Much has been made of Sergio Aguero reaching 100 Premier League goals in the second-quickest ever time with his 14 minute strike against Newcastle.
The Manchester City man reached his century after 147 appearances, with only Alan Shearer’s 124 games a quicker ascent to the target.
This had led to many punters lauding the Argentina international as the best and most prolific striker currently in operation in the English top-flight, but if you dig deeper into the stats vault, he comes up short.
A quick glance at shot-conversion rates in the division this season shows you that there are number of players with a better eye for goal than the 27-year-old.
Despite scoring every 99 minutes, making him the most efficient hitman in terms of goals-per-minute, only 20.2% of his shots have found the net, meaning he is the tenth most effective in terms of shots-per-goal.
When you exclude those with less than ten appearances, Aguero goes up to sixth, but is still a way behind the cream of the crop.
Benik Afobe leads the way, with the Bournemouth man finding the net with 38.5% of his attempts.
Interestingly, a man who has filled in for Aguero for much of the season is just behind the Cherries goal machine.
Kelechi Iheanacho has done more than just make up the numbers for Man City, with his 25% conversion rate showing that the 19-year-old is definitely a star for the future.
Duncan Watmore is another surprising member of the list, with the young Sunderland winger scoring 23.1% of his chances.
Jamie Vardy and Bojan are the other two above Aguero, with the Leicester man on the same number of league goals as the Argentine this term (22), but does so with a rate of 21.2%.
Regularly finding the net clearly marks out a top goal-getter and the fact that there are so many other players ahead of the Man City man meanshe has competition when it comes to being the most effective striker in the league this season.