Leading Men

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Scoring in Premier league must be a great feeling but which stars have scored the most in the league’s history? Have a look below:

05: Harry Kane (Spurs – 183 goals )

Already a Tottenham Hotspur legend and one of the best English strikers of all time to play in the English Premier League. Harry Kane has already scored 183 goals in 279 appearances for the Lillywhites.

The 29-year-old Englishman has also scored 20 plus goals in five of those Premier League seasons. Kane is also just short of one goal from the next entry in this list.

04: Sergio Aguero (Manchester City – 184 goals)

The astonishing Manchester City great is the club’s all-time leading scorer sitting fourth on the Premier League list. The 34-year-old is the highest-scoring player for the Sky Blues with 184 goals in just 275 appearances.

The Argentine was bought from Atletico Madrid to Manchester City for a then-record fee for a youngster and went on to become a club legend at the Etihad.


03: Andy Cole (Manchester United – 187 goals)

Former English striker is known for his successive tenure with Manchester United where he banged 187 goals in 461 appearances. He won 5 Premier league titles, 2 FA Cups and the UEFA Champions league with the Red Devils.

02: Wayne Rooney (Manchester United – 208 goals)

The Manchester United legend has recently hung up his boots. Having registered 208 goals to his name, the aggressive attacker aimed to break the record for all time Premier League record but fell short.

He recently was appointed as Derby County manager but decided to part ways after the Rams were relegated to League One.

01: Alan Shearer (Newcastle United – 260 goals)

The unstoppable striker was one of the best Premier league has ever seen. With 260 league goals to his name, he was unfortunate to have won the title only once in his remarkable career.

Shearer was proficient with his head and was a penalty kick specialist with 58 of his goals coming via the spot. He represented Southampton, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United in the English Premier league.

Harshwardhan Sinh Waghela
Harsh is a Psychology graduate from Mumbai’s Jai Hind college, no wonder then he always feels ‘Blue’! Currently he can be found tramping around Delhi with team FootTheBall. Supports Chelsea

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