The ten players who have scored 100 goals for a single English Premier League side in the shortest amount of time have been identified through the study. The players that scored 100 goals in the English Premier League the fastest are listed below.

In just 162 appearances, Mohamed Salah completed the record by scoring his 100th goal for Liverpool against Leeds last month. He became the 30th player to score 100 goals in the English Premier League’s history. The Egyptian is the fifth-fastest player in competition history to reach the milestone with 162 matches under his belt, though. Thirty players have reached a century of goals in the English Premier League, although not all of them have done it while representing the same team. 

The ten players who have scored 100 goals for a single English Premier League side in the shortest amount of time have been identified through the study.

Shearer, who played for Blackburn in the 1990s, became the first player in English Premier League history to score more than 30 goals in three straight seasons. He reached the century mark in just 124 appearances, scoring the game-winning goal against Tottenham in December 1995 to mark the milestone. Following is Harry Kane. As Spurs experienced their finest stretch since the 1980s, Kane developed a habit of rushing past opponents and scoring goals with either foot. He may play with more economy and consideration now, but when Spurs were having their finest season since the 1980s, he had a propensity of dribbling past players and scoring with either foot. The England captain finished his century with a penalty against Anfield in February 2018 and hasn’t slowed down since.

Aguero’s feats appeared eerily routine at this point as if scoring 20+ goals every season were the minimum standard for him. He is the all-time leading goal scorer for Manchester City and the all-time best non-English Premier League scorer. In the English Premier League, Aguero scored 184 goals for City, scoring a century in a 1-1 tie with Newcastle in April 2016. Thierry Henry places second on the list. The France international made a name for himself as the best striker in English football during his remarkable eight-year stint with Arsenal, collecting a record four Golden Boots.

In 2021, Salah eclipsed Roger Hunt, the World Cup champion, as the player who scored 100 league goals for Liverpool the quickest. The Egypt international has swiftly become a fan favorite at Anfield after moving to Liverpool from Roma in 2017. He regularly helps his club transform one point into three. Ian Wright is the next name on the list. Wright made news when he famously lifted his shirt to reveal a vest that said “179 not out”—he had eclipsed Cliff Bastin as Arsenal’s all-time best scorer—after scoring the first of his three goals against Bolton in September 1997. Wright also tallied the club’s 100th Premier League goal in this contest.

Fowler earned the nickname “God” from the red half of Merseyside after scoring his 100th English Premier League goal for Liverpool in a 7-1 victory over Southampton during the 1998–1999 season. Just behind him is Liverpool legend Michael Owen. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Owen was a productive striker who won the Ballon d’Or in 2001. Quickness and youthful recklessness were gifts bestowed to him. In April 2003, Owen scored four goals against West Bromwich Albion, marking his 100th career goal. Vardy is the following. After turning down a trade to Arsenal that summer, the Sheffield-born striker has persisted in driving them in, netting his 100th English Premier League goal in a win against Crystal Palace in July 2020. Rooney, who has 100 goals in 211 appearances, is ranked tenth on the list. Before overtaking Bobby Charlton as the club’s most scorer with a free-kick against Stoke in January 2017, he scored 11 league goals in his first season.