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Top five Premier League strikers of all time: Didier Drogba (Chelsea), Dennis Bergkamp, Eric Cantona (Manchester United), Thierry Henry (Arsenal), Alan Shearer (Newcastle United).

Premier League have always produced top talents. The World’s top strikers have developed their games in Premier League and became one of the greatest names in the history of football.
Top Five Premier League strikers of All-Time



Here are the top five Premier League strikers of all time.

Didier Drogba (Chelsea)
Didier Drogba who is spending his second spell at Stamford Bridge is one of the top striker ever played for Chelsea. The 36-year-old has scored 103 in 243 games and has won every trophy with the London side including 3 Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups, 2 League Cups and a Champions League trophy.

Dennis Bergkamp (Arsenal)
One of the best strikers Arsenal have ever produced. The 45-year-old played 11 seasons at Arsenal before announcing his retirement. The Dutch striker scored 87 goals in 315 games for Arsenal.

Eric Cantona (Manchester United)
Manchester United legend Eric Cantona who was not the goal machine but still managed to get his name on this top five list.  He is fondly remarked by his behavioural issues but but his football abilities were quite exceptional, he played only five season in which he scored 64 goals in 143 appearances for the Red Devils.

Thierry Henry (Arsenal)
Arsenal all-time top scorer and four times Golden boot winner in the Premier League. He scored 175 in 258 appearances during his nine years of stay at Arsenal. He was also the part of the unbeaten Arsenal squad “The Invincibles”.

Alan Shearer (Newcastle United)
Alan Shearer remained one of the top strikers in the Premier League for a long period. He scored 148 goals in 303 games for the Magpies in his 10 years of stay. Not only he did for Newcastle, he also had brilliant seasons at Blackburn where he scored 112 goals in 138 games.


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