Premier League will pave way for FA Cup fourth-round matches this weekend starting with Arsenal versus Manchester United clash at Emirates tonight. Other four top Leagues will continue as the search for Cardiff City new striker Emiliano Sala carry on. Sokkaa and football fans in Africa and beyond continue to hope and pray for the striker and his pilot. Today, Today, as we continue to enjoy the new campaign; we want to look at the six youngest players to score 100 League goals in England since 1992.
6. Alan Shearer- 25 years & 137 days
— Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) January 25, 2019
Premier League record goals scorer Alan Shearer takes position six on the list. He scored goals for fun during his time. It is a shame that he won only one Premier League title. He will be worth millions if he played in the modern game. The English striker needed only 124 matches to score his first 100 goals aged 25 years and 137 days. He played for Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, and Southampton.
5.Romelu Lukaku- 24 years & 322 days
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) March 31, 2018
Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku dethroned Allan Shearer to become the fifth youngest player to reach 100 goals in Premier League. The Belgian is also the only non-British player on the list. He achieved the milestone aged 24 years and 322 days. This puts together the goals he scored for Everton and West Brom.
4. Harry Kane- 24 years & 191 days
100 – Harry Kane has scored 100 goals in the Premier League in just 141 appearances – only Alan Shearer (124) reached the 100 goals in the competition in fewer games. Ton. pic.twitter.com/04KMy99O11
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 4, 2018
Tottenham Hotspurs goal machine Harry Kane is the latest striker to join the 100 goals club. England forward achieved the milestone against Liverpool in 2017/18 season aged 24 years and 191 days. Allan Shearer congratulated him after the game. He becomes the second fastest player to reach 100 goals behind Shearer (124) after doing it in 141 matches.