Premier League goals: Watford have more scorers than Man City, Arsenal and Chelsea

Premier League goals

Will Hughes’ goal against West Ham meant he became Watford’s 12th goal scorer this season

Monday, November 20, 2017

When he scored in the 2-0 win against West Ham, Will Hughes became Watford’s 12th different Premier League scorer this season.

As you can see, that is more than any other club so far.

Watford’s 12 Premier League scorers
Richarlison – five goals
Abdoulaye Doucoure – four goals
Andre Gray – one goal
Christian Kabasele – one goal
Daryl Janmaat – one goal
Etienne Capoue – one goal
Miguel Britos – one goal
Roberto Pereyra – one goal
Stefano Okaka – one goal
Tom Cleverley – one goal
Troy Deeney – one goal
Will Hughes – one goal

Arsenal’s 11 goal scorers
Alexandre Lacazette – six goals
Aaron Ramsey – three goals
Danny Welbeck – three goals
Alexis Sanchez – two goals
Nacho Monreal – two goals
Alex Iwobi – one goal
Mesut Ozil – one goal
Olivier Giroud – one goal
Per Mertesacker – one goal
Sead Kolasinac – one goal
Shkodran Mustafi – one goal

Chelsea’s 10 goal scorers
Alvaro Morata – eight goals
Eden Hazard – three goals
Marcos Alonso – three goals
Michy Batshuayi – two goals
Pedro – two goals
Cesar Azpilicueta – one goal
David Luiz – one goal
Cesc Fabregas – one goal
N’Golo Kante – one goal
Tiemoue Bakayoko – one goal

Man City’s 10 goal scorers
Gabriel Jesus – eight goals
Sergio Aguero – eight goals
Raheem Sterling – seven goals
Leroy Sane – six goals
Kevin De Bruyne – three goals
Fernandinho – two goals
Nicolas Otamendi – two goals
Bernardo Silva – one goal
David Silva – one goal
Fabian Delph – one goal

Man United’s 10 goal scorers
Romelu Lukaku – eight goals
Anthony Martial – five goals
Marcus Rashford – three goals
Marouane Fellaini – three goals
Paul Pogba – three goals
Chris Smalling – one goal
Eric Bailly – one goal
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – one goal
Juan Mata – one goal
Antonio Valencia – one goal

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