We are only a few days away from the Premier League coming back from the International Break which means this Power Rankings are coming to a close, but not without an incredible ending as now it's time for the best power rankings: Strikers. There are seven strikers who deserve to be on the list but sadly for two of them; they will not be on it. There will be some stats and some hot takes so strap in and let's do it.
5. Zlatan Ibrahimović - Manchester United
Listen, Zlatan Ibrahimović is great but let's be honest, he's getting old and can't keep up with the younger more agile strikers of the Premier League. Even though it's great to see him finally in the Premier League, it just sucks that he wasted so many years in a dead league (France Ligue 1) instead of battling it out in the Premier League. Zlatan has four goals to start the year (which is good), but this doesn't mean he's still one of the first strikers you would take. If it were four years ago, this would have been different.
4. Romelu Lukaku - Everton F.C.
Romelu Lukaku has raised his game, even more this year thanks to his new manager Ronald Koeman. Lukaku has a 7.66 Average Match Rating in the Premier League as he has five goals and one assist. Lukaku again has proved that he is Everton's leading man and will be primed for a massive move sooner than later. If he can fix the inconsistency issues he had last year (like he has been doing), he will be higher on the list, but he is up there with THE most exciting young strikers in the world.
3. Diego Costa - Chelsea F.C.
Diego Costa is coming off a disappointing year (well for the entire Chelsea team) but has hit the ground running as he has six goals, two assists and a 7.56 Match Rating (two MOTM). No matter what you think of him (you most likely hate him) you can't take away when he focuses on his game; he is deadly and not many defenders can stop him. I can see him hitting the 20 goal mark this season.
2. Harry Kane - Tottenham Hotspur F.C.
To look at Harry Kane's numbers this year makes no sense since he got injured early on (I know I am sad too) but last year he won the Golden Boot for the most Goals in the Premier League with 25 goals. Also, the year before that (2014/15) he had 21 goals in the Premier League and won PFA Young Player of the Year award. Harry Kane has played in 77 matches for Tottenham and he has 51 goals as he is showing he's not just the future of Tottenham but the future of England as he has shown the world how clinical of a finisher he is.
1. Sergio Agüero - Manchester City F.C.
Sergio Agüero being number one on this list shouldn't be a shock to anyone. Sergio Agüero has scored a crazy 147 goals for Manchester City, and that will obviously keep going up. Even when he is injured, he can come back and score 4 or 5 goals a game to get back in the Golden Boot race. This man is unstoppable and is one of or if not the ONLY player in the Premier League who can arguably play for every club in the world.
Sergio Agüero's finest moment in the Premier League. Get Ready to Feel.
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