Manchester City legend, David Silva is the fastest player in English Premier League history to reach 200 league wins. The Spaniard achieved the milestone after just 289 games and he retired in 2019 and moved to Real Sociedad in the Spanish laliga.
Chelsea legends, John Terry and Petr Cech make up the top 3 after reaching 200 wins within 305 and 310 games respectively. 5 Manchester United legends who were part of the Sir Alex Ferguson's era are amongst the top 10 names. Below is the list of names and how many games it took each player:
1. David Silva - 289 Games
2. John Terry - 305 Games
3. Petr Cech - 310 Games
4. Ryan Giggs - 315 Games
5. Ashley Cole - 318 Games
6. Paul Scholes - 323 Games
7. Wayne Rooney - 323 Games
8. Gary Neville - 327 Games
9. Phil Neville - 328 Games
10. Roy Keane - 334 Games
The English Premier League is one of the oldest and best football championships in Europe. It is widely regarded as the most famous and followed competition also. It has housed a host of world class players and coaches since inception.
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