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Latest top scorers of English football 2020: Vardy takes the lead

Top scorers of English football 2020: Update Top scorers, scorers list, top scorers in the latest Premier League football.

After a period of time behind Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Jamie Vardy has accelerated to rise to No. 1 in the Top of English football goals in 2020. 

Before the Premiership was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Leicester City striker had a total of 19 goals, four of which were taken from the 11-meter dot. 

The next positions belong to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal, 17 goals), Sergio Aguero (Man City, 16 goals) and Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, 16 goals). 

Notably, the race to win the Premier League Top scorer 2019/20 appears a name that is not much noticed – Daniel Ings. 

The striker, who was bought by Southampton for 22 million euros earlier in the season, is very impressive. After 29 rounds, Ings netted 15 times to net the opponent, which is only less than 4 times Vardy scored.

Sadio Mane, striker with Aubameyang and Salah shared the title of scorer last season with only 14 goals, equal to the performance of Marcus Rashford (MU).

Still, Mane’s performance is still better than Tottenham’s Harry Kane. The frequent absence due to injury makes the England player not have many opportunities to tear the net. Kane’s goal count is stopped at 11.

Top goalscoring Premier League 

1. Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – 19 goals

2. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) – 17 goals

3. Sergio Aguero (Man City) – 16 goals 

3. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 16 goals

4. Daniel Ings (Southampton) – 15 goals

5. Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – 14 goals

5. Marcus Rashford (MU) – 14 goals

6. Tamby Abraham (Chelsea) – 13 goals

6. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) – 13 goals

6. Raul Jimenez (Wolves) – 13 goals

7. Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 11 goals

7. Anthony Martial (MU) – 11 goals

7. Teemu Pukki (Norwich) – 11 goals

7. Raheem Sterling (Man City) – 11 goals

7. Chris Wood (Burnley) – 11 goals

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Expected squad Man City vs Arsenal: De Bruyne vs. Ozil

Expected squad for Man City vs Arsenal: Update information about the squad of the match between Man City vs Arsenal in the round of 28 Premier League match.

Man City and Arsenal will make up for the round 28 of the Premier League, and will fight the return of the No. 1 league of the fog after a time of suspension due to the epidemic.

If Pep Guardiola teachers and students set a goal of retaining 3 points to maintain the second place from the attention of Leicester City, the “Gunners” of London need 3 points to hope to win the right to attend the next Champions League/C1 season.

After being absent from the Manchester derby due to injury, Kevin De Bruyne and Aymeric Laporte recovered and certainly played in the match against Arsenal.

The good news also came with the home team when Leroy Sane completed 100% of the required volume in the past training sessions. As such, Guardiola will have the strongest squad in his hands.

Meanwhile, coach Mikel Arteta was without Lucas Torreira after the Uruguayan midfielder suffered an ankle injury in March. In addition, despite a slight training, Calum Chambers is still not ready to fight.

The positive signal for the visitors is that they have a full range of attacking options, including Mesut Oezil, Nicolas Pepe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.

Force information

Man City: Full force.

Arsenal: Calum Chambers, Lucas Torreira (injury).    

Probable teams

Man City (4-3-3): Ederson; Fernandinho, Laporte, Mendy, Walker; Rodrigo, Guendogan, De Bruyne; Sterling, Mahrez, Aguero.

Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Leno; Sokratis, Luiz, Bellerin, Saka; Xhaka, Ceballos; Ozil, Pepe, Aubameyang; Lacazette.

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Top 10 goals scorers in MU history

Top 10 goals scorers in MU history have the presence of many great strikers like Bobby Charlton, George Best or Wayne Rooney.

The greatest striker in MU history is a very familiar name – Wayne Rooney. “Shrek guy” joined “Reds” from Everton on the last day of the summer transfer period of 2004 with a record price of 27 million pounds. At 18, Rooney became the most expensive teenage player in the world at the time.

In 13 years with MU, the striker born in 1985 proved why the club spent so much money to get him. Experienced 559 appearances, Rooney scored a total of 253 goals, achieving 0.45 goals/game.

