Ranking of the Premier League’s top scorers after Matchday 9:
1️⃣ 🇳🇴 Erling Haaland (Manchester City) 14 goals
Harry Kane (Tottenham) 7
3️⃣ 🇷🇸 Aleksandar Mitrović (Fulham) 6
4️⃣ 🇧🇪 Leandro Trossard (Brighton) 5
Phil Foden (Manchester City) 5
6️⃣ 🇧🇷 Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) 5
James Maddison (Leicester) 5
8️⃣ 🇧🇷 Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) 5
9️⃣ 🏴 Ivan Toney (Brentford) 5
🔟 🇦🇷 Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton) 4
Erling Haaland dominates the top scorer rankings with a margin of 7 goals, double that of his pursuer Harry Kane. The Norwegian striker scored a hat-trick this weekend against Manchester United (Citizens 6-3 victory), his 3rd consecutive hat-trick at home in the Premier League.
His teammate Phil Foden also went there with his hat-trick in this prolific match in goals.
Third hat-trick of the day, that of Leandro Trossard which allowed Brighton to snatch a 3-3 draw on the field of Liverpool.
Harry Kane became the top scorer in the London derbies after converting his penalty against Aaron Ramsdale. He now has one goal more than Thierry Henry: 44 against 43, including 14 in the North London derby.
Present in this top 10, Roberto Firmino and James Maddison scored twice during the day, respectively against Brighton (3-3) and Nottingham (4-0).
Unhappy double scorer against Manchester City, Anthony Martial had not scored a league goal since October 2, 2021 (against Everton 1-1), a year to the day before his double against City.