The most prolific Premier League goalscorers from every country in the world

It doesn’t get much better than the Premier League.

Ever since 1992, the division has been serving us top-quality entertainment and most supporters will agree that its the most wonderfully unpredictable league out there.

Manchester United dominated the opening three decades under Sir Alex Ferguson, but we recently went almost 10 years without a single team retaining their crown.

Massive teams aside, though, and players can make themselves into legends by scoring in the division, pushing as close to Alan Shearer’s record of 260 goals as possible.

Nobody has gotten all that close to Shearer’s remarkable numbers, but you can bet that the likes of Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane will make sure they finish high in the rankings.

However, we’ve decided to take a unique twist on the Premier League scoring statistics and want to celebrate the international feel to England’s flagship event.

So, using the answers from celebrated quiz website Sporcle, we have revealed the highest Premier League scorer from every country in the world (and some disputed territories for good measure):

Algeria: Riyad Mahrez (46 goals)

Angola: Manucho (2 goals)

Antigua & Barbuda: Mikele Leigertwood (2 goals)

Argentina: Sergio Aguero (170 goals)

Armenia: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (13 goals)

Australia: Mark Viduka (92 goals)

Austria: Marko Arnautovic (43 goals)

Barbados: Emerson Boyce (11 goals)

Belarus: Alex Hleb (8 goals)

Belgium: Romelu Lukaku (113 goals)

Benin: Stephane Sessegnon (25 goals)

Bermuda: Shaun Goater (13 goals)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Edin Dzeko (50 goals)

Brazil: Roberto Firmino (50 goals)

Bulgaria: Dimitar Berbatov (94 goals)

Burkina Faso: Bertrand Traore (2 goals)

Burundi: Saido Berahino (23 goals)

Cameroon: Joseph-Desire Job (16 goals)

Canada: Tomasz Radzinski (35 goals)

Chile: Alexis Sanchez (63 goals)

China: Sun Jihai (3 goals)

Colombia: Juan Pablo Angel (44 goals)

Congo: Chris Samba (16 goals)

Costa Rica: Paulo Wanchope (50 goals)

Croatia: Nikica Jelavic (29 goals)

Curacao: Leandro Bacuna (6 goals)

Czech Republic: Patrik Berger (38 goals)

Denmark: Christian Eriksen (50 goals)

DR Congo: Lomana LuaLua (24 goals)

Ecuador: Antonio Valencia (24 goals)

Egypt: Mohamed Salah (57 goals)

England: Alan Shearer (260 goals)

Estonia: Ragnar Klavan (1 goal)

Finland: Mikael Forssell (24 goals)

France: Thierry Henry (175 goals)

Gabon: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (35 goals)

Gambia: Modou Barrow (1 goal)

Georgia: Temuri Ketsbaia (8 goals)

Germany: Mesut Ozil (32 goals)

Ghana: Tony Yeboah (24 goals)

Gibraltar: Danny Higginbotham (9 goals)

Greece: Stelios Giannakopoulos (20 goals)

Grenada: Jason Roberts (36 goals)

Guinea: Titi Camara (9 goals)

Guyana: Carl Cort (28 goals)

Honduras: Maynor Figueroa (4 goals)

Hungary: Zoltan Gera (17 goals)

Iceland: Gylfi Sigurdsson (59 goals)

Iran: Ashkan Dejagah (6 goals)

Israel: Yossi Benayoun (31 goals)

Italy: Paolo Di Canio (66 goals

Ivory Coast: Didier Drogba (104 goals)

Jamaica: Jason Euell (56 goals)

Japan: Shinji Okazaki (14 goals)

Kenya: Victor Wanyama (10 goals)

Korea Republic: Son Heung-min (42 goals)

Latvia: Marians Pahars (42 goals)

Liberia: George Weah (4 goals)

Macedonia: Gjorgji Hristov (4 goals)

Mali: Frederic Kanoute (43 goals)

Mexico: Javier Hernandez (53 goals)

Montenegro: Stevan Jovetic (8 goals)

Montserrat: Ruel Fox (36 goals)

Morocco: Hassan Kachloul (16 goals)

Netherlands: Robin Van Persie (144 goals)

New Zealand: Chris Wood (21 goals)

Nigeria: Yakubu (95 goals)

Northern Ireland: Iain Dowie (33 goals)

Norway: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (91 goals) 

Paraguay: Roque Santa Cruz (26 goals)

Peru: Nolberto Solano (49 goals)

Poland: Robert Warzycha & Marcin Wasilewski & Jan Bednarek (1 goal)

Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo (84 goals)

Republic of Ireland: Robbie Keane (126 goals)

Romania: Dan Petrescu (23 goals)

Russia: Andrei Kanchelskis (42 goals)

Saint Kitts & Nevis: Bobby Bowry (1 goal)

Scotland: Duncan Ferguson (69 goals)

Senegal: Sadio Mane (68 goals)

Serbia: Savo Milosevic (29 goals)

Sierra Leone (1) Kei Kamara (1 goal)

Slovakia: Szilard Nemeth (23 goals)

Slovenia: Robert Koren (4 goals)

South Africa: Benni McCarthy (37 goals)

Spain: Fernando Torres (85 goals)

Sweden: Fredrik Ljungberg (48 goals)

Switzerland: Xherdan Shaqiri (21 goals)

Togo: Emmanuel Adebayor (97 goals)

Trinidad & Tobago: Dwight Yorke (123 goals)

Tunisia: Radhi Jaidi (8 goals)

Turkey: Muzzy Izzet (34 goals)

Ukraine: Sergei Rebrov (10 goals)

USA: Clint Dempsey (57 goals)

Uruguay: Luis Suarez (69 goals)

Venezuela: Salomon Rondon (35 goals)

Wales: Ryan Giggs (109 goals)

Zimbabwe: Peter Ndlovu (34 goals)

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