Premier League 100 membership: Mohamed Salah leapfrogs Nicolas Anelka, Robbie Keane

Sports activities Mole rounds up the newest standings within the Premier League 100-goal membership following Mohamed Salah’s brace towards Tottenham Hotspur.

liverpool‘s Mohammad Salah climbed additional up the all-time Premier League goalscorers record courtesy of his brace towards Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon.

The Egyptian winger scored each objectives as Jurgen Klopp‘s aspect picked up their first away league win of the marketing campaign, ending a run of back-to-back Premier League defeats within the course of.

These objectives take him as much as 126 within the English prime flight, transferring him above two former Liverpool strikers in Anelka and Keane, the latter of whom’s tally he has matched in 143 video games fewer.

Harry Kane was additionally on the scoresheet in that match to maneuver to inside six of turning into solely the third participant to achieve the 200-goal mark.

Right here, Sports activities Mole rounds up the newest standings within the Premier League 100-goal membership.

1. Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United)

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Objectives: 260
Appearances: 441
Ratio: 0.59

2. Wayne Rooney (Everton, Manchester United)

Wayne Rooney for Manchester United© Reuters

Objectives: 208
Appearances: 491
Ratio: 0.42

3. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

Harry Kane celebrates scoring for Tottenham Hotspur on October 12, 2022© Reuters

Objectives: 194
Appearances: 296
Ratio: 0.66

4. Andy Cole (Newcastle United, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester Metropolis, Portsmouth, Sunderland)

Andy Cole for Manchester United in 1999© Reuters

Objectives: 187
Appearances: 414
Ratio: 0.45

5. Sergio Aguero (Manchester Metropolis)

Sergio Aguero pictured during his final Premier League game for Manchester City on May 23, 2021© Reuters

Objectives: 184
Appearances: 275
Ratio: 0.67

6. Frank Lampard (West Ham United, Chelsea, Manchester Metropolis)

Frank Lampard in action for Chelsea in 2014© Reuters

Objectives: 177
Appearances: 609
Ratio: 0.29

7. Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

Thierry Henry playing for Arsenal© Reuters

Objectives: 175
Appearances: 258
Ratio: 0.68

8. Robbie Fowler (Liverpool, Leeds United, Manchester Metropolis)

Robbie Fowler for Liverpool in 1998© Reuters

Objectives: 163
Appearances: 379
Ratio: 0.43

9. Jermain Defoe (West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Bournemouth)

Jermain Defoe in action for Bournemouth on December 17, 2017© Reuters

Objectives: 162
Appearances: 496
Ratio: 0.33

10. Michael Owen (Liverpool, Newcastle United, Manchester United, Stoke Metropolis)

Michael Owen playing for Liverpool© Reuters

Objectives: 150
Appearances: 326
Ratio: 0.46

11. The Ferdinands (Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Leicester Metropolis, Bolton Wanderers)

Les Ferdinand pictured in April 1996© Reuters

Objectives: 149
Appearances: 351
Ratio: 0.42

12. Teddy Sheringham (Nottingham Forest, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Portsmouth, West Ham United)

Teddy Sheringham celebrates scoring for Tottenham in 2002© Reuters

Objectives: 146
Appearances: 418
Ratio: 0.35

13. Robin van Persie (Arsenal, Manchester United)

Robin van Persie celebrates scoring for Arsenal in 2012© Reuters

Objectives: 144
Appearances: 280
Ratio: 0.51

14. Jamie Vardy (Leicester Metropolis)

Leicester City's Jamie Vardy celebrates scoring against Burnley in the Premier League on September 25, 2021© Reuters

Objectives: 134
Appearances: 284
Ratio: 0.47

15. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Leeds United, Chelsea, Middlesbrough, Charlton Athletic)

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink celebrates scoring for Chelsea in 2002© Reuters

Objectives: 127
Appearances: 288
Ratio: 0.44

16. Mohamed Salah (Chelsea, Liverpool)

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah scores their second goal on November 6, 2022© Reuters

Objectives: 126
Appearances: 206
Ratio: 0.61

17. Robbie Keane (Coventry Metropolis, Leeds United, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, West Ham United, Aston Villa)

Robbie Keane celebrates scoring for Tottenham in 2007© Reuters

Objectives: 126
Appearances: 349
Ratio: 0.36

18. Nicolas Anelka (Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester Metropolis, Bolton Wanderers, Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion)

Nicolas Anelka pictured for Chelsea in 2011© Reuters

Objectives: 125
Appearances: 364
Ratio: 0.34

19. Dwight Yorke (Aston Villa, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham Metropolis, Sunderland)

Dwight Yorke celebrates scoring for Manchester United in 2001© Reuters

Objectives: 123
Appearances: 375
Ratio: 0.33

20. Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion, Everton, Manchester United)

Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring their first goal on September 11, 2021© Reuters

Objectives: 121
Appearances: 278
Ratio: 0.44

21. Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)

Steven Gerrard pictured in 2014© Reuters

Objectives: 120
Appearances: 504
Ratio: 0.24

22. Ian Wright (Arsenal, West Ham United)

Ian Wright celebrates scoring for Arsenal in 1997© Reuters

Objectives: 113
Appearances: 213
Ratio: 0.53

23. Raheem Sterling (Liverpool, Manchester Metropolis, Chelsea)

Chelsea's Raheem Sterling celebrates scoring their first goal in August 2022© Reuters

Objectives: 112
Appearances: 332
Ratio: 0.34

24. Sadio Mane (Southampton, Liverpool)

Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring their first goal on September 18, 2021© Reuters

Objectives: 111
Appearances: 263
Ratio: 0.42

25. Dion Dublin (Manchester United, Coventry Metropolis, Aston Villa)

Dion Dublin celebrates for Coventry City in 1997© Reuters

Objectives: 111
Appearances: 312
Ratio: 0.36

26. Emile Heskey (Leicester Metropolis, Liverpool, Birmingham Metropolis, Wigan Athletic, Aston Villa)

Emile Heskey pictured for Liverpool in March 2004© Reuters

Objectives: 110
Appearances: 516
Ratio: 0.21

27. Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)

Ryan Giggs pictured in 2008

Objectives: 109
Appearances: 632
Ratio: 0.17

28. Peter Crouch (Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke Metropolis)

Peter Crouch in action for Stoke City as they tumble out of the Premier League on May 5, 2018© Reuters

Objectives: 108
Appearances: 468
Ratio: 0.23

29. Paul Scholes (Manchester United)

Paul Scholes pictured in 2010© Reuters

Objectives: 107
Appearances: 499
Ratio: 0.21

30. Darren Bent (Ipswich City, Charlton Athletic, Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Fulham)

Darren Bent celebrates scoring for Tottenham in 2009© Reuters

Objectives: 106
Appearances: 276
Ratio: 0.38

31. Didier Drogba (Chelsea)

Didier Drogba celebrates after winning the Premier League title with Chelsea in 2014-15© Reuters

Objectives: 104
Appearances: 254
Ratio: 0.41

32. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)

Manchester United attacker Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring against Norwich City on April 16, 2022© Reuters

Objectives: 103
Appearances: 236
Ratio: 0.44

33. Matt Le Tissier (Southampton)

Matt Le Tissier celebrates for Southampton in 1996© Reuters

Objectives: 100
Appearances: 270
Ratio: 0.37

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