United 38 7 2 29 20-63 23