Jamie Vardy from Leicester City Photo: VCG
“Jamie Vardy celebration” is a song that has long been a favorite for fans of Leicester City, but they sing loudly than ever when their killer following pledges scores in the English Premier League.
it will be his 100th goal in the English top flight and mark another remarkable step for the former non-league player who became champion of England and pulled the shirt of their national team.
that is to say how it will come, not as the Vardy Foxes fans or will care? Regarding Interestingly, the statistics give a clue
Vardy scored 12 with his head, with his left foot 25 and 62 with his right foot – .. Of which 18 were penalties
[123 ] thebiggest question is when Vardy can now reach his century el’UEFA announced that all European football was canceled until further notice?
There is no easy answer to this, but here that he can join the Premier League “100 Club. “
Matt Le Tissier – 100 goals
The man of a club scored all his goals for Southampton, where he was known by fans as The God . Le Tissier had a penchant for the dramatic and often seemed he was driving his own goal of the award of the season. Not that it ever has earned the favor of patrons England
Darren Bent -. 106 goals
Ipswich Town, Charlton Athletic, Tottenham, Sunderland, Aston Villa and Fulham all seenBent notch in the Premier League, where he was a poaching target man. None of his goals was stranger than when he beat Reina to LiverpoolPepe for Sunderland with a deflection of a beach ball
Paul Scholes -. 107 goals
“He scores goals my Lord, he scores goals,” Ban was the Old Trafford faithful Scholes scored 107 on two trips to Manchester United. He began his career as a striker, making his debut there, before returning to become a commanding midfield.
Peter Crouch – 108 goals
One of the most endearing men of football, Crouch has scored goals wherever he went – and he went everywhere . Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City fans and Burnley all saw saw Crouchy in their colors, and now he has won more and more fans with his podcast
Emile Heskey. – 110 goals
“5-1 mêmeHeskey scored,” was a song disdainful England Germans after a win in Munich, but the old man Leicester scored almost everywhere he . played from Leicester City as a teenager, Heskey has also now in Liverpool, Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa
Dion Dublin -. 111 goals
Signed by Alex Ferguson to lead the line at Manchester United, the Dublin career derailed by a break in the leg but neither horrible nor that moves at Coventry City and AstonVilla, or fall to the defense stopped his eye for goal
Ian Wright -. 113 goals
most of his goals came from his time at Arsenal, but he also scored for West Ham United in a Premier League career that has also taken in time Manchester City and Burnley.
Steven Gerrard – 120 goals
Another man of a club, Kop hero Gerrard scored all his goals for Liverpool and they all came from midfield . He started on the right side of that before becoming a marauding team a man
Harry Kane -. 136 goals
The only player of the “100 Club” still playing in the Premier League, Kane was unabated since breaking into the Spurs side. TheEngland captain began his career in the youth team of their fierce rivals Arsenal
Teddy Sheringham -. 146 goals
A player synonymous with Tottenham Hotspur Sheringham scored the first goal the Premier League in 1992, while at Nottingham Forest before moving to North London and finishing top scorer the top league. His career also took Manchester United, Portsmouth and West Ham United
The Ferdinand -. 149 goals
“The Sir” as he was known in his time at Newcastle United was devastating in the air, as he had already proved to Queens Park Rangers. He was replaced as No.9 Newcastle Alan Shearer, who literally took the shirt to him beforestints at Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Leicester City and Bolton Wanderers
Michael Owen -. 150 goals
A young sensation in Liverpool, Owen’s career ended less spectacular than his earlier shown promise. After moving to Real Madrid, he returned to England with Newcastle United before a transfer shock for Manchester United, then a last stand at Stoke City
Jermain Defoe -. 162 goals
Defoe was a player who casséà through at West Ham before a Spurs move which added to his reputation. More goals come to Portsmouth, Sunderland and Bournemouth, which he joined after a stint in Major League Soccer with Toronto FC
Robbie Fowler-. 163 goals
another player who came through Liverpool as a teenager and another revered as “God” by fans, Fowler does not live entirely in his first billing but scored at Leeds United, Manchester City and Blackburn Rovers.
Frank Lampard – 177 goals
Chelsea manager has scored most of his goals for the same club after leaving West Ham United. He would end his scoring exploits at Manchester City while the burden of their sister club in New York
Andy Cole -. 187 goals
Burst on the scene Premier League with Newcastle United and won titles galore after moving to Manchester, Cole has never had a look with England, but more yourrd scored in Blackburn, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth and Sunderland.
Wayne Rooney – 208 goals
now at Derby County, Rooney could yet add to goals at Manchester United between two stints at the club of his Everton infancy
Alan Shearer – 260 goals
The greatest goalscorer in English football? Shearer is up there. The man known as a TV expert all sorts of goals for Southampton, Blackburn and Newcastle side his childhood
journal title :. Club 100