After leaving Old Trafford in 2017, Rooney returned to Everton, then moved to MLS and now – as a coach and player at Derby County First Division.

Second in the top 10 MU goalscorers in history is Sir Bobby Charlton. The English legend has 249 goals in 758 matches, more than the third-ranked Denis Law 12 goals (237 goals/404 matches).

Top 10 goals scorers in MU history of course indispensable George Best. In the period from 1963 to 1974, the No. 7 legend hardly missed any matches of the “Red Devils” and became the top scorer for the club in 6 consecutive seasons.

In the 1967/1968 season, best scored a double in United’s 4-1 victory over Benfica, thereby helping “Reds” for the first time to reach the highest peak in the European Cup. In a decade with MU, the former striker born in 1946 scored 179 goals, on par with Dennis Viollet elder.

Top 10 goals scorers in MU history

1. Wayne Rooney – 253 goals/559 matches (2004-2017 period)

2. Bobby Charlton – 249 goals/758 matches (1956-1973)

3. Denis Law – 237 goals/404 matches (1962-1973)

4. Jack Rowley – 211 goals/424 matches (1937-1955)

5. Dennis Viollet – 179 goals/293 matches (1952-1962)

6. George Best – 179 goals/470 matches (1963-1974)

7. Joe Spence – 168 goals/510 matches (1919-1933)

8. Ryan Giggs – 168 goals/963 matches (1991-2014)

9. Mark Hughes – 163 goals/467 matches (1983-1986 and 1988-1995)

10. Paul Scholes – 155 goals/718 matches (1994-2011 and 2012-2013)

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6 English players were noticed when the Bundesliga came back

All eyes were on the Bundesliga when the tournament returned, with attention paid to six young players from the United Kingdom.

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: “If the Bundesliga is the only tournament in the world that is broadcast on television, I think we will have billions of spectators.”

Understandably when in England, fans are interested in the players of this country playing in the Bundesliga and will have the opportunity to prove his scratch at the weekend.

Jadon Sancho, 20 years old (Borussia Dortmund)

Sancho has affirmed his reputation as one of Europe’s most exciting talents since arriving in 2017.

The British star is going through the best season of his career with 14 goals and 16 assists after 23 games. Sancho is the key to Dortmund’s hope to win the championship with Bayern.

Jonjoe Kenny, 23 years old (Schalke)

The England right-back has frequently played since being loaned from Everton last summer. In 23 matches, he scored 1 goal and made 3 assists.

Kenny thrived under German coach David Wagner, where he became a fan favorite when helping Schalke qualify for the European Cup.

Ademola Lookman, 22 years old (RB Leipzig)

Lookman has somewhat impressed at Leipzig with a loan from Everton. However, the German team has no intention of spending £ 22.5 million to buy after the player has only participated in the Bundesliga 6 times.

Ethan Ampadu, 19 years old (RB Leipzig)

The versatile player is unlikely to be in the field due to a persistent back injury since February. This is also one reason why the Welsh player has only entered the field three times from the bench in the Bundesliga this season.

Rabbi Matondo, 19 years old (Schalke)

The winger left City in January last year for a fee of £ 11 million. He has made 12 appearances this season, including 8 starting games and scoring a goal. Fans will be waiting to see Matondo’s speed and mischief.

Reece Oxford, 21 years old (Augsburg)

A promising player at West Ham, Oxford plays a defensive midfielder or a center-back but rarely plays. This year 21, he hopes to have the opportunity to play wrong when the season comes back.

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Arsenal’s greatest foreign squad of 6 members “Invincibles”

Sun Sport’s greatest ever squad of Arsenal players in history, including 6 members from the “Invincibles” team (invincible) 2003/04.

Of the 11 regular starting players in the 2003/04 unbeaten campaign, only Ashley Cole and Sol Campbell were English. Therefore, it is understandable that there are many members of this historic squad who are present in the best options.

In front of goal, Jens Lehmann was in great form during that glorious season and filled the big void of David Seaman.

Center-back belongs to David O’Leary, who was born in London but plays for the Irish team. In the late 70s and early 80s, O’Leary is said to be in the top 2-3 central defenders in the world.

