Brighton & Hove Albion found the back of the net 45 times last season, 35 of which came in the Premier League and a further ten strikes in the Emirates FA Cup.
Albion’s post-war record goalscorer Glenn Murray scored exactly a third  of the team’s goals, which took him past a century of strikes for the Seagulls since his first at the Withdean Stadium in 2008.
Shane Duffy lashed home his first-ever Premier League goal against Manchester United in August, before adding a further four goals to finish the season as the league’s top-scoring defender.
Florin Andone joined the Irishman on five goals — the Romanian scored crucial headed winners against Huddersfield Town at the John Smith’s Stadium and Amex Stadium, as well as a brilliant solo effort against Crystal Palace.
Jurgen Locadia and Anthony Knockaert both ended the campaign on four goals — the Dutchman fired home in back-to-back home matches against Arsenal and Everton, while Knockaert’s stunner at Selhurst Park won March’s Goal of the Month award.
Pascal Gross chipped in with three goals, including two against Manchester United, while homegrown duo Solly March and Lewis Dunk both found the back of the net twice.
Dunk headed home in back-to-back away visits to Everton and Cardiff City, while March’s dramatic second goal of the season in the FA Cup at Millwall will be pleasantly remembered for years to come.
Albion’s five remaining goals were scored by Leon Balogun, Beram Kayal, Dale Stephens, Yves Bissouma and Davy Propper.
Kayal, Stephens and Propper fired their first goals in the Premier League, Balogun volleyed a memorable goal against Crystal Palace after coming straight off the bench and Bissouma’s first strike for the Seagulls came in the FA Cup at Bournemouth.
Paul Hazlewood and Bennett Dean were pitchside throughout the season to capture all of Albion’s 45 goals.