Every Premier League club’s top three international goalscorers

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Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal possess some of the Premier League’s most prolific international goalscorers.

Since it’s the international break, we’ve looked at each club’s top scorers at international level.

Let’s face it, you’re going to need something to test your mates on while you struggle to watch the games this weekend, so you might as well use this.

Arsenal
Alexis Sanchez (Chile) – 38
Olivier Giroud (France) – 28
Mesut Ozil (Germany) – 22

Bournemouth
Jermain Defoe (England) – 20
Joshua King (Norway) – 10
Benik Afobe (DR Congo) – 1

Brighton
Tomer Hemed (Israel) – 15
Davy Propper (Netherlands) – 3
Shane Duffy (Republic of Ireland), Biram Kayal (Israel) & Jose Izquierdo (Columbia) – 1

Burnley
Chris Wood (New Zealand) – 24
Jonathan Walters (Republic of Ireland) – 14
Sam Vokes (Wales) – 8

Chelsea
Eden Hazard (Belgium) – 20
Pedro (Spain) – 17
Alvaro Morata (Spain) – 12

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Crystal Palace
Christian Benteke (Belgium) – 12
Chung-Yong Lee (South Korea) – 8
James McArthur (Scotland) & Bakary Sako (Mali) – 4

Everton
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland) – 18
Kevin Mirallas (Belgium) – 10
Yannick Bolasie (DR Congo) – 8

Huddersfield
Aaron Mooy (Australia) – 5
Danny Williams (USA) – 2
Laurent Depoitre (Belgium) & Steve Mounie (Benin) – 1

Leicester
Shinji Okazaki (Japan) – 50
Islam Slimani (Algeria) – 25
Ahmed Musa (Nigeria) – 13

Liverpool
Mo Salah (Egypt) – 32
Sadio Mane (Senegal) 13
Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands), Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) & Philippe Coutinho (Brazil) – 8

Man City
Sergio Augero (Argentina) – 43
David Silva (Spain) – 33
Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) – 13

Man Utd
Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) – 28
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Armenia) – 24
Marouane Fellaini (Belgium) – 16

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Newcastle
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia) & Christian Atsu (Ghana) – 10
Chancel Mbemba (DR Congo) & Matt Ritchie (Scotland) – 3
Ciaran Clark (Republic of Ireland) – 2

Southampton
Shane Long (Republic of Ireland) – 17
Dusan Tadic (Serbia) – 12
Steven Davis (Northern Ireland) & Maya Yoshida (Japan) – 10

Stoke
Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) – 20
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (Cameroon) – 13
Mame Biran Diouf (Senegal) – 10

Swansea
Wilfried Bony (Ivory Coast) – 15
Jordan Ayew (Ghana) – 12
Sung-Yong Ki (South Korea) – 9

Tottenham
Christian Eriksen (Denmark) – 18
Heung-min Son (South Korea) – 17
Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 12

Watford
Molla Wague (Mali) & Sebastian Prodl (Austria) – 4
Andre Carrillo (Peru) – 3
Craig Cathcart (Northern Ireland) – 2

West Brom
Salomon Rondon (Venezuela) – 19
James McClean (Republic of Ireland) & Gareth McAuley (Northern Ireland) – 9
Nacer Chadli (Belgium) & Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales) – 5

West Ham
Javier Hernandez (Mexico) – 48
Marko Arnautovic (Austria) – 16
Andre Ayew (Ghana) – 14


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