2014/15 Premier League Golden Boot Table

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sergio aguero is awarded the 2014/15 barclays premier league golden boot
The 2014/15 Barclays Premier League Golden Boot was all but decided heading into the final weekend of the season but Sergio Agüero added 1 goal for good measure in confirming his place as Golden Boot winner.  The Argentine ended the campaign with 26 goals.  He was followed up by Tottenham’s Harry Kane (21), Chelsea’s Diego Costa (20), and QPR’s Charlie Austin; who all happened to score a goal in their final matches as well.

2015/16 Premier League Golden Boot Table

It was a busy Premier League campaign with:
944 goals scored
245 players scoring
28 Own Goals
27 Players knocked in an Own Goal

Check out more on the cleats that left their mark this campaign below the 2014/15 Premier League Golden Boot Table.

Barclays Premier League 2014/15 Golden Boot
Updated on May 25, 2015
Player Club Cleat Goals
Sergio Aguero Manchester City PUMA evoSpeed 1.3 26
Harry Kane Tottenham Nike Hypervenom 21
Diego Costa Chelsea adidas adiZero F50 20
Charlie Austin QPR Nike Mercurial Vapor X 18
Alexis Sanchez Arsenal Nike Mercurial Superfly 16
Said Berahino West Brom Nike Mercurial Superfly 14
Olivier Giroud Arsenal Puma evoPower 14
Eden Hazard Chelsea Nike Mercurial Vapor X 14
Christian Benteke Aston Villa Nike tiempo Legend V 13
Mame Biram Diouf Stoke City Nike Mercurial Vapor X 12
Pelle Graziano Southampton Nike Mercurial Superfly 12
Wayne Rooney Manchester United Nike Mercurial Vapor X 12
David Silva Manchester City adidas adiZero F50 12
Nacer Chadli Tottenham adidas F50 adiZero 11
Papass Cisse Newcastle Nike Hypervenom 11
Danny Ings Burnley Nike Mercurial Vapor X 11
Saido Mane Southampton Nike Mercurial Vapor X 11
Leonardo Ulloa Leicester adidas adiZero F50 11
Wilfried Bony Swansea/Man City Nike Mercurial Vapor X 10
Christian Eriksen Tottenham Nike Magista Opus 10
Romelu Lukaku Everton Nike Mercurial Vapor X 10
Diafra Sakho West Ham adidas adiZero F50 10
Yaya Toure Manchester City Puma evoPower 10
Robin van Persie Manchester United adidas Blacked Out 10
9 GOALS: Steven Gerrard (adidas Predator), Liverpool; Juan Mata (adidas adiZero F50), Manchester United
8 GOALS: Peter Crouch (Nike Tiempo Legend), Stoke City; Nikica Jelavic (Warrior/New Balance), Hull City; Sung-Yueng Ki (Nike Magista Opus), Swansea City; Jonathan Walters (Nike Magista Opus), Stoke City
7 GOALS: Charlie Adam (adidas Predator), Stoke City; Santi Cazorla (Puma evoSpeed), Arsenal; Bafetimbi, Gomis (adidas adiZero F50), Swansea City; Kevin Mirallas (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Everton; Glenn Murray (adidas Predator), Crystal Palace; Steven Naismith (adidas NitroCharge), Everton; Ayoze Perez (adidas adiZero F50), Newcastle United; Loic Remy (Nike Tiempo Legend), Chelsea; Gylfi Sigurdsson (Nike Tiempo Legend), Swansea City; Raheem Sterling (Nike Mercurial Superfly), Liverpool
6 GOALS: Gabriel Agbonlahor (Nike Mercurial Superfly), Aston Villa; Stewart Downing (adidas adiZero F50), West Ham; Marouane Fellaini (Warrior/New Balance), Manchester United; Leroy Fer (Nike Tiempo Legend), QPR; Jordan Henderson (Nike Opus), Liverpool; Ander Herrera (adidas Predator), Manchester United; Frank Lampard (adidas 11Pro), Manchester City; Oscar (adidas Predator), Chelsea; Jason Puncheon (Nike Magista Opus), Crystal Palace; Aaron Ramsey (adidas Predator), Arsenal
