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Goals From English Players - 2016/17

Goals From English Players - 2016/17

With Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane lifting the Golden Boot for the second successive year, which Premier League sides boasted the most English goalscorers.

Kane is the first Englishman since Kevin Phillips back in 1999/00 to score the most Premier League goals, last year with a return of 25 and this year with a return of 29, but Talksport have done the legwork on working out which Premier League sides can boast the highest number of goals from English players in the last campaign.

1 - Tottenham Hotspur - 52 Goals Scored
2 - Bournemouth - 24 Goals Scored
- - Southampton - 24 Goals Scored
4 - Liverpool - 19 Goals Scored
- - West Ham United - 19 Goals Scored
6 - Leicester City - 18 Goals Scored
7 - Everton - 17 Goals Scored
8 - Sunderland - 16 Goals Scored
9 - Arsenal - 15 Goals Scored
10 - Burnley - 14 Goals Scored
11 - Manchester United - 13 Goals Scored
12 - Crystal Palace - 12 Goals Scored
13 - Hull City - 11 Goals Scored
14 - Watford - Ten Goals Scored
15 - Swansea City - Nine Goals Scored
16 - Manchester City - Eight Goals Scored
- - Stoke City - Eight Goals Scored
18 - Chelsea - Seven Goals Scored
19 - Middlesbrough - Five Goals Scored
20 - West Bromwich Albion - Four Goals Scored


Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday June 15 2017
Time: 9:00AM

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