The International break is finally over and the Premier League is set to return this weekend. On Saturday, Manchester United will host Crystal Palace at Old Trafford, League leaders Manchester City will be away against West Ham United, Liverpool will also travel to face Watford, and Bournemouth will host Arsenal. The weekend biggest game will feature Tottenham Hotspurs against Chelsea. Today, we look at five clubs with the all-time highest number of goals in the League alone.
5. Tottenham- 1,500 Goals
Tottenham Hotspurs has scored 1,500 Premier League goals since 1992. The North London side is yet to lift a single League title but they have come close in the last few years. In 2016/17 season, they finished second behind Chelsea, and 2017/18 they were third at the end. There is progress because they are about to unveil a new stadium but maybe not really enough on the pitch.
4. Liverpool- 1,708 Goals
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Liverpool last lifted Premier League trophy when it was called First Division. Since the new look League was unveiled in 1992, they have not tasted success. This season, Jurgen Klopp is determined to change that but Pep Guardiola seems to have other ideas. So far, the Reds have scored 1,708 goals in the League alone. They will certainly add on that number when they face Watford away this weekend.
3. Chelsea- 1,734 Goals
Chelsea is no doubt the second most successful team Premier League era. Since Russia billionaire Roman Abramovich took over the club in 2003, trophies keep on coming to Stamford Bridge. The Blues have lifted 5 League titles since 2004. Only Manchester United has won more since 1992. The club has netted 1,734 goals in that period.