5 GOALS: Ashley Barnes (adidas Predator), Burnley; George Boyd (adidas adiZero F50), Burnley; Esteban Cambiasso (adidas NitroCharge), Leicester City; Andy Carroll (Nike Hypervenom), West Ham; Coutinho (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Liverpool; Steven Fletcher (Nike Mercurial), Sunderland; Dwight Gayle (adidas adiZero F50), Crystal Palace; Mile Jedinak (adidas Predator), Crystal Palace; Steven Jovetic (Nike Tiempo Legend), Manchester City; Adam Lallana (Puma evoSpeed), Liverpool; Shane Long (Nike T90), Southampton; James Milner (Nike Magista Opus), Manchester City; Dame N’Doye (Nike Mercurial), Hull City; David Nugent (adidas adiZero F50), Leicester City; John Terry (Nike Magista Opus), Chelsea; Jamie Vardy (Nike Hypervenom), Leicester City; Theo Walcott (adidas adiZero F50), Arsenal; Connor Wickham (Nike Mercurial Vapor)
4 GOALS: Krkic Bojan (Nike Superfly), Stoke City; Yannick Bolasie (Nike Superfly), Crystal Palace; Frazier Campbell (adidas adiZero F50), Crystal Palace; Jack Colback (Nike Tiempo Legend), Newcastle; Jermaine Defoe (adidas adiZero F50), Sunderland; Mohamed Diame (Nike Tiempo Legend), Hull City; Didier Drogba (Nike Mercurual Vapor), Chelsea; Edin Dzeko (adidas adiZero F50), Manchester City; Falcao (Puma evoSpeed), Manchester United; Jordi Gomez (adidas 11Pro), Sunderland; Abel Hernandez (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Hull City; Brown Ideye (Nike Hypervenom), West Brom; Branislav Ivanovic (Nike Tiempo Legend), Chelsea, Phil Jagielka (adidas Predator), Everton; Cheikou Kouyate (adidas NitroCharge), West Ham; Riya Mahrez (Nike Hypervenom), Leicester City; Mesut Ozil (adidas Predator), Arsenal; Morgan Schneiderlin (Nike Magista Opus), Southampton; Mohamed Sissoko (adidas adiZero F50), Newcastle; Chris Smalling (Nike Tiempo Legend), Manchester United; Daniel Sturridge (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Liverpool; Dusan Tadic (Nike Tiempo Legend), Southampton; Enner Valencia (Nike Mercurial Vapor), West Ham; Eduardo Vargas (Nike Mercurial Superfly), QPR; Danny Welbeck (Nike Hypervenom), Arsenal; Wilfried Zaha (Nike Magista Opus), Crystal Palace
3 GOALS: Morgan Amalfitano (adidas Predator), West Ham; Victor Anicehbe (Nike Hypervenom), West Brom; Tom Cleverly (Nike Magista Opus), Aston Villa; Seamus Coleman (Nike Tiempo Legend), Everton; Jack Cork (adidas NitroCharge), Swansea; Angel DiMaria (adidas Predator), Manchester United; Samuel Eto’o (Puma evoSpeed), Everton; Cecs Fabregas (Puma evoPower), Chelsea; Fernandinho (adidas 11Pro), Manchester City; Craig Gardner (Nike Magist Opus), West Brom; Adam Johnson (adidas adiZero F50), Sunderland; Laurent Koscielny (Puma evoSpeed), Arsenal; Sebastian Larsson (Nike Magista Opus), Sunderland; Victor Moses (adidas adiZero F50), Stoke City; Steven N’Zonzi Nike Magista Opus), Stoke City; Matt Phillips (adidas adiZero F50), QPR; Jack Rodwell (adidas NitroCharge), Sunderland; Danny Rose (Nike Tiempo Legend), Tottenham; Wayne Routledge (adidas adiZero F50), Swansea City; Jeffrey Schlupp (adidas adiZero F50), Leicester City; Andreas Schurrle (adidas adiZero F50), Chelsea; Jonjo Shelvey (adidas Predator), Swansea City; Victor Wanyama (Nike Magista Opus), Southampton; Andreas Weimann (Nike Magista Opus), Aston Villa; Bobby Zamora (Under Armour Blue Carbon), QPR
