With Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo netting his 100th Premier League goal over the weekend, here are six other active players who have also achieved this feat!
Click through the gallery above to see seven active players who have scored 100 or more goals in the Premier League, according to Transfermarkt!
The Portuguese's strike in the Red Devils' 3-1 loss to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday ensures that he is the only player to have scored 100 goals in both the EPL and Spain's LaLiga.
He is the newest entrant in the English top flight's 100-goal club, but is far off the highest goalscorer actively playing in the Premier League, with that title belonging to Harry Kane.
The England captain has been in prolific form in the EPL for several years, and his goal tally in the competition is a testimony to that. In fact, since his breakthrough season in the 2014/15 campaign, he has never scored less than 15 goals.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker has 178 EPL goals to his name today, the fifth-most in the competition's history, with his most productive season coming in the 2017/18 campaign when he scored 30 times.
Another Englishman who has managed to find the net at least 100 times in the Premier League is Jamie Vardy, who famously led Leicester City's historic charge to the 2015/16 EPL title when he scored 24 goals – his most prolific season to date.
Interestingly, 94 of his 128 English top flight goals have come after his 30th birthday, beating Ian Wright, who previously held the record with 93 strikes after he turned 30.
The highest-placed African among the top goalscorers in Premier League history is also a player who is currently active, with Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah having scored 119 goals in England's top division to date.
The Egyptian recently surpassed Didier Drogba for the most goal contributions from an African player in EPL history with 170 goals and assists.
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