3. Ryan Giggs- 39 years & 87 Days
Di hari ini pada tahun 2010, #MUFC berhasil mengalahkan Tottenham Hotspur di Old Trafford, dimana 2 gol dari Ryan Giggs, dan satu gol dari Nani membawa United menang dengan skor 3-1. pic.twitter.com/yn55VDqyFY
— Manchester United (@ManUtd_ID) April 24, 2018
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs needed one more year to retire with one more record but the club offered him a chance to manage and he hanged his boots. The legendary Wales winger won it all during his career at Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson. He won a record 13 Premier League titles and 2 UEFA Champions League crowns among other many trophies. He scored his last goals at the age of 39 years and 87 Days. He is now the Coach of Wales national team.
2. Dean Windass- 39 years & 236 Days
— Football Remind (@FootballRemind) February 10, 2018
Bradford City legend Dean Windass played his last match for Hull City in 2008/09 season. He scored only one goal in the Premier League that season and that is the reason why he makes the list. He was 39 years and 236 Days then.
1. Teddy Sheringham- 40 years & 268 Days
Happy 51st birthday to Teddy Sheringham!
He's the oldest scorer in Premier League history – 40 years and 268 days old for West Ham in 2006. pic.twitter.com/geVN4Cj3I5
— 8 Fact Football (@8FactFootballl) April 2, 2017
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs legend Teddy Sheringham takes the crown for oldest goal scorers in Premier League history. The former England striker scored his last goal in the League for West Ham in 2006/07 season aged 40 years and 268 Days. The legendary forward won 3 Premier League titles, 1 FA Cup and 1 UEFA Champions League crown in the famous 1999 treble winning Red Devils team.