2 GOALS: Emmanuel Adebayor (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Tottenham; Marc Albrighton (Nike Tiempe Legend), Leicester City; Scott Arfield (Nike Tiempo Legend), Barnley; Leighton Baines (adidas Predator), Everton; Ross Barkley (Nike Magista Opus), Everton; Hector Bellerin (puma evoSpeed), Arsenal; Daley Blind (adidas Predator), Manchester United; Chris Brunt (Nike Hypervenom), West Brom; Marouane Chamakh (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Crystal Palace; James Chester (adidas NitroCharge), Hull City; Nathaniel Clyne (Nike Magista Obra), Southampton; Carlton Cole (Nike Tiempo Legend), West Ham; Aaron Cresswell (Nike Magista Opus), West Ham; Scott Dann (adidas Predator), Crystal Palace; Craig Dawson (adidas 11Pro), West Brom; Eric Dier (Umbro UX-1), Tottenham; Eljero Elia (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Southampton; Ahmed Elmohamady (Nike Hypervenom), Hull City; Fernando (New Balance), Manchester City; Yoan Gouffran (adidas adiZero F50), Newcastle; Brede Hangeland (Nike Tiempo Legend), Crystal Palace; Andy King (adidas Predator), Leicester City; Aleksandra Kolarov (Nike Mercurial Superfly), Manchester City; Andrej Kramaric (adidas NitroCharge), Leicester City; Niko Kranjcar (adidas NitroCharge), QPR; Rickie Lambert (adidas Predator), Liverpool; Eric Lamela (adidas adiZero F50), Tottenham; Joe Ledley (Nike Magista Opus), Crystal Palace; Aaron Lennon (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Everton; Lazar Markovic (Mizuno Moreila Neo), Liverpool; James McCarthur (Nike Magista Opus), Crystal Palace; J McCarthy (Nike Magista Opus), Everton; Ben Mee (adidas 11Pro), Burnley; Alberto Moreno (adidas adiZero F50), Liverpool; Wes Morgan (Nike Magista Opus), Leicester City; James Morrison (adidas adiZero F50), West Brom; Samir Nasri (New Balance), Manchester City; Mark Noble (adidas NitroCharge), West Ham; Leon Osman (Puma King), Everton; Ramires (Nike Tiempo Legend), Chelsea; Thomas Rosicky (Puma evoPower), Arsenall Ryan Shawcross (Puma evoPower), Stoke City; Andros Townsend (adidas adiZero F50), Tottenham; Willian (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Chelsea; Jack Wilshere (Nike Magista Opus), Arsenal; Ashley Young (adidas adiZero F50), Manchester United; Mauro Zarate (Nike Mercural Vapor), West Ham
1 GOALS: Rolando Aarons (Nike Hypervenom), Newcastle United; Toby Alderweireld (Nike Magista Opus), Southampton; Joe Allen (adidas Predator), Liverpool; Sone Aluko (Nike Hypervenom), Hull City; Sammy Ameobi (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Newcastle; Mark Arnautovic (Nike Mercurial Superfly), Stoke City; Mario Balotelli (Puma evoPower), Liverpool; Joey Barton (Nike Mercurial Superfly), QPR; Fabio Borini (Nike Magista Opus), Liverpool; Remy Cabella (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Newcastle; Gary Cahill (adidas Predator), Chelsea; Emre Can (adidas adiZero F50), Liverpool; Michael Carrick (Nike Magista Opus), Manchester United; Lee Cattermole (adidas 11Pro), Sunderland; Steven Caulker (Nike Tiempo Legend), QPR; Callum Chambers (Nike Magista Obra), Arsenal; Ciran Clark (adidas NitroCharge), Aston Villa; Gael Clichy (Puma evoSpeed), Manchester City; Joe Cole (Nike Mercurial Vapor), West Ham; Fabricio Coloccini (Nike Tiempo Legend), Newcastle; Michael Dawson (Under Armour Clutch Fit), Hull City; Siem De Jong (adidas Predator), Newcastle; Mathieu Debuchy (adidas NitroCharge), Arsenal; Moussa Dembele (Nike Tiempo Legend), Tottenham; Martin Demichelis (adidas 11Pro), Manchester City; Graham Dorrans (Nike Tiempo Legend), West Brom; Mathieu Flamini (Puma evoPower), Arsenal; Darren Fletcher (adidas Predator), West Brom; Danny Graham (adidas 11Pro), Sunderland; Clint Hill (adidas 11Pro), QPR; Robert Huth (Nike Tiempo Legend), Leicester City; Alan Hutton (Nike Hypervenom), Aston Villa; Daryl Janmaat (adidas adiZero F50), Newcastle; Glenn Johnson (Nike Magista Opus), Liverpool; Michael Kightly (adidas adiZero F50), Burnley; Paul Konchesky (Nike Magista Opus), Leicester City; Arone Kone (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Everton; Joleon Lescott (Nike Magista Opus), West Brom; Jake Livermore (Nike Magista Opus), Hull City; Ryan Mason (adidas Predator), Tottenham; Nemanja Matic (Puma evoPower), Chelsea; Aiden McGeady (adidas adiZero F50), Everton; Paul McShane (Nike Tiempo Legend), Hull City; David Meyler (adidas Predator), Hull City; Jefferson Montero (adidas adiZero F50), Swansea City; Kevin Nolan (adidas 11Pro), West Ham; Gabriel Obertan (adidas adiZero F50), Newcastle; Jores Okore (adidas 11Pro), Aston Villa; Nelson Oliveira (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Swansea City; Jonas Olsson (adidas 11Pro), West Brom; Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Nike Hypervenom), Arsenal; Stephen Quinn (adidas 11Pro), Hull City; Gaston Ramirez (Nike Tiempo Legend), Hull City; Emmanuel Riviere (Nike Hypervenom), Newcastle; Carlos Sanchez (Nike Mercurial Superfly), Aston Villa; Sandro (adidas 11Pro), QPR; Stephane Sessegnon (Nike Mercurial Superfly), West Brom; Scott Siniclair (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Aston Villa; Martin Skrtel (Nike Tiempo Legend), Liverpool; Roberto Soldado (adidas adiZero F50), Tottenham; John Stones (adidas Predator), Everton; Steven Taylor (Nike Tiempo Legend); Newcastle; James Tomkins (Nike Tiempo Legend), West Ham; Silvestre Varela (adidas adiZero F50), West Brom; Jan Vertonghen (Nike Magista Opus), Tottenham; Ross Wallace (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Burnley; Joel Ward (adidas adiZero F50), Crystal Palace; James Ward-Prowse (adidas Predator), Southampton; Marcin Wasilewski (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Leicester City; Michael Williamson (Nike Tiempo Legend), Newcastle; James Wilson (adidas adiZero F50), Manchester United; Chris Wood (Nike Mercurial Vapor), Leicester City; Maya Yoshida (Mizuno Wave Ignitus), Southampton; Pablo Zabaleta (Nike Tiempo Legend), Manchester City; Jonas Gutierrez (adidas 11Pro), Newcastle; Gareth McAuley (adidas 11Pro), West Brom
Own GOALS: Tyler Blackett (Nike Hypervenom), Manchester United; Liam Bridcutt (Nike Hypervenom), Sunderland; Wes Brown (Nike Tiempo Legend), Sunderland; Esteban Cambiasso (adidas NitroCharge), Leicester City; Steven Caulker (Nike Tiempo Legend), QPR; Aly Cissokho (Nike Tiempo Legend), Aston Villa; Seamus Coleman (Nike Tiempo Legend), Everton; James Collins (Nike Tiempo Legend), West Ham; Curtis Davies (adidas NitroCharge), Hull City; Martin Demichelis (adidas 11Pro), Manchester City; Paul Dummett (Nike Magista Opus), Newcastle; Richard Dunne (adidas adiZero F50), QPR; Kieran Gibbs (adidas adiZero F50), Arsenal; Harry Kane (Nike Hypervenom), Tottenham; Romelu Lukaku (Nike Mercurial Superfly), Everton; Eliaquim Managala (Nike Magista Obra), Manchester City; Simon Mignolet (Nike Tiempo Legend), Liverpool; Wes Morgan (2) (Nike Magista Opus), Leicester City; Mark Noble (adidas NitroCharge), West Ham; Nedum Onuoha (Nike Tiempo Legend), QPR; Jeffrey Schlupp (adidas adiZero F50), Leicester City; Jason Shackell (Nike Tiempo Legend), Burnley; Jonjo Shelvey (adidas Predator), Swansea City; John Terry (Nike Magista Opus), Chelsea; Matthew Upson (adidas Copa Mundial), Leicester City; Santiago Vergini (adidas 11Pro), Sunderland; Pablo Zabaleta (Nike Tiempo Legend), Manchester City

Cleats Leaving their Mark:
Nike cleats scored 500 goals
adidas cleats scored 330 goals
Puma cleats scored 87 goals
Followed by Warrior/New Balance (18), Under Armour (4), Mizuno (3), and Umbro (2)

Cleat Silos at work:
adidas adiZero F50 scored 161 goals
Nike Mercurial Vapor scored 152 goals
Nike Magista (Obra and Opus) scored 99 combined goals
adidas predator scored 97 goals
Nike Tiempo Legend scored 94 goals
Nike Mercurial Superfly scored 83 goals
Nike Hypervenom scored 67 goals
Puma evoSpeed scored 65 goals
adidas 11Pro scored 40 goals
adidas NitroCharge scored 32 goals
Puma evoPower scored 20 goals
Other Silos getting in on the action were: Umbro UX-1 Concept, Warrior Skreamer II, Under Armour Wave Ignitus, Blur Carbon, Clutchfit Force, and Mizuno Morelia Neo.

Agüero Wins 2014/15 Barclays Premier League Golden Boot
The 2014/15 Barclays Premier League Golden Boot was all but decided heading into the final weekend of the season but Sergio Agüero added 1 goal for good measure in confirming his place as Golden Boot winner.  The Argentine ended the campaign with 26 goals.  He was followed up by Tottenham’s Harry Kane (21), Chelsea’s Diego Costa (20), and QPR’s Charlie Austin; who all happened to score a goal in their final matches as well.

Cleverly Saving Aston Villa’s Premier League Hopes
Tom Cleverly should be given some credit in salvaging Aston Villa’s Premier League status if the team is able to avoid relegation.  The Villa midfielder, on loan from Manchester United, has scored in the last 3 matches with 2 1-goal wins coming over the run.  The 3 goal tally represents his entire account for the 2014/15 campaign. This and more goal scoring trends from the Premier League.

Better Late Than Never
The 2014/15 Premier League campaign is coming to a conclusion but it does not mean some players are not just now opening their accounts.  8 players opened their account over the weekend and through matches on Wednesday with some critical in how the final table will look at the end of May.

April 10, 2015- Giroud Hottest Premier League Goal Scorer
Olivier Giroud is 1 of the main reasons Arsenal are sitting in 3rd place on the English Premier League table.  The Gunners forward has scored in 6 consecutive league matches making him only the 3rd player for the club to set such a mark in the EPL era.  The French international continued his streak in the last game against Liverpool, a stingy defense that had not allowed an away goal in over 9 hours of league play.  The run of goals upped his tally to 14 on the Premier League Golden Boot Table which is good for a tie for 3rd most in the league.

March 24, 2015 – Kane Paces Premier League in High Scoring Weekend
Harry Kane can do no wrong and the Premier League is hopefully gearing up for a high-scoring finish. The Tottenham striker knocked in a hat-trick to see off Leicester City 4-3 and in the process has run down Diego Costa at the top of the Premier League Golden Boot table.  The 2 target men are tied on 19 goals thus far this season.  Whereas Costa was the player who could not be stopped the first half of the season, it is Kane that has taken that role in 2015 with 14 goals (compared to Costa’s 6 goals in this calendar year).

March 17, 2015 – Costa Back On Top of Premier League Golden Boot Table
Diego Costa jumped back on top of the Premier League Golden Boot Table after ending his longest league scoring drought since joining Chelsea.  The goal was good enough to pull him ahead of Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero by 1 goal in the race for the Golden Boot but it only resulted in a 1-1 draw with Southampton for the Blues.

November 29, 2014 – EPL Goals Scored Review – The month of December is the most grueling in the Premier League.  The weather can be miserable and pitches soggy.  The players no longer have fresh legs as they did at the start of the campaign and the holiday schedule with teams playing multiple games a week only makes the situation worse.

October 17, 2014 – EPL Goals Scored Review – The Premier League boasts top players from around the world.  The league has become more foreign than English when looking at the players on the field and the hottest trio at the moment is from Senegal.

September 27, 2014 EPL Goals Scored Review – Who is the top English goal scorer thus far in the season?  Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Daniel Sturridge?  Nope, it is West Brom’s Saido Berahino.  He knocked in a brace on the weekend to take his goal tally to 4 on the season.  Diego Costa added to his tally with a goal taking him to 8 overall.

September 22, 2014 EPL Goals Scored Review – The 2014/15 Barclays Premier League Golden Boot Table is still taking shape after the first 5 matchdays. Chelsea’s Diego Costa has scored in all but 1 game thus far and had 2 multiple goals games so it is no wonder he is sitting on top of the table. The big surprise near the top is Leicester City’s Leonardo Ulloa with 5 goals. The Argentine has scored in all but 1 game as well but with only 1 multiple goal game.

Premier League Golden Boot winners
1992–93 Teddy Sheringham Tottenham Hotspur 22
1993–94 Andrew Cole Newcastle United 34
1994–95 Alan Shearer Blackburn Rovers 34
1995–96 Alan Shearer Blackburn Rovers 31
1996–97 Alan Sheare Newcastle United 25
1997–98 Chris Sutton Blackburn Rovers 18
1997–98 Dion Dublin Coventry City 18
1997–98 Michael Owen Liverpool 18
1998–99 Michael Owen Liverpool 18
1998–99 Dwight Yorke Manchester United 18
1998–99 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Leeds United 18
1999–2000 Kevin Phillips Sunderland 30
2000–01 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Chelsea 23
2001–02 Thierry Henry Arsenal 24
2002–03 Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United 25
2003–04 Thierry Henry Arsenal 30
2004–05 Thierry Henry Arsenal 25
2005–06 Thierry Henry Arsenal 27
2006–07 Didier Drogba Chelsea 20
2007–08 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 31
2008–09 Nicolas Anelka Chelsea 19
2009–10 Didier Drogba Chelsea 29
2010–11 Carlos Tevez Manchester City 20
2010–11 Dimitar Berbatov Manchester United 20
2011–12 Robin van Persie Arsenal 30
2012–13 Robin van Persie Manchester United 26
2013–14 Luis Suárez Liverpool 31
2014–15 Sergio Agüero Manchester City 26

Who will win the 2015/16 Premier League golden boot?  What cleat will they be wearing?

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