Standing next to it is the choice between Kolo Toure and Laurent Koscielny. Later there were more good partners like Per Mertesacker and Thomas Vermaelen, but Koscielny eventually took the position.

The two Arsenal full-backs are all modern names. On the left, Gael Clichy overtook Nacho Monreal, and Bacary Sagna was a bit better than Lauren on the right.

Lauren was converted from midfielder to defender to replace the legendary Lee Dixon, a member of “Invincibles”.

In the central midfield there are many bright candidates, including Santi Cazorla, Gilberto Silva and Cesc Fabregas. But the chosen couple was Liam Brady and Patrick Vieira.

Brady is like a “witch” with a clever left foot, great vision and a scorer. Besides him, Vieira became the most perfect central midfielder the Premier League has ever seen.

On the flanks, vast positions were reserved for Robert Pires and Marc Overmars, although Freddie Ljungberg and Alexis Sanchez also received appreciation.

As for the attack, there is no dispute with partners Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry. That’s because Robin van Persie shone for a short time, Emmanuel Adebayor only exploded in two seasons.

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What is the MU team consisting of all English players after the transfer?

MU absolutely can launch a squad of all English players after the summer transfer window.

Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deviated from the initial transfer policy of MU when bringing in Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo in January.

In the past, the Norwegian has favored the English market, targeting young and indigenous players that he feels might fit into his squad.

In the summer, it seems MU will return to this strategy by targeting three young English stars, Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish and Jude Bellingham.

If all three were won, the “Red Devils” could line up an English squad, although it would have no room for David de Gea, Fred, Paul Pogba or Anthony Martial.

Goalkeeper: Dean Henderson

The loan star at Sheffield United is fully guaranteed a place in the squad next season as he proves quality to compete with De Gea.

Center-back: Harry Maguire, Axel Tuanzebe

When the future of Marcos Rojo, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones are uncertain, the choice of MU center-back may be only 4 people. Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly will vie for positions alongside Maguire, but if Tuanzebe’s homegrown option is a great option.

Once on loan at Aston Villa, Tuanzebe was unlucky due to an injury but Solskjaer rated him very highly.

Wingers: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Luke Shaw

Brandon Williams once pushed Shaw to the bench but the former Southampton defender seemed to be getting closer to his best before the season was suspended. And Wan-Bissaka has always been stable since coming to MU last summer.

Midfielders: Scott McTominay, Jude Bellingham, Jack Grealish

Without Pogba, Fred and Nemanja Matic, MU can rely on two young talents Grealish and Bellingham, alongside McTominay. With what has shown, Grealish proved capable of taking on the role of attacking midfielder of Bruno Fernandes.

Forwards: Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford, Daniel James

Although James, Greenwood and Rashford can create an all-English attacking trio this season, MU still hope to add Sancho to increase perfection. The Dortmund star promises to solve the problem of the right wing team that has existed for so long.

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Rounded 20 years Ronaldo Nazario suffered terrible injuries

20 years ago, Ronaldo Nazario suffered a terrible injury that created a turning point for his flourishing career.

Messi lags behind Ronaldo in the top goalscoring and assists for a decade

In 2000, Ronaldo was considered the best player in the world at the time. But he broke his right knee kneecap in the first leg of the Italian Cup final between Inter and Lazio.

Just minutes after coming off the bench in the second half, Ronaldo tried to dribble past Fernando Couto but suddenly collapsed and hugged his knee in pain.

According to Dr. Guillen, this is the most serious injury because the tendon allows the knee to run, kick, dribble and when it is broken, everything ends.

Dr Gerard Saillant, who once treated Ronaldo, said: “Miracles do not exist. He needs at least 8 months to recover before playing again. Even then, me and no one could say that he would play again. In any case, it will be a long and difficult process”.

Indeed, Ronaldo’s knees have been repeatedly questioned. Only 144 days before, on 11/11, he also blocked tendons in the match Inter – Lecce. At Christmas 1996, he had a rare disease in his knee that led to permanent tendonitis. Corticosteroids and anti-inflammatory drugs have become an inseparable companion since Ronie also played at PSV Eindhoven.

