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Tammy, Kane & Vardy: A look at the top 5 English goalscorers this season

Arjun Singh Devgan
Tammy Abraham has had a good debut season for AS Roma
Tammy Abraham has had a good debut season for AS Roma / Giuseppe Bellini/GettyImages
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England remain one of the powerhouses of football despite not winning a major international trophy since 1966, which is primarily due to the Premier League - which is considered to be the best and most competitive league in world football.

As seen, there are a number of top England strikers currently plying their trade the world over and here, we take a look at the top five goalscorers this season.

1. Tammy Abraham (AS Roma) - 14 goals in 27 games

Tammy Abraham
AS Roma v Juventus - Serie A / Giuseppe Bellini/GettyImages

Tammy Abraham moved to AS Roma from Chelsea in order to secure more playing time and the move has paid off, with the striker starring in his maiden season - netting 14 goals in 27 games for them in all competitions.

The 24-year-old will hope this his form ensures that he becomes a regular fixture in the England national team, and it will be interesting to see if this does happen in the future.

2. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) - 12 goals in 27 games

Harry Kane
Tottenham Hotspur v Morecambe: The Emirates FA Cup Third Round / Alex Davidson/GettyImages

Harry Kane is having a poor season in front of the goal by his high standards, but despite that he has managed to score 12 goals in 26 appearances so far.

There is no doubt that the 28-year-old will go on to become England's all-time record goalscorer, though there remains doubts over his future considering that he revealed that he wanted to leave Tottenham Hotspur before the start of the current season.

3. Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) - 11 goals in 22 games

Jamie Vardy
Liverpool v Leicester City - Carabao Cup Quarter Final / Naomi Baker/GettyImages

Jamie Vardy remains one of the most underrated strikers in the world as he continues to score goals at a good rate for Leicester City, with the 35-year-old already moving to double figures this season.

The 35-year-old has attained legendary status at Leicester and at 35-year-old it unfortunately looks like he is coming to the end of his career.

4. Emile Smith Rowe (Arsenal) - 9 goals in 21 games

Emile Smith Rowe
Leeds United v Arsenal - Premier League / Stu Forster/GettyImages

Emile Smith Rowe is the next great hope that has emerged at Arsenal over the past couple of years, with the midfielder establishing himself as one of the best young talents England, courtesy of his performances this season.

The 21-year-old has been one of the main reasons why the Gunners are in contention to qualify for the Champions League next season, netting nine goals so far.

5. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) - 9 goals in 25 games

Raheem Sterling
Arsenal v Manchester City - Premier League / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages

Raheem Sterling's place in the Manchester City first XI has come under question with many believing that he doesn't deserve a place due to his diminishing returns in recent times.

The England international still has managed to score nine goals when given the chance and recently netted his 100th Premier League goal.

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