How many points the Premier League’s top 10 scorers have won their clubs

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Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea have some of the top goalscorers in the Premier League – but which have been the most valuable to their clubs?

Mo Salah currently tops the goalscoring charts after his four-goal haul took him ahead of Harry Kane in the race for the Golden Boot.

We’ve taken a look at which player’s goals have earned their side the most points from the current top 10 scorers in the Premier League.

10. Roberto Firmino – 14 goals – 4 points

% of Liverpool goals: 19.2%

% of Liverpool points: 6.3%

9. Eden Hazard – 11 goals – 5 points

% of Chelsea goals: 21.2%

% of Chelsea points: 8.9%

8. Jamie Vardy – 14 goals – 5 points

% of Leicester goals: 31.1%

% of Leicester points: 12.5%

7. Son Heung-min – 12 goals – 6 points

% of Tottenham goals: 20.3%

% of Tottenham points: 9.8%

6. Sergio Aguero – 21 goals – 7 points

% of Man City’s goals: 24.7%

% of Man City’s points: 8.6%

5. Glenn Murray – 11 goals – 7 points

% of Brighton goals: 39.3%

% of Brighton points: 20.6%

4. Raheem Sterling – 15 goals – 9 points

% of Man City goals: 17.6%

% of Man City points: 11.1%

3. Romelu Lukaku – 14 goals – 10 points

% of Man Utd goals: 29.3%

% of Man Utd points: 15.4%

2. Mo Salah – 28 goals – 13 points

% of Liverpool goals: 38.4%

% of Liverpool points: 20.6%

1. Harry Kane – 24 goals – 14 points

% of Tottenham goals: 40.7%

% of Tottenham points: 23%


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