Jamie Vardy’s All Time Premier League Records

Jamie Vardy
Jamie Vardy

Here are Jamie Vardy’s all-time stats in the Premier League

What comes into your mind at first the instant you hear the name of Jamie Vardy? It’s probably his goal against West Bromwich Albion when he made a move inside his own half and finished it with a solo goal.

He is undoubtedly one of the best strikers of all time. This article will tell you about Jamie Vardy’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

All-Time Stats

Attack

  • Goals – 130
  • Goals per match – 0.49
  • Headed goals – 15
  • Goals with right foot – 83
  • Goals with left foot – 32
  • Penalties scored – 26
  • Freekicks scored – 0
  • Shots – 584
  • Shots on target – 280
  • Shooting accuracy – 48%
  • Hit wood work – 19
  • Big chances missed – 104

Team Play

  • Assists – 40
  • Passes – 3,590
  • Passes per match – 13.40
  • Big Chances Created – 60
  • Crosses – 288

Discipline

  • Yellow cards – 23
  • Red cards – 3
  • Fouls – 214
  • Offsides – 246

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Defence

  • Tackles – 144
  • Blocked shots – 103
  • Interceptions – 64
  • Clearances – 134
  • Headed Clearance – 92

Individual

  • Appearances – 268
  • Goals – 130
  • Assists – 40
  • Wins – 112
  • Loses – 95

In a matter of fact, Leicester City fans will never forget Jamie Vardy’s era. He is inarguably one of the greatest Leicester players ever (highest goalscorer for the club). Let us tell you that he has scored 127 goals for the club till now.

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Do you know Jamie Vardy has played with Harry Kane before? Kane used to play for Leicester City before joining Tottenham Hotspur.

Overall Club Stat

  • Appearances – 409
  • Goals – 190
  • Assists – 79
  • Minutes per goal – 168

UEFA Champions League

  • Appearances – 9
  • Goals – 2
  • Assists – 1
  • Minutes per goal – 386

National Team

  • Appearances – 26
  • Goals – 7
  • Assists – 2
  • Minutes Played – 1323

Mohamed Salah has scored most goal (23 goals) in the Premier League this season. Son is the second highest goalscorer with 20 goals to his name and on the third we have Cristiano Ronaldo with 18 goals.

Vardy still hasn’t got as many chances as he wanted to play for England’s national team. Gareth Southgate is still not impressed with Vardy’s style of play and prioritize Kane over him in every way possible.