Top 10 Highest Scoring Strikers 2022/2023

Top 10 Highest Scoring Strikers 2022/2023

With the 2022/2023 season a distant memory, this is the perfect time to examine some of the stats around the best performing players to give us an insight around who to pick next time around. Below I’ve examined the top 10 highest point scoring strikers.

1. Haaland (Man City) – 431 points
2. Rashford (Man Utd) – 301 points
3. Kane (Spurs) – 289 points
4. Salah (Liverpool) – 275 points
5. Toney (Brentford) – 184 points
6. Martinelli (Arsenal) – 179 points
7. Watkins (Aston Villa) – 162 points
8. Alvarez (Man City) – 159 points
9. Wilson (Newcastle) – 158 points
10. Son (Spurs) – 158 points

As always, this list is dominated by players from the top clubs. However, there are a few interesting takeaways from the top 10. Haaland could be essential given his massive point total compared to everyone else. Rashford was significantly cheaper than Salah and Kane but outscored them both. Toney, Watkins and Wilson didn’t have European football but still made the top 10, however, they were still over 100 points behind Salah. On that note, the gap between Salah and Toney does make me question whether it’s vital to go for the top strikers who are going to get close to 300 points. I’d be very surprised if the top three next season aren’t Haaland, Kane and Salah but it’s going to be difficult again to accommodate all three of them in one team.


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4 thoughts on “Top 10 Highest Scoring Strikers 2022/2023

  1. DTT, do you think Mane and Sterling need to be classified as strikers as Sky Sports game did last season? It would prevent teams from looking similar.

    1. I’d personally say they are strikers and it would mix things up a lot so I’d be fully behind that move

  2. Anyone know much about Mbeumo of Brentford? Midfielder with a lot of goals and assists if he can carry over that kind of form to the prem he could be a great enabler at only 1.5m?

    1. I must admit I’ve never heard of him but I don’t tend to look at any players outside of the top 6-7 teams.

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