With Sergio Aguero netting a hat-trick over the weekend, here are the top foreign players with the most goals scored in Premier League history, including a two-time African Footballer of the Year, a former Real Madrid forward and a Manchester United striker.
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The top 10 foreign players with the most goals scored in the Premier League share a total of 12 Golden Boots between them, with former Arsenal and FC Barcelona superstar Thierry Henry claiming the top goalscorer award on four different occasions.
The Frenchman, who spent eight years with Arsenal after completing a switch from Serie A giants Juventus in 1999, sits at the summit of the top foreign goalscorers podium with 176 goals in 258 EPL games.
The aforementioned Aguero was in sensational form over the weekend as Pep Guardiola's side not only cut Liverpool's lead at the top of the standings to two points, but also resumed their position in second spot on the league standings.
The Argentine, who netted his 14th hat-trick for the Citizens and his 10th in the Premier League against Arsenal on Sunday, occupies second spot on the foreign EPL goalscorers chart, 19 strikes shy of Henry, who racked up 31 games more than City's all-time top scorer.
Completing the podium is former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie, who claimed two Golden Boot awards (2011/12 and 2012/13) and netted a total of 144 goals in 280 appearances, with 48 of those goals being scored in the colours of United.
A 13-time Premier League winner, who is also the only midfielder in the top 10, also makes the cut, as does French journeyman Nicolas Anelka, who, in addition to having a short stint with Los Blancos, also plied his trade for the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool, Manchester City, Bolton Wanderers and Chelsea.
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