There has been dozens of excellent strikers throughout Premier League History since its inception in 1992/93. However, 10 of them stand out above the rest when it comes to goal scoring efficiency. This list features the best 10 strikers in league history according to their goals-per-game ratio. In addition, they must have scored at least 100 career goals in the division to prove their consistency.
There are several current strikers such as Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Romelu Lukaku, Daniel Sturridge, Christian Benteke Alexis Sanchez and Javier Hernandez, who may one day join these 10 greats. But at the moment, just two current players have managed to make the top 10. Of course, this means they may climb the list or slip down it depending how deadly they are in front of the net this season.
10. Robbie Fowler
Former Liverpool, great Robbie Fowler’s career pro lasted from 1993 to 2012 as the Englishman played for Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester City, Cardiff City and Blackburn Rovers in the UK before heading to Australia. Fowler scored 163 Premier League goals in 379 appearances for a ratio of .43 goals per game with 128 of them coming for Liverpool. For some reason the forward didn’t get much of a chance with England as he played just 26 times for his homeland and netted seven times. But he still managed to play at the 1996 and 2000 European Championships as well as the 2002 World Cup. Fowler was nicknamed God by the Anfield faithful and he’s ranked number six on the Premier league’s all-time scoring list.