From Dixie Dean to Tommy Cook: Every Premier League club’s record goalscorer

first_img 20 20 20 13. Burnley: George Beel, 187 goals in 377 appearances, 1922-32 9 = Arsenal: Thierry Henry, 228 goals in 377 appearances, 1999-2007 and 2012 20. Brighton: Tommy Cook, 123 goals in 209 appearances, 1922-29 20 4. West Brom: Tony Brown, 279 goals in 720 appearances, 1963-81 14. Watford: Luther Blissett, 186 goals in 503 appearances, 1976-92 20 5. Leicester: Arthur Chandler, 273 goals in 419 appearances, 1923-35 1. Everton: Dixie Dean, 383 goals in 433 appearances, active from 1924-38 – click the arrow above, right, to see each Premier League club’s all-time record goalscorer 3. West Ham: Vic Watson, 326 goals in 505 appearances, 1920-35 20 20 12. Newcastle: Alan Shearer, 206 goals in 404 appearances, 1996-2006 20 7. Man United: Wayne Rooney, 253 goals in 559 appearances, 2004-2017 9 = Southampton: Mick Channon, 228 goals in 607 appearances, 1966-77 and 1979-82 20 2. Liverpool: Ian Rush, 346 goals in 660 appearances, 1980-86 and 1988-96 20 20 6. Tottenham: Jimmy Greaves, 266 goals in 379 appearances, 1961-70 20 8. Bournemouth: Ron Eyre, 229 goals in 337 appearances, 1924-33 20 20 20 20 11. Chelsea: Frank Lampard, 211 goals in 648 appearances, 2001-14 20 16. Stoke: John Ritchie (front row centre), 176 goals in 351 appearances, 1963-66 and 1969-74 15. Man City: Sergio Aguero, 177 goals in 262 appearances, 2011-present/Eric Brook, 177 goals in 493 appearances, 1927-39 Sergio Aguero, as most would have expected, moved level with Eric Brook at the top of Manchester City’s all-time record goalscorers in the win over Burnley.Since moving to the Etihad, the Argentine has now scored 177 goals and will command the number one spot for years to come.In light of his achievement, talkSPORT.com has detailed each Premier League club’s all-time goalscorer and their tally – scroll through the gallery above to see the full list, from most to least goals scored. 20 18. Swansea: Ivor Allchurch, 164 goals in 445 appearances, 1947-58 and 1965-68 20 19. Huddersfield: George Brown, 159 goals in 229 appearances, 1921-29 17. Crystal Palace: Peter Simpson, 165 goals in 195 appearances, 1929-35 20last_img

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