“It’s all the fault of PSV. They allowed him to assimilate as a child. As a result, his muscles do not match the bone structure of the knee”, said Bernardino Santi, former anti-doping coordinator of the Brazilian Football Federation.

This time, until March 8, 2001, Ronaldo was discharged from the hospital and had to wait until November 4 to play the first official match against … Lecce.

In 2018, Diego Maradona once declared, if not for injury, Ronaldo would be the greatest player in history. Indeed, when the kneecap was broken, Ronaldo was only 23 and 3 months, scoring 233 goals, more than Messi (148) and Cristiano Ronaldo (115) at the same age.

“I suffered two very serious injuries that took away my 3-year career, which made me suffer the consequences and anticipate the end of my career,” Ronaldo lamented.

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List of World Golden Balls over the years

List of Golden Balls. Update details and a complete list of World Golden Balls over the years.

The World Ballon d’Or (Ballon d’Or) is an annual award initiated and organized by France Football Magazine for the best player of the year. In early December 2019, Lionel Messi overcame Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronald to win the 2019 Golden Ball.

This is the 6th time in El Pulga’s honor to receive this noble award, thereby becoming the player who owns the most golden balls in history (5 previous Golden Balls in 2009 and 2010 respectively, 2011, 2012, 2015).

The first person in history to be awarded the Golden Ball is the English legend – Sir Stanley Matthews (1956). At the time of playing, he was called “The witch of dribbling” or “Magician” for his skill of passing ball and passing outstanding people.

With the same 7 players, the Netherlands and Germany are the two countries with the most individuals owning the Golden Ball. In terms of clubs, Barca and Real Madrid are the most successful team, when there are 21 players ever received this noble title.

List of Golden Ball World over the years:

1956: Stanley Matthews (England, Blackpool)

1957: Alfredo Di Stéfano (Spain, Real Madrid)

1958: Raymond Kopa (France, Real Madrid)

1959: Alfredo Di Stéfano (Spain, Real Madrid)

1960: Luis Suárez (Spain, Barca)

1961: Omar Sívori (Italy, Juventus)

1962: Josef Masopust (Czechoslovakia, Dukla Prague)

1963: Lev Yashin (Soviet Union, Dinamo Moscow)

1964: Denis Law (Scotland, MU)

1965: Eusébio (Portugal, Benfica)

1966: Bobby Charlton (UK, MU)

1967: Flórián Albert (Hungary, Ferencváros)

1968: George Best (England, MU)

1969: Gianni Rivera (Italy, AC Milan)

1970: Gerd Müller (Germany, Bayern Munich)

1971: Johan Cruyff (Netherlands, Ajax)

1972: Franz Beckenbauer (Germany, Bayern Munich)

1973: Johan Cruyff (Netherlands, Ajax)

1974: Johan Cruyff (Netherlands, Barca)

1975: Oleg Blokhin (Soviet Union, Donamo Kiev)

1976: Franz Beckenbauer (Germany, Bayern Munich)

1977: Allan Simonsen (Denmark, M’gladbach)

1978: Kevin Keegan (England, Hamburg)

1979: Kevin Keegan (England, Hamburg)

1980: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Germany, Bayern Munich)

1981: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Germany, Bayern Munich)

1982: Paolo Rossi (Italy, Juventus)

1983: Michel Platini (France, Juventus)

1984: Michel Platini (France, Juventus)

1985: Michel Platini (France, Juventus)

1986: Igor Belanov (Soviet Union, Donamo Kiev)

1987: Ruud Gullit (Netherlands, AC Milan)

1988: Marco van Basten (Netherlands, AC Milan)

1989: Marco van Basten (Netherlands, AC Milan)

1990: Lothar Matthäus (Germany, Inter Milan)

1991: Jean-Pierre Papin (France, Marseille)

1992: Marco van Basten (Netherlands, AC Milan)

1993: Roberto Baggio (Italy, Juventus)

1994: Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria, Barca)

1995: George Weah (Liberia, AC Milan)

