When was the last time an Englishman scored for your Premier League club?

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Listed below are the last English goalscorers for each Premier League club.  Perhaps surprisingly, Aston Villa, Everton, Hull City, Southampton and Chelsea round out the top five clubs that have gone the longest without an English player scoring a league goal.

Arsenal – Theo Walcott, February 10th 2015 (nine days).  Walcott scored the eventual winner in a 2-1 victory for the Gunners against Leicester City.

Aston Villa – Ciaran Clark*, December 7th 2014 (74 days).  While Clark currently represents the Republic of Ireland, he was born in England and featured for multiple youth England national teams.

Burnley – Danny Ings, February 11th 2015 (eight days).  The current in demand England U/21 forward scored his team’s only goal in a 3-1 defeat against Manchester United.

Chelsea – John Terry, January 1st 2015 (49 days).  Terry, the former England captain, scored the final goal in a thrilling 5-3 loss for the Blues against Tottenham on New Year’s Day.

Crystal Palace – Frazier Campbell, February 11th 2015 (eight days).  Campbell leveled for Palace in the 71st minute against Newcastle to share the points at Selhurst Park.

Everton – Ross Barkley, December 15th 2014 (66 days).  The promising midfielder scored the first of Everton’s trio of goals in a victory over Queens Park Rangers back in December.

Hull City – James Chester*, December 26th 2014 (55 days).  Despite the fact that Chester features for the Wales national team (qualifies through his mother’s birthplace), he was born and raised in England.

Leicester City – Paul Konchesky, January 10th 2015 (40 days).  Konchesky scored the lone goal in the Foxes victory over Aston Villa.

Liverpool – Steven Gerrard, February 10th 2015 (nine days).  Gerrard converted from the spot during Liverpool’s big win over Tottenham at Anfield.

Manchester City – James Milner, February 11th 2015 (eight days).  The England international scored City’s third of four goals against Stoke City.

Manchester United – Chris Smalling, February 11th 2015 (eight days).  Smalling scored two goals against Burnley during United’s victory at Old Trafford.

Newcastle United – Jack Colback, February 8th 2015 (11 days).  Colback, a Newcastle upon Tyne native, scored his team’s only goal in a 1-1 draw at home to Stoke City.

Queens Park Rangers – Bobby Zamora, February 10th 2015 (nine days).  The former Fulham striker gave QPR a 2-0 lead in the first half during his team’s victory over Sunderland.

Southampton – Ryan Bertrand, December 26th 2014 (55 days).  The defender scored the eventual winner against Crystal Palace on Boxing Day.

Stoke City – Peter Crouch, February 11th 2015 (eight days).  The lanky center forward scored a consolation goal for the Potters during their 4-1 defeat to Manchester City.

Sunderland – Jermain Defoe, February 7th 2015 (12 days).  Defoe scored Sunderland’s only goal in a 1-1 draw against Swansea City.

Swansea City – Jonjo Shelvey, February 1st 2015 (18 days).  Shelvey scored the game-winning goal late in the match against Southampton to give the Swans all three points at St. Mary’s.

Tottenham Hotspur – Harry Kane, February 10th 2015 (nine days).  The in-form striker scored in the first half of his team’s 3-2 defeat at Anfield.

West Bromwich Albion – Saido Berahino*, February 11th 2015 (eight days).  Although Berahino was born in Burundi, he has featured for multiple England youth teams.

West Ham United – Steward Downing, January 18th 2015 (32 days).  Downing capped off a 3-0 win for the Hammers over Hull City with a goal in the 72nd minute of the match.

 

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  1. StellaWasAlwaysDown February 20, 2015
  2. Yespage February 20, 2015
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