Top 6 Goals of the 2023/24 Premier League Season: Ranking From Mainoo to Caicedo

Top 6 Goals of the 2023/24 Premier League Season: Ranking From Mainoo to Caicedo

Isaac Darko
updated at May 22, 2024 at 6:44 AM
  • Manchester City claimed the 2023/2024 Premier League title on May 19
  • With the season over, it is time to reflect on the best from this campaign
  • Sports Brief has reflected on the top goals scored in the EPL this season

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The 2023/2024 Premier League season has come to an end much like the three preceding campaigns: with Manchester City reclaiming the title of champions.

Their triumph, along with Arsenal’s valiant but ultimately unsuccessful pursuit, were just two of the many narratives that unfolded in yet another thrilling football season.

Several teams, players, and managers surpassed expectations, while others stumbled and suffered setbacks along the way, ultimately losing out in more ways than one.

Alejandro Garnacho scores Manchester United's first goal in the Premier League against Everton FC and Manchester United at Goodison Park on November 26, 2023.
Alejandro Garnacho scores Manchester United's first goal in the Premier League against Everton FC and Manchester United at Goodison Park on November 26, 2023. Photo by Shaun Botterill.
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As we bid farewell to the 2023/24 Premier League season, Sports Brief has reflected on the plethora of goals that graced the competitive landscape.

Among them, there were those that momentarily stole the breath of fans worldwide but bear in mind that selecting the top six goals is purely subjective.

Best 2023/24 Premier League goals

Kaoru Mitoma vs Wolves

It was fantastic to see Brighton and Hove Albion’s winger reap the rewards of his hard work in an early-season match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Mitoma embarked on an incredible solo run at the Molineux Stadium, weaving through a sea of gold shirts and showcasing his sheer determination.

Alejandro Garnacho vs Everton

The Goal of the Season competition was effectively decided in November. While the Premier League has seen some remarkable strikes in the 2023-24 season, few will be replayed for decades.

Garnacho’s goal will be an exception, per Sky Sports.

His spectacular strike for Manchester United showcased an extraordinary blend of athleticism and technique, creating a jaw-dropping moment that elicited a brief silence before a burst of applause.

Alexis Mac Allister vs Fulham

Liverpool's 4-3 win over Fulham was one of the season's most thrilling matches, with the Reds staging a late comeback to secure victory at Anfield.

The game was filled with outstanding goals, including fine efforts from Trent Alexander-Arnold and Wataru Endo. However, the standout was Mac Allister’s long-range drive, his first goal since joining from Brighton in the summer.

As the ball bounced invitingly, the 2022 FIFA World Cup winner with Argentina unleashed a dipping shot that left Fulham goalkeeper, Bernd Leno, with no chance.

Moises Caicedo vs Bournemouth

The final day of the Premier League season featured some spectacular goals, with Moises Caicedo's first for Chelsea standing out in particular.

The Ecuadorian midfielder surprised everyone with a remarkable 50-yard strike over a stranded Neto, Bournemouth's goalkeeper.

This goal was the longest-distance strike in the Premier League since Wayne Rooney's goal for Everton against West Ham United in 2017.

Kobbie Mainoo vs Wolves

Manchester United endured a dismal Premier League season, recording their lowest finish since 1989-90. However, there were a few moments of joy for the Red Devils' fans.

While Bruno Fernandes showcased his impressive volley technique at Burnley and Marcus Rashford fired a rocket in the Manchester Derby, these moments don’t make the top highlights here. Instead, it was Kobbie Mainoo’s mesmerising run against Wolves that truly stood out.

The teenager, a bright spot in Erik ten Hag's challenging season, scored a sensational 97th-minute winner, sealing a classic victory for the Red Devils, per Premier League.

Mohammed Kudus vs Manchester City

The Ghanaian international has had an impressive debut campaign at West Ham and ended the season spectacularly with an acrobatic goal against the champions.

His overhead kick left Man City manager, Pep Guardiola furiously throwing a water bottle as Arsenal fans held their collective breaths.

Darwin Nunez shares moment with Klopp

Sports Brief has also reported that Darwin Nunez shared a moment with Jurgen Klopp on the dance floor to quell bad blood rumours.

The Liverpool striker was criticised after he failed to applaud the departing manager during his emotional farewell party at Anfield.

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Isaac Darko is a La Liga, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga editor at Sports Brief with a Degree in Journalism and Communications from Ghana Institute of Journalism (2010)