Man City's Sergio Aguero has recently become the top Goal Scorer at the club. We exam how the other Premier League clubs past and current players fare.

How do the rest of the Premier League clubs compare?


Thierry Henry is currently the top league goal scorer with 228 goals. In the current team, the highest goal scorer is Olivier Giroud with 70 league goals to his name. Giroud still has a long way to go to equal Henry's record.


Ron Eyre leads Bournemouth's all-time scorer's list with 229 goals. Marc Pugh leads the current roster in league goals with a current record of 45 goals.


Tommy Cook tops the goal scoring record for Brighton with 123 goals. Tomer Hemed is the best of the current team with 30 league goals to his name.


Burnley's all-time goalscorer list is led by George Beel who scored 187 goals. Sam Volkes has the highest tally of the current team with a total of 51 league goals.


Midfielder Frank Lampard tops Chelsea's list of goalscorers with a total of 211 goals. Eden Hazard has scored a total of 58 league goals, leading the scoring records in the current team.

Crystal Palace

Peter Simpson leads the scoring records for Palace with a total of 165 goals. Christian Benteke has managed 15 league goals. He is the highest league goal scorer in the current team.


Dixie Dean holds an impressive record of 383 goals for Everton. Kevin Mirallas leads the current team in league goals with a return of 29 league goals.


George Brown managed 159 goals for Huddersfield. Of the current team, Joe Lolley has the highest league goals with 8 in total.


Arthur Chandler posted a return of 273 goals.

Jamie Vardy has the highest vein of form in front of goal in the current team, with a return of 68 league goals.


Ian Rush managed 346 goals in two periods with the club. Currently, Daniel Sturridge has managed 48 league goals since 2013.

Manchester City

Sergio Aguero is now the top goal scorer for Man City, both on the current team and of all time.

Aguero has managed a sublime 178 league goals since his 2011 transfer to City.

Manchester Utd

Former Red Devil Wayne Rooney leads the scoring record for Manchester United with 253. Juan Mata has the most league goals of the current team with a return of 28 goals.


Alan Shearer leads Newcastle's all-time league goal scorers with a tally of 206 goals. Dwight Gayle has managed an impressive 23 for Newcastle since joining the club in 2016.


Mick Channon scored 228 in his two stints at the club. Shane Long currently has found the net 18 times in the league for the Saints.


John Ritchie scored 176 for the Potters. Peter Crouch has scored a total of 42 league goals since joining the club in 2011.


164 goals were scored by Ivor Allchurch to lead the scoring charts. Wilfried Bony is in his second stint at the club. He has managed a total of 26 in the league over both stints.


Jimmy Greaves leads the scoring charts for Spurs with 266. Harry Kane is the best of the current team with a return of 86 in the league. Kane still has some way to go to catch Greaves, but if he can maintain his form from recent seasons, it is only a matter of time as he closes the gap.


Luther Blissett managed 186 goals for Watford. Troy Deeney has scored 101 league goals since 2010. Deeney is only 29 years old and needs 85 more goals to equal Blissett's record.

West Brom

West Brom's top goal scorer is Tony Brown with 279 goals.

Chris Brunt has a current tally of 42 since 2007.

West Ham

Vic Watson leads goalscoring for the Hammers with a total of 326. Captain Mark Noble leads the scoring for West Ham's current squad with a return of 41.

It is worth pointing out that many of the record holders managed their records prior to the current Premier League format.