A dozen players have reached double figures for goals in the Premier League this season – but whose strikes have been worth the most points to their respective teams?
Admittedly, if these goalscorers weren’t there, somebody else would pick up the slack, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they would pick their moments as well as this lot have.
We’ve taken a look at every player with 10 or more goals this season and calculated how many points those goals have been worth.
% of Manchester City goals: 14.7%
% of Manchester City points: 3.2%
% of Tottenham goals: 19.6%
% of Tottenham points: 8.8%
% of Manchester City goals: 20.6%
% of Manchester City points: 8.1%
% of Bournemouth goals: 27%
% of Bournemouth points: 15.2%
% of Liverpool goals: 19.6%
% of Liverpool points: 9.7%
% of Tottenham goals: 27.5%
% of Tottenham points: 10.5%
% of Everton goals: 27.8%
% of Everton points: 24.2%
% of Liverpool goals: 28.6%
% of Liverpool points: 14.5%
% of Brighton goals: 37%
% of Brighton points: 33.3%
% of Fulham goals: 40%
% of Fulham points: 64.7%
Happy Mitro Day. On transfer deadline day last year Fulham signed Aleksandar Mitrović on loan for the rest of the season. He's since made 46 appearances & scored 22 goals, propelling the club to the Premier League & becoming one of our finest signings #ffcpic.twitter.com/HJxKwwi7TA
— Fulham Focus (@Fulham_Focus) January 31, 2019
% of Chelsea goals: 26.6%
% of Chelsea points: 24%
% of Arsenal goals: 29.4%
% of Arsenal points: 29.8%
A few surprising names make the cut.
In what areas has he dropped off?
Nabil Fekir makes football look so, so easy.
Including an extremely satisfying half-volley.
Just the 25 red cards for Ramos at Real Madrid.
Ravel Morrison’s career has been, erm, interesting
One of Sheva’s finest moments.
Ramsey has produced some special moments.
The best goal you’ll see anywhere this weekend.