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    Haaland’s Peaceful Realm is Disrupted by Harry Kane’s Intrusion

    English international star Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur striker, continues to pursue Norwegian star Erling Haaland, Manchester City and English Premier League top scorer.

    Harry Kane scored for his team against hosts Southampton 3-3 in a match that brought them together tonight, Saturday, as part of the 28th round of the Premier League.

    The English star extended his tally to 21, cementing his position as the league’s second-best scorer by closing the gap to 7 goals between him and Erling Haaland ahead of his Manchester City team’s match against his guest West Ham United. , as well as in the competitions of this round.

    Below is the ranking of the top scorers in the English Premier League based on the results of today’s Saturday matches of the twenty-eighth round of the league:

    1- Norwegian Erling Haaland (Manchester City) – 28 goals

    2- Englishman Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 21 goals.

    3. Evan Tonier (England) (Brentford) – 16 goals.

    4- Englishman Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – 14 goals

    5- Brazilian Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) – 11 goals.

    6- Paraguayan Miguel Almiron (Newcastle United) – 11 goals

    6- Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) – 11 goals

    6- Spaniard Rodrigo (Leeds United) – 11 goals

    6- Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 11 goals

    10- Englishman Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) – 10 goals

    10 – Norwegian Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) – 10 goals

    12- Englishman Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) – 9 goals.

    12. Phil Foden (England) (Manchester City) – 9 goals.

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

    12. Ollie Watkins (England) (“Aston Villa”) – 9 goals.

    16 – Brazilian Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 8 goals

    16- Englishman Danny Ings (Aston Villa) – 8 goals

    16- Uruguayan Darwin Nunez (Liverpool) – 8 goals

    16- Belgian Leandro Trossart (Brighton) – 8 goals

    20- German Kai Havertz (Chelsea) – 7 goals

    20th Welshman Bernan Johnson (Nottingham Forest) – 7 goals

    20th Argentinean Alexis McAlister (Brighton) – 7 goals

    20 – Englishman Solomon Marsh (Brighton) – 7 goals

    20th Englishman James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) – 7 goals

    20- English Calium Wilson (Newcastle United) – 7 goals

    26 Dane Philip Billing (Bournemouth) – 6 goals

    26- Herman Pascal Gross (Brighton) – 6 goals

    26- Swedish Alexander Isak (Newcastle United) – 6 goals

    26th Japanese Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton) – 6 goals

    26- South Korean Heung Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) – 6 goals

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

    32 – Scot Chi Adams (Southampton) – 5 goals

    32- Argentine Julian Alvarez (Manchester City) – 5 goals

    32- Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham) – 5 goals

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

    32- Argentinean Emiliano Buendia (Aston Villa) – 5 goals

    32- Portuguese Daniel Bodensi (Wolverhampton) – 5 goals

    32- Portuguese Ruben Neves (Wolverhampton) – 5 goals

    32- Brazilian Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) – 5 goals

    32- Matthias Jansen (Denmark) (“Brentford”) – 5 goals.

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

    32 Cameroonian Brian Mbeumo (Brentford) – 5 goals

    32- Congolese Yuan Vessa (Brentford) – 5 goals

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

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

    44- Algerian Said Bin Rahma (West Ham United) – 4 goals

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

    44- Zambian Patson Dhaka (Leicester City) – 4 goals

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

    44- Jamaican Bobby Reid (Fulham) – 4 goals

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

    44- Dutch Cody Jacobo (Liverpool) – 4 goals

    44- Englishman Demara Gray (Everton) – 4 goals

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

    44 – Welsh Kiefer Moore (Bournemouth) – 4 goals

    44 – Portuguese Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) – 4 goals

    44- Edward Nikita (England) (Arsenal) – 4 goals.

    44- England’s Jadon Sancho (Manchester United) – 4 goals

    44- Israeli Solomon Manor (Fulham) – 4 goals

    44- Englishman Raheem Sterling (Chelsea) – 4 goals

    44- Dutchman Cresensio Summerville (Leeds United) – 4 goals.

    source: premier league

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