The Belgian has only scored three times in the league in 2020/21, but certainly not for a lack of trying, as he averages 4.2 shots on goal per game.
Overall, his conversion rate is down at 10%.
Out of his 4.2 shots on goal per game, only 1.6 are on target for an accuracy success rate of 38%.
Second on the list is Leeds centre-forward Patrick Bamford, who has enjoyed a fine season upon his side's return to the top flight, scoring 17 goals in 17 starts,
On average, he has 4.0 shots on goal per 90, with 1.7 hitting the target. His conversion rate is slightly better than Benteke's, coming in at 15%.
He averages 3.9 shots on goal, with 1.3 hitting the target and 1.3 being blocked. The large number of blocks do play a part in his conversion rate, as his accuracy is actually at 33%.
Like De Bruyne, Aleksandar Mitrovic hits 3.9 shots on goal per 90, though his accuracy is down at 29%, while his conversion rate is only slightly better than the Belgian's at 6%.
Harry Kane has turned into more of a provider than a goalscorer this season, as he leads the charts for the most assists recorded in Europe's top five leagues in 2020/21.
He still loved having a pop at goal, though, with him hitting 3.8 strikes per game with 1.5 hitting the target. Out of the top five players with the most shots on goal per game, he has the best conversion rate at 17%.
Premier League - Most Shots on Goal P90
|Player||Team||Shots P90||Conversion Rate|
|Christian Benteke||Crystal Palace||4.2||10%|
|Kevin De Bruyne||Man City||3.9||5%|
|Bruno Fernandes||Man Utd||2.6||20%|
He very nearly makes the list, having played 481 minutes so far.