Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Top Goal Scorers in All Competitions Through 2016

Continuing with stats, here is an updated list of Sporting KC goal scorers in all competitions.

19961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012 - 2013 - 2014  - 2015

1. Preki - 81 (71 league, 8 playoff, 1 open cup, 1 international) (-)

2. Dom Dwyer - 61 - (52 league, 2 playoff, 5 open cup, 2 international) (+2)

3. Davy Arnaud - 52 (43 league, 4 playoff, 5 open cup) (-1)

4. Josh Wolff - 46 (43 league, 1 playoff, 2 open cup) (-1)

5. Chris Klein - 43 (39 league, 3 playoff, 1 open cup) (-)

6. Kei Kamara - 41 (38 league 3 open cup) (-)

7. Mo Johnston - 32 (31 league, 1 playoff) (-)

8. Vitalis "Digital" Takawira - 31 (28 league, 2 playoff, 1 open cup) (-)

9. Scott Sealy - 30 (28 league, 2 open cup) (-)

10. Graham Zusi - 29 (26 league, 3 open cup) (-)

11. Benny Feilhaber - 28 (24 league, 3 open cup, 1 international) (+4)

12. CJ Sapong - 27 (20 league, 2 playoff, 5 open cup) (-2)

13. Teal Bunbury - 24 (19 league, 2 playoff, 3 open cup) (-1)

14T. Mark Chung - 21 (20 league, 1 playoff) (-1)

14T. Chris Brown - 21 (15 league, 1 playoff, 2 open cup, 3 international) (-1)

16. Igor Simutenkov - 20 (12 league, 3 playoff, 5 open cup) (-1)

17. Matt McKeon - 18 (13 league, 3 playoff, 1 open cup, 1 international) (-)

18T. Miklos Molnar - 17 (12 league, 5 playoff) (-)

18T. Eddie Johnson - 17 (17 league) (-)

18T. Jimmy Conrad - 17 (17 league) (-)

As with league play, Dom Dwyer moved into second for goal scoring for KC, he's now just 20 goals behind Preki in all competitions from catching KC's all time leading scorer. Elsewhere on the list, Graham Zusi broke his tie with CJ Sapong for 10th place on the list. Benny Feilhaber also moved past Sapong in 2016 in all competitions and is right at Zusi's heals for a top 10 spot. No new players joined the list in 2016, Peterson missed out, finishing two goals short. As for who can join in 2017, like with league play, it'll probably take a surprise coming in this season as the highest scoring player currently not on the list is Kevin Ellis with eight goals.

Kevin Ellis - 8
Ike Opara - 7
Lawrence Olum - 5
Roger Espinoza - 4
Matt Besler - 3
Seth Sinovic - 3
Diego Rubio - 3
Soni Mustivar - 1
Jimmy Medranda - 1
Cameron Porter - 1

No comments: