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Goalscorers Index

England's Opposing Goalscorers

Last update includes no. 1034 against Hungary on 14 June 2022

 

Own Goals
Thirty 0.03% of the goals scored against England have come from England player's themselves

Seven
Player 1878-79 1879-80 1880-81 1881-82 1882-83 1883-84
 
John Smith Scotland 11 2 3 1
Geordie Kerr Scotland   3 2 2
Player 1912-13 1913-14 1921-22 1922-23 1924-25 1926-27
 
Billy Gillespie Ireland 2 1 1 1 1 1

Six
Player 1948-49 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1954-55  
 
Lawrie Reilly Scotland 1 1 1 2 1  

Five
Player 2003-04 2012-13        
 
Zlatan Ibrahimović Sweden 1 4        

England's Opposing Goalscorers by era
  
1872-90 (71 goals)
Player 1873-74 1874-75 1875-76 1877-78 1878-79 1879-80 1880-81 1881-82 1882-83 1883-84 Total
 
Geordie Kerr Scotland 3 2 2 7
John Smith Scotland 1 1 2 3 1
Angus MacKinnon Scotland 1 1 1 2 5
Harry McNiel Scotland 1 1 2 4
John McDougall Scotland 3 1
 
Billy Lewis Wales (1885-90), William Owen Wales (1882-89), own goals (1881-89) 3
 
John Ferguson Scotland (1877), Johnny Kay Scotland (1880-82), Jackie Vaughan Wales (1881-82) 2
 
Jimmy Allen Scotland (1887), Frederick Anderson Scotland (1874), Peter Andrews Scotland (1875), John Baird Scotland (1880), Billy Crone Ireland (1888), William Henry Davies Wales (1879), Jack Doughty Wales (1888), William Gibb Scotland (1873), William Harrower Scotland (1882), Thomas Highet Scotland (1876), David Hill Scotland (1881), Leitch Kier Scotland (1887), Joe Lindsay Scotland (1885), James McCall Scotland (1887), John McGregor Scotland (1878), James McLaren Scotland (1889), John McPherson Scotland (1882-90), Robert McPherson Scotland (1882-90), Billy McWha Ireland (1884), John Morgan Wales (1882), Neil Munro Scotland (1889), Henry Renny-Tailyour Scotland (1873), James Richmond Scotland (1877), John Roberts Wales (1880), William Roberts Wales (1880), George Somerville Scotland (1886), Jimmy Williams Ireland (1886), James Wilton Ireland (1889) 1
 
Total (39 goalscorers) 71

1890-1900 (29 goals)
Player 1891-92 1895-96 1899-1900 Total
 
Jack Bell Scotland 1 1 1 3
Bob McColl Scotland 3
 
William Lambie Scotland (1894-96), Joe McAllen Ireland (1898-99), James Millar Scotland (1897-98) 2
 
John Bowdler Wales (1894), James Campbell Ireland (1899), Tom Chapman Wales (1896), George Gaffikin Ireland (1893), Willie Gibson Ireland (1894), Robert Hamilton Scotland (1899), Edmund Howell Wales (1891), Tom Hyslop Wales (1897), Billy Lewis Wales (1895 (also three from 1885-90)), Sandy McMahon Scotland (1894), Billy Meredith Wales (1900), Jim Pyper Ireland (1898), William Sellar Scotland (1893), Ollie Stanfield Ireland (1894), Tom Waddell Scotland (1893), Frank Watt Scotland (1891), Tommy Whiteside Ireland (1891) 1
 
Total (22 goalscorers) 29

1901-14 (44 goals)
Player 1912-13 1913-14 Total
 
Billy Gillespie Ireland 2 1 3
 
James Howie Scotland (1906), Billy Lacey Ireland (1914), Jimmy McMenemy Scotland (1910-14), Mart Watkins Wales (1903-04), Andy Wilson Scotland (1908-12), own goals (1905-07 (also three from 1881-89)) 2
 
John Campbell Scotland (1901), Lloyd Davies Wales (1904), William Davies Wales (1908), Walter Davis Wales (1913), József Grósz Hungary (1909), Bob Hamilton Scotland (1901), Mickey Hamill Ireland (1912), Denis Hannon Ireland (1908), Alex Higgins Scotland (1911), Friedrich Hirschl Austria (1908), Lot Jones Wales (1907), Ákos Késmárky Hungary (1909), Jack Kirwan Ireland (1904), Jim McAuley Ireland (1911), Billy Meredith (Wales 1913 (also one from 1900)),  Árpád Mészáros Hungary (1909), Grenville Morris Wales (1905), Leopold Neubauer Austria (1909), Ronald Orr Scotland (1902), Ernest Peake Wales (1913), Jimmy Quinn Scotland (1910), Billy Reid Scotland (1914), Imre Schlosser Hungary (1909), Wilhelm Schmieger Austria (1908), Finlay Speedie Scotland (1903), Bobby Templeton Scotland (1902), Frank Thompson Ireland (1910), Charlie Thomson Scotland (1914), Bobby Walker Scotland (1903) 1
 
Total (35 goalscorers) 44

1919-30 (78 goals)
Player 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 Total
 
Jules Dewaquez France 1 1 1 1 4
Billy Gillespie Ireland
(also has three from 1913-14)
1 1 1 1
Alex Jackson Scotland 1 3
Andrew Wilson Scotland
(different Wilson to the 1908-12 scorer)
1 1 1 1
 
Harry Dahl Sweden (1923 (2&1)), Jack Fowler Wales (1926-28), Richard Hoffmann Germany (1930), Fred Keenor Wales (1923-28), own goals (1924-27 (also five from 1881-1907)) 3
 
Ray Braine Belgium (1926), Andy Cunningham Scotland (1921-23), Len Davies Wales (1927), Willie Davies Wales (1924-26), James Fleming Scotland (1930), Hughie Gallacher Scotland (1925), Alex James Scotland (1928), Wilf Lewis Wales (1927 (1&1)), Tom Miller Scotland (1920), Jacques Moeschal Belgium (1928-29), Alan Morton Scotland (1921-27), Gasper Rubio Spain (1929). 2
 
Joe Bambrick Ireland (1928), Jean Boyer France (1925), Alex Cheyne Scotland (1920), Thomas Croft Ireland (1923), Hugh Davey Ireland (1926), Stan Davies Wales (1920), Alex Donaldson Scotland (1920), Jimmy Ferris Ireland (1919), Severiano Goiburu Spain (1929), Adolphe Hubert Luxembourg (1927), Bobby Irvine Ireland (1926), Ivor Jones Wales (1923), Henri Larnoe Belgium (1923), Macrel Langiller France (1928), Jaime Lazcano Spain (1929), Leon LeFevre Luxembourg (1927), Jackie Mahood Ireland (1927), Dick Richards Wales (1920), Achille Schelstraete Belgium (1923), Ivan Thys Belgium (1926), Florimond Vanhalme Belgium (1927), Ted Vizard Wales (1924), Honoré Vlaminck Belgium (1923). 1
 
Total (43 goalscorers) 78

1930-39 (71 goals)
Player 1933-34 1935-36 1938-39 Total
 
Dai Astley Wales 1 1 2 4
 
Jimmy McGrory Scotland (1931-33 (1&2)), Bob McPhail Scotland (1931-37 (1&2)), Oldŕich Nejedlý Czechoslovakia (1934-37 (1&2)) 3
 
Douglas Duncan Scotland (1935), Jimmy Dunne Ireland (1930-31), Hendrik Isemborghs Belgium (1936), Bryn Jones Wales (1936-38), Guiseppe Meazza Italy (1934), Robert Mercier France (1931), Antonin Puč Czechoslovakia (1934-37), Alex Stevenson Ireland (1935-37), Tommy Walker Scotland (1936-38), Karl Zischek Austria (1932). 2
 
André Abegglen Switzerland (1938), Georges Aeby Switzerland (1938), István Avar Hungary (1934), Amedeo Biavati Italy (1939), Jackie Brown Ireland (1935), Jean Capelle Belgium (1931), László Cseh Hungary (1936), Tom Davis Ireland (1936), Edmond Delfour France (1931), Jimmy Dougall Scotland (1939), Giovanni Ferrari Italy (1933), Jean Fievez Belgium (1936), Jupp Gauchel Germany (1938), Rudolf Geiter Austria (1936), Rudi Gellesch Germany (1938), Svetislav Glišović Yugoslavia (1939), Pat Glover Wales (1933), Guillermo Gorostiza Spain (1931), Idris Hopkins Wales (1938), Auguste Jordan France (1938), Jimmy Kelly Ireland (1930-31), Marcel Langiller France (1931 (also one in 1928)), Lucien Laurent France (1931), Tommy Mills Wales (1933), Seymour Morris Wales (1933, Jean Nicolas France (1938), Frank O'Donnell Scotland (1937), Nikola Perlić Yugoslavia (1939), Eddie Perry Wales (1931), Hans Pesser Germany (1938), Silvio Piola Italy (1939), Walter Robbins Wales (1931), György Sárosi Hungary (1934), Mathias Sindelar Austria (1932), Emile Veinante France (1933), Rudolf Viertl Austria (1936), Jenõ Vincze Hungary (1936), Josef Zeman Czechoslovakia (1937). 1
 
Total (52 goalscorers) 71

1946-50 (33 goals)
Player 1947-48 1948-49 Total
 
Davy Walsh Ireland 1 2 3
 
Henrique Ben David Portugal (1950), Norman Lockhart Ireland (1946), Jef Mermans Belgium (1947-50) 2
 
Willy Andresen Norway (1949), Ko Bergman Netherlands (1946), Bobby Brennan Ireland (1949), Henry Carlsson Sweden (1949), Peter Doherty Ireland (1947), Peter Farrell Éire (1949), Jacky Fatton Switzerland (1947), Joe Gaetjens United States (1950), Gunnar Gren Sweden (1947), Mal Griffiths Wales (1949), Hasse Jeppson Sweden (1949), Egon Jónsson Sweden (1949), Torreke Lemberecht Belgium (1947), Andy McLaren Scotland (1947), Con Martin Éire (1949), Jimmy Mason Scotland (1949), Georges Moreel Norway (1949), Gunnar Nordahl Sweden (1947), Lawrie Reilly Scotland (1949), Kick Smit Netherlands (1946), Sammy Smyth Ireland (1949), Billy Steel Scotland (1949), Manuel Vasques Portugal (1950), Telmo Zarra Spain (1950). 1
 
Total (28 goalscorers) 33
1950-55 (72 goals)
Player 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 Total
 
Lawrie Reilly Scotland
(also has one from 1949)
1 1 2 1 5
Trevor Ford Wales 2 2 4
Nándor Hidegkutu Hungary 3+1
Ferenc Puskás Hungary 2+2
 
own goals (1950-54 (also eight from 1881-1927)) 3
José Águas Portugal (1955), Leopold Anoul Belgium (1954), Giampiero Boniperti Rest of the World (1953), John Charles Wales (1954), Otto Decker United States (1953), Sándor Kocsis Hungary (1954), Ladislav Kubala Rest of the World (1953), Charlie Tully Ireland (1952) 2
 
Julio Abbadie Uruguay (1953), Albano Portugal (1951), Ivor Allchurch Wales (1953), René Alpsteg France (1951), Amadeo Amadei Italy (1952), Javier Ambrois Uruguay (1954), George Athineos United States (1952), Alfred Beck West Germany (1954), Carlos Borges Uruguay (1954), Mario Boyé Argentina (1951), József Bozsik Hungary (1953), Allan Brown Scotland (1954), Henri Coppens Belgium (1954), Robert Dienst Austria (1952), Tommy Docherty Scotland (1955), Andre Doye France (1951), Billy Foulkes Wales (1951), Adolf Huber Austria (1952), Bobby Johnstone Scotland (1951), Raymond Kopa France (1955), Mihály Lantos Hungary (1954), Billy Liddell Scotland (1951), Eddie McMorran Ireland (1950), Matateu Portugal (1955), Ernst Melchior Austria (1951), Omar Oscar Míguez Uruguay (1953), Rajko Mitić Yugoslavia (1954), Willie Ormond Scotland (1954), Patalino Portugal (1951), José Rial Spain (1955), Carlos Rojas Chile (1952), Juan Schiaffino Uruguay (1954), Ernst Stojaspal Austria (1951), József Toth Hungary (1954), Obdulio Varela Uruguay (1954), Todor Živanovic Yugoslavia (1951) 1
 
Total (48 goalscorers) 72
1955-60 (62 goals)
Player 1957-58 1958-59 Total
 
Aleksandar Petaković Yugoslavia 3   3
Juan Seminario Peru   3
 
Flórián Albert Hungary (1960), Milan Galić Yugoslavia (1960), Graham Leggat Scotland (1956-60), Eulogio Martínez Spain (1960), Ove Bech Nielsen Denmark (1956), Agne Simonsson Sweden (1959), Derek Tapscott Wales (1