1996: Matthias Sammer (Germany, Dortmund)

1997: Ronaldo (Brazil, Inter Milan)

1998: Zinedine Zidane (France, Juventus)

1999: Rilvaldo (Brazil, Barca)

2000: Luis Figo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

2001: Michael Owen (England, Liverpool)

2002: Ronaldo (Brazil, Real Madrid)

2003: Pavel Nedvěd (Czech, Juventus)

2004: Andriy Shevchenko (Ukraine, AC Milan)

2005: Ronaldinho (Brazil, Barca)

2006: Fabio Cannavaro (Italy, Real Madrid)

2007: Kaka (Brazil, AC Milan)

2008: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, MU)

2009: Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barca)

2010: Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barca)

2011: Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barca)

2012: Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barca)

2013: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

2014: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

2015: Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barca)

2016: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

2017: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

2018: Luka Modric (Croatia, Real Madrid)

2019: Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barca)

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Barca’s 20-year-old squad resisted crisis due to COVID-19

Barca is having a series of young players ready to create a 20-year-old squad when they need to deal with the crisis caused by COVID-19.

Barca, like many other clubs, will face the risk of falling into recession due to the negative impact of the pandemic caused by COVID-19.

In addition to the first team, Barca has young talents spread across Europe to reevaluate or continue to grow. With this team, they can reduce the amount of money they spend on the next purchase.

Specifically, Barca can set up a squad with an average age of less than 21 (20.73), excluding Philippe Coutinho or Marc Cucurella, who Getafe is ready to buy 60% of ownership in next summer.

In goal, Inaki Pena is currently the third goalkeeper of the first team, playing an important role in the youth team and U21 team.

Of the defenders, Ronald Araujo is most likely to be promoted to the team next season. Along with that were two loaners at Schalke including center-back Todibo and left-back Juan Miranda.

Also on loan is Alena at Betis, who is ready to return after accumulating valuable experience. Similarly, Oriol Busquets made the most of their time at Twente in the Netherlands.

Two of the midfielders preferred by both Setien and Valverde, Riqui Puig and Collado, are playing in the youth team. Nor do not miss Monchu – the captain of Barca B.

With Collado, he can play as a winger, just like Rafinha – who is on loan at Celta and also works in the virtual No. 9 role.

On the other hand, Barca signed with two promising young talents after the race with other big clubs in Europe.

The first to arrive was attacking midfielder Pedri Gonzalez from Las Palmas with 5 million euros and bonuses. The second is striker Francisco Trincao for 31 million from Braga in January.

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Premier League has been postponed until May (Part 2)

Like the UEFA meeting on 17/3, the meeting of the Premier League is mainly oriented, instead of giving a specific plan because of waiting for the development of Covid-19. However, the opinion of the majority of teams is to expect the season to complete all 38 rounds.

The fact that all sides committed to make the Premier League take all 38 rounds is considered a victory for football in the foggy country. As can be seen, the happiest teams are Liverpool, Leeds Utd and West Brom. Anfield owner is almost certain to be thirsty for the title of England champion lasting 30 years, while the two First Division teams have the opportunity to return to the Premier League.

The positive points

There are many positive points, but the prolongation of the tournaments causes many clubs to be seriously affected on the schedule. The two Manchester teams will have to reschedule the most because they are in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup and have many chances to go far in the two European cups.

Two days after the Euro final was postponed to the summer of 2021, the FA, the Premier League Organizing Committee, the First Division, representatives of the clubs and the PFA met to finish the season in June, in line with UEFA. The purpose of the meeting is to find the least costly option for the parties.

Arsenal boss was positive for Covid-19

Earlier, on March 13, the day after Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was positive for Covid-19, the Premier League organizers postponed a round and stopped the tournament until early April. According to The Times, tournaments in the UK are likely to be delayed until the end of April because the government has not controlled Covid-19.

In the UK, the number of patients with Covid-19 is still on the rise. By March 18, more than 2,500 people had the disease. The possibility of canceling the tournament is still left open, although this is a scenario that the team is keeping the top of the Liverpool table and the top 6 First Class clubs do not want.