10. Harry Kewell - 57 Goals
Harry Kewell made his name with Leeds before making a high-profile move to Liverpool in 2003. Sadly for the Anfield faithful, Kewell will most likely be remembered for his injury-troubles more than his goals; the Australian never really got going and limped off early on in the Champions League final in 2005. In 2008 he left England to join Galatasaray, but not before establishing himself as the 10th highest scoring midfielder in Premier League history. The winger hit just 12 of his 57 Premier League goals for Liverpool.