Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool have all possessed some of the best foreign goalscorers in the Premier League’s history.
Liverpool’s Sadio Mane equalled Demba Ba’s record as the highest scorer from Senegal, netting his 43rd Premier League goal with the equaliser against Crystal Palace.
Since its inception in 1992, 106 different nationalities have been represented in the Premier League, with players from 97 of those countries getting themselves on the scoresheet.
The latest player to do actually achieved the feat at the weekend, so let’s hope you were paying attention.
We’re challenging you to name the top goalscorer by every nationality to have scored in the Premier League, and have given you 20 minutes to name all 97.
It’s a big task, so it’s probably best you make yourself a brew and ignore your colleagues to allow you to concentrate. We’re sure they’ll understand.
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