Top 10 Players With Best Goal Per Game Ratio In Premier League History

Top 10 Players With Best Goal Per Game Ratio In Premier League History
Top 10 Players With Best Goal Per Game Ratio In Premier League History

Here are the top 10 players with best goal per game ratio in Premier League history

Which player has the best Goal Per Game ratio in the Premier League history? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their all time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 players with best goal per game ratio in Premier League history.

Best Goal Per Game Ratio (GPG)

  1. Thierry Henry – 175 games 0.68 GPG
  2. Sergio Aguero – 184 games 0.67 GPG
  3. Harry Kane – 178 games 0.64 GPG
  4. Mohamed Salah – 119 games 0.63 GPG
  5. Van Nistelrooy – 95 games 0.63 GPG
  6. Luis Suarez – 69 games 0.63 GPG
  7. Alan Shearer – 260 games 0.59 GPG
  8. Diego Costa – 52 games 0.58 GPG
  9. Ian Wright – 113 games 0.53 GPG
  10. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang – 68 games 0.53 GPG

There is no doubt Thierry Henry is one of the most prolific strikers of all time. Arsenal fans will never forget the legacy he left at Emirates after his retirement.

On the other side, Sergio Aguero has the second best GPG ratio in the Premier League history. He is the fourth highest goalscorer in the PL history, not to mention highest goalscorer for Manchester City.

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Let us tell you that the the Argentine was recently included in the ‘Premier League Hall Of Fame’ along with his teammate Vincent Kompany.

“Since I was nine or 10 years old, I wanted to play in the Premier League,” Aguero said. “I think it is the best league in the world, where the football is fast and beautiful and the atmosphere is always incredible.

“Entering the Hall of Fame makes me happy for myself and for my family. My son can say that is something his father has achieved.

“I just loved playing football here with Manchester City and the memories of winning the Premier League five times, including the most important goal of my career to win that first one.

“I miss my team-mates and the fans a lot still now.”