- Premier League has witnessed the best of strikers from across the globe
- SPORTbible has ranked the current strikers in the English topflight from ‘GOAT’ to ‘Not A Footballer’
- Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is branded the ‘GOAT’
UK outlet SPORTbible has ranked all current strikers in the English Premier League with Manchester City star Sergio Aguero coming out top as the ‘GOAT’ (Greatest Of All Time).
The Argentine who has a 106 minute per goal ratio is branded the best striker in English football despite his career with the Citizens being marred by a series of injuries.
With the aid of TierMaker, the medium was able to identify and rank the current outright strikers in the Premier League with the likes of Anthony Martial and Gabriel labelled ‘Overrated’.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane as well as Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy are classed ‘Elite’ alongside Marcus Rashford and the new Chelsea striker Timo Werner.
Christian Benteke are branded ‘Not a footballer’ in the rankings which also has the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho and Divock Origi in the ‘poor’ category.
The full SPORTbible rankings are below:
Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Marcus Rashford, Timo Werner.
Raul Jimenez, Olivier Giroud, Michail Antonio, Neal Maupay.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Danny Ings, Callum Wilson, Tammy Abraham, Patrick Bamford, Chris Wood, Michy Batshuayi, Ashley Barnes, Lys Mousset, Ollie Watkins, Che Adams.
Gabriel Jesus, Roberto Firmino, Anthony Martial, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Alexandre Lacazette.
Wesley, Cenk Tosun, Joelinton, Islam Slimani, Divock Origi, Kelechi Iheanacho, Oli McBurnie, Sebastien Haller.
Not A Striker:
Andy Carroll, Christian Benteke.
Recall that Jamie Vardy won last season’s Premier League golden boot after finishing with 23 goals to become the oldest player to win the prestigious award.
The 33-year-old got one goal more than Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Southampton striker Danny Ings, both on 22, during the campaign.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that sensational striker Cristiano Ronaldo has been heavily linked with with a return to Manchester United 11 years after walking away from Old Trafford club.
The 35-year-old was tipped to rejoin his former team after Juventus made it clear that they want to cut down on their wage-bill.
Ronaldo is the most paid in the team with annual earnings of about £28 million - five times over what Paulo Dybala who is the club's next most paid star takes home.
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