Ranking every Premier League club's best striker by their goal-to-game ratio (10th-1st)

Sergio Aguero is the Premier League's highest foreign goal scorer

10. Burnley - Chris Wood

Games - 97

Goals - 32

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.32

A very underrated striker. Burnley's Kiwi goal-getter is finding the back of the net every three games in the Premier League. Well played, Chris.

9. Liverpool - Roberto Firmino

Games - 167

Goals - 56

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.33

A goal every three games is good going, especially when Firmino's main task is to glue Liverpool's forward line together and enhance Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah's goal-scoring potential.

Firmino in action

8. Bournemouth - Callum Wilson

Games - 120

Goals - 41

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.34

The Cherries front man has certainly enjoyed his time in the Premier League. However, he's only managed eight goals in 29 games this season.

7. Southampton - Danny Ings

Games - 103

Goals - 37

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.35

Had Ings endured a sub-par season in 2019/20, he'd probably be close to the bottom five. But 16 goals in just 30 games this campaign put him within touching distance of the top five!

6. Norwich - Teemu Pukki

Games - 29

Goals - 11

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.37

It's been a nightmare return to the Premier League for the Canaries as a whole, put Pukki has at least proven he can score at the very highest level. He won't be playing Championship football next season, that's for certain.

5. Wolves - Raul Jimenez

Games - 68

Goals - 27

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.39

It's fair to say the Mexican is one of the best strikers in the world right now and his Premier League stats back that up. So far in 2019/20, he's scored 14 goals in 30 games.

Jimenez in action

4. Leicester - Jamie Vardy

Games - 203

Goals - 99

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.48

It's easy to forget just how prolific Vardy has been in the Premier League. A goal every two games? That's right up there with the very best.

3. Arsenal - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Games - 77

Goals - 49

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.63

What a signing Aubameyang has been for Arsenal. He's even had to contend with being deployed out on the left during his time in London, but that hasn't harmed his ratio one bit.

2. Tottenham - Harry Kane

Games - 202

Goals - 136

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.67

If Kane can keep up his current scoring rate at Tottenham, he'll better Alan Shearer's record of 260 goals. The guy was born to find the back of the net.

1. Manchester City - Sergio Aguero

Games - 262

Goals - 180

Goal-to-game ratio - 0.68

King Sergio steals it by a nose. City's greatest ever player and the Premier League's leading foreign goal scorer - need we say anymore?

Aguero in action

It could not have been any closer between the top two, with just 0.01 separating them!

However, will Kane be able to keep pace with his Argentine rival in the ratio race under Jose Mourinho? Only time will tell.

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