The Premier League has a lot of talent to offer. However, one of the most debated positions is the striker but just who is the best?

Starting off with one of the biggest names in world football of Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimović. The Swedish superstar (before his injury) had scored an impressive 28 goals for United this season and has been a vital part in their campaign. At the age of 35 years old, the former Barca and Milan striker is still producing an impressive tally even at an age most players in that position would start to ‘dry up.’

However, rivals City have one of the World’s most wanted players currently, Sergio Aguero. The Argentinean has made himself a house hold name, especially after his dramatic last minute goal in the 12/13 season against QPR to snatch the title against bitter neighbours United.  Sergio has yet again been in fine form scoring 30 goals this season in all competitions. His blaring pace and accurate finishing is deadly combination, making him a ‘perfect striker’.

Down in London is a striker being dubbed to break Alan Shearer’s goal record, Harry Kane. From coming out of nothing to score an immense 30 goals in his first season and managing to be consistently hit that target for the past three seasons is an incredible feat and an extremely hard one to do at such a young age. Without a shadow of a doubt the talented Englishman will go onto big things in the future.

Another fiery striker down in London is everyone’s bad boy Diego Costa. The Spanish striker has been in fine form this year, scoring 21 goals this season for Chelsea and being a vital role in their title challenge.  His aggressive temper and strength make him difficult to defend against and will always find a way to get around.

Although there is one team who is extremely lucky to have a young, talented striker in their squad, Everton with Romelu Lukaku. The 23 year old is the top scorer in the league this season with 25 and is speculated to leave for a big club in the summer. The Belgian has an impressive scoring record in the Premier League. His strength, pace and eye for goal are what makes him a deadly striker and a handful for defenders. With his scoring record and that talent its no wonder bigger clubs are very interested in capturing his signature.

All in all, the premier league has a fine choice of talented strikers, all very difficult to separate from each other.  The quality of all these strikers make them all vital assets for their teams. Though without a shadow of a doubt, that most likely to break Alan Shearers record is for me the current best striker in the league of Harry Kane and will continue to do so for many years to come.

The Premier League has a lot of talent to offer. However, one of the most debated positions is the striker but just who is the best?

Starting off with one of the biggest names in world football of Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimović. The Swedish superstar (before his injury) had scored an impressive 28 goals for United this season and has been a vital part in their campaign. At the age of 35 years old, the former Barca and Milan striker is still producing an impressive tally even at an age most players in that position would start to ‘dry up.’

However, rivals City have one of the World’s most wanted players currently, Sergio Aguero. The Argentinean has made himself a house hold name, especially after his dramatic last minute goal in the 12/13 season against QPR to snatch the title against bitter neighbours United.  Sergio has yet again been in fine form scoring 30 goals this season in all competitions. His blaring pace and accurate finishing is deadly combination, making him a ‘perfect striker’.

Down in London is a striker being dubbed to break Alan Shearer’s goal record, Harry Kane. From coming out of nothing to score an immense 30 goals in his first season and managing to be consistently hit that target for the past three seasons is an incredible feat and an extremely hard one to do at such a young age. Without a shadow of a doubt the talented Englishman will go onto big things in the future.

Another fiery striker down in London is everyone’s bad boy Diego Costa. The Spanish striker has been in fine form this year, scoring 21 goals this season for Chelsea and being a vital role in their title challenge.  His aggressive temper and strength make him difficult to defend against and will always find a way to get around.

Although there is one team who is extremely lucky to have a young, talented striker in their squad, Everton with Romelu Lukaku. The 23 year old is the top scorer in the league this season with 25 and is speculated to leave for a big club in the summer. The Belgian has an impressive scoring record in the Premier League. His strength, pace and eye for goal are what makes him a deadly striker and a handful for defenders. With his scoring record and that talent its no wonder bigger clubs are very interested in capturing his signature.

All in all, the premier league has a fine choice of talented strikers, all very difficult to separate from each other.  The quality of all these strikers make them all vital assets for their teams. Though without a shadow of a doubt, that most likely to break Alan Shearers record is for me the current best striker in the league of Harry Kane and will continue to do so for many years to come.

Advertisements