Premier League: Every player to have scored 100 or more goals

 

In all 26 players have scored 100 or more Premier League goals – and there they all are.

Matt Le Tissier – 100 goals

One club wonder Le God weaved all his magic for Southampton.

Didier Drogba – 104 goals

The highest-scoring African in English football history, Drogba netted all his goals for Chelsea

Darren Bent – 106 goals

Still playing in the Championship, Bent has Premier League goals bagged for Ipswich (1), Charlton (31), Tottenham (18), Sunderland (32), Aston Villa (21) and Fulham (3).

Peter Crouch – 106 goals

The much travelled 6ft 7in forward has Premier League goals for Aston Villa (6), Southampton (12), Liverpool (22), Tottenham (12), Portsmouth (11) and Stoke (43).

Paul Scholes – 107 goals

Scholes scores goals was the 1990s mantra and the long-serving Manchester United midfielder netted all of his for the Reds.

Ryan Giggs – 109 goals

Manchester United’s most decorated player scored all his goals for the Reds.

Emile Heskey – 110 goals

The big ex-England man took a lot of stick for not getting enough goals but was on target for Leicester (33), Liverpool (39), Birmingham (14), Wigan (15) and Aston Villa (9).

Dion Dublin – 111 goals

Now a TV star, Dion grabbed goals for Manchester United (2), Coventry (61) and Aston Villa (48).

Ian Wright – 113 goals

Dominated the goal charts at Arsenal (104) for years before ending his top flight career with West Ham (9).

Steven Gerrard – 120 goals

One-club man Stevie G grabbed all his goals for Liverpool.

Dwight Yorke – 123 goals

The friendly face of Dwight netted for Aston Villa (60), Manchester United (48), Blackburn (12), Birmingham (2) and Sunderland (1).

Nicolas Anelka – 125 goals

Another member of the six-club 100 marksmen: Arsenal (23), Liverpool (4), Manchester City (37), Bolton (21), Chelsea (38) and West Brom (2).

Robbie Keane – 126 goals

The much-travelled Ireland striker did the business for six clubs: Coventry (12), Leeds (13), Tottenham (91), Liverpool (5), West Ham (2) and Aston Villa (3).

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink – 129 goals

Made his name at Leeds (34) before completing the ton with Chelsea (70), Middlesbrough (23) and Charlton (2).

Sergio Aguero – 137 goals

Still playing and looking set to add a lot more goals to his total for Manchester City.

Robin Van Persie – 144 goals

The flying Dutchman left Arsenal (96) to win things with Manchester United (48).

Teddy Sheringham – 146 goals

Nottingham Forest (1), Tottenham (98), Manchester United (31), Portsmouth (9) and West Ham (8).

Les Ferdinand – 149 goals

Sir Les made his mark for six clubs: QPR (60), Newcastle (41), Tottenham (33), West Ham (2), Leicester (12) and Bolton (1).

Michael Owen – 150 goals

Former England skipper made his name at Liverpool (118) before also scoring for Newcastle (26), Manchester United (5) and Stoke (1).

Jermain Defoe – 161 goals

Still in the race, Defoe has netted for four teams: West Ham (18), Tottenham (91), Portsmouth (15) Sunderland (34), Bournemouth (3).

Robbie Fowler – 162 goals

The throughbred Scouse netted for three top flight teams: Liverpool (128), Leeds (14) and Manchester City (20).

Thierry Henry – 175 goals

No foreign player has scored more goals in the Premier League than France striker Henry – and he got them all for Arsenal.

Frank Lampard – 177 goals

Lampard holds the goalscoring record for a midfielder having ‘shared’ his goals between three clubs: West Ham (24), Chelsea (147) and Manchester City (6).

Andy Cole – 187 goals

Goal king Cole netted for six different clubs: Newcastle (43), Manchester United (93), Blackburn (27), Fulham (12), Manchester City (9) and Portsmouth (3).

Wayne Rooney – 208 goals

Ex-Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney is not finished yet and is now in the 200 club. United’s all-time scorer, Rooney reached 200 with a goal for Everton – against Manchester City. His Premier League goal split so far is 184 for United and 24 for Everton.

Alan Shearer – 260 goals

Toon legend Shearer is the only player to net 100 Premier League for two different clubs, Blackburn (112) and Newcastle (148).

Premier League: Every player to have scored 100 or more goals