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Check Out The Best Premier League Highest Scoring Starting Eleven Of All Time.

The English Premier League is no doubt one of the best leagues in Europe. The league is known for its everlasting competition and unpredictable scores. Apart from being one of the toughest leagues in Europe, the league is known for producing quality and talented individuals who contest for the Ballon d'Or every year.

We the football fans know very well that scoring in the English Premier League is a very difficult task unlike other leagues in Europe. Although it's very difficult to score, but there are still some talented individuals who know how to find the net all the time.

Having known these, here is the Premier League all-time best scoring starting eleven.


Centre forward: Alan Shearer

Left-wing: Thierry Henry

Right-wing: Cristiano Ronaldo.

This trios above are the all-time highest-scoring forwards in the Premier League. Alan Shearer scored a total of 260 goals making him the Premier League's highest goal scorer of all time. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a total of 118 goals just in 6 seasons in Manchester United before moving to Real Madrid, while Thierry Henry registered a total of 175 goals in his Arsenal career. 


Frank Lampard.

Steven Gerrard.

Paul Scholes.

The Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester United legends are no doubt the best midfielders ever to play in the English Premier League. The trio scored a total of 177, 106, and 107 goals respectively in the Premier League.


Center-backs: John Terry and Garry Cahill.

Gary Cahill and John Terry are some of the best center-back duos in the English Premier League, the England international scored a total of 41 and 28 goals respectively in their Premier League careers.

Left-back: Leighton Baines. Everton legend Baines scored a total of 32 goals.

Right-back: Steve Watson. Watson registered a total of 26 goals in his Premier League career.

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