Let's look back at the incredible decade of Premier League football and see who the best strikers are!
Sadio Mané- 75 goals
Mané made his Premier League debut with Southampton in the 2014/15 season. He scored 21 league goals in his two seasons with St. Mary's.
Mané, on the other hand, has taken it to a new level since joining Liverpool for £ 34 million and scoring 54 Premier League goals while sharing the Golden Boot last season.
Raheem Sterling- 75 goals
He has 75 goals in the league as well. Eighteen of them landed in Liverpool before his £49 million move to Manchester City. In four and a half seasons with City, he has scored 56 goals.
Olivier Giroud- 78 goals
In six seasons at Arsenal, the Frenchman scored 73 league goals, but in two and a half years with Chelsea, he has only managed to score five.
Eden Hazard- 85 goals
Giroud, a former Chelsea teammate, scored 85 goals during his time with the club. The Belgian arrived from Lille for $ 32 million in the summer of 2012 and spent seven years in west London before joining Real Madrid this summer.
Jamie Vardy- 96 goals
Vardy began the decade by playing minor league football (Non-League). If he scores four more Premier League goals, he will reach 100.
He scored 24 goals for title-winning Leicester City in the 2015/16 season, including 11 consecutive goals. He has 16 goals and 16 assists in 17 games this season.
Robin van Persie- 98 goals
Van Persie has 98 goals between Arsenal and Manchester United despite leaving England following the 2014/15 season.
Van Persie scored 50 goals for Arsenal this decade before moving to Old Trafford, where he added 48 points to help United win the Premier League title in 2012/13.
Romelu Lukaku- 113 goals
Lukaku scored 17 goals for West Bromwich Albion while on loan from Chelsea. Everton then scored 68 goals before United scored another 28.
Lukaku was unable to win a single trophy during his tenure in England, despite his numerous goals.
Wayne Rooney- 114 goals
In this decade, Rooney has only one Premier League goal more than Lukaku. The great forward has 104 goals for United, with the 2011/12 season being his most productive, with 27 goals. After returning to Everton in 2017/18, he scored 10 more goals.
Harry Kane- 134 goals
Kane's breakthrough season came in 2014/15 when he scored 21 league goals. He scored 25, 29, and 30 goals over the next three seasons until scoring only 17 in the 2018-19 season.
Sergio Agüero- 173 goals
Agüero won the Premier League after arriving for £ 35 million from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011.
Agüero scored 23 goals in his rookie season, a total he surpassed in the 2014/15 season, when he scored 26 goals and won the Premier League Golden Boot. He has only failed to score 20 goals twice in his eight seasons in the league, in 2012/13 and 2013/14.