Premier League match-day 22 is almost done. Manchester City will finish the round with a home tie against Wolves. The newly-promoted side was the first team to get a point against Pep Guardiola side this season. The biggest game of the weekend went Manchester United way after a 1-0 win against Tottenham Hotspurs at Wembley. Arsenal was the biggest loser but Chelsea is still hanging on. Today, we want to look at six best scorers for a single club in English football history.
5. Ian Rush- 346 Goals
Ian Rush Infographic
💥25 Goals vs @Everton
👏Liverpool highest goal scorer – 346 Goals
🙌Second Highest Fa Cup Scorer Of All Time
🥇1x European Cup
🏅3x Charity Shields
🎖️3x Fa Cups
🔥5x League Cups
🏆5x League Tittles@Ian_Rush9 😍🔴 pic.twitter.com/gXKoMnGuaH
— EZGFX (@EZGFX1) March 26, 2018
Liverpool all-time best goals scorer crown belongs to Ian Rush. The legendary striker netted 346 goals for the Reds in two spells. In 1983/84 season, the forward netted 47 goals in 65 appearances in all competitions. By the time he left the club in 1996, he had scored 25 goals against City rivals Everton. The Welshman helped the club lift 5 League titles, 3 FA Cups, 5 League Cups, and 2 UEFA Champions League crowns. Mohamed Salah and his teammates can only dream of such titles.
4. John Atyeo- 351 Goals
— Bristol City Gr8s (@BristolCityGr8s) July 4, 2014
Bristol City legend John Atyeo takes the fourth spot when it comes to most goals scored for a single club. The legendary striker netted 351 goals for City in a career spanning 15 years. He was a loyal servant of the club despite interest from other clubs.
3. Dixie Dean- 383 Goals
🔵 433 appearances
⚽️ 383 goals
😮 60 league goals in one season
🎩 37 hat-tricks
🏆 5 major honours
— Everton (@Everton) January 22, 2017
Everton legend Dixie Dean takes the third spot when it comes to most goals scored for a single club. The legendary forward scored goals for fun. He netted 383 goals for the Toffees from 1925 to 1937. In 1927/28 season he netted a record 60 goals. He also scored 18 times in only 16 appearances for England. He won the League twice, and FA Cup once.