Chelsea FC has had 22 different goal Scorers this season more than any other club in the European top leagues. The 11 players who have scored goals are as shown below.
• Marcos Alonso
• Christian Pulisic
• Trevoh Chalobah
• Romelu Lukaku
• Reece James
• Kai Havertz
• Mateo Kovacic
• Thiago Silva
• N’Golo Kante
• Antonio Rudiger
• 𝐓𝐢𝐦𝐨 𝐖𝐞𝐫𝐧𝐞𝐫.
This represents a total of 14 goals across the three competitions i.e the premier league, UCL and the Carabao Cup. Timo Werner was the latest player to score in the Carabao Cup win over Aston Villa yesterday. Chelsea won through penalties.
Romelu Lukaku tops the scoring list for chelsea this season with a total of 4 goals in the four matches. Lukaku scored 2 goals vs Aston Villa, one goal against Arsenal and a UCL goal against Zenit Petersburg.
The rest of players have a goal each in as many matches they have played this season.
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