They are many African footballers who have played in the English Premier League and some are still playing with brighter future unlike the old footballers who could not make the kind of names the younger generations are making for themselves. Below is a list of the only 3 African players to score up to 100 goals and more in the English Premier League.
Didier Drogba is an Ivorian striker who is well known all over the world. During his time in the English Premier League, he played for the Chelsea team and he was able to score up to 100 goals before leaving the EPL.
Mohammed Salah is a popular name that need no introduction to football lovers. His style of play is often likened to that of Lionel Messi. He has been amazing and he is the second African players to score up to 100 goals in EPL.
Sadio Mane is the third African player from Africa to score up to 100 goals in the English Premier League. The most amazing thing about Mane's goals is that he did not have a single penalty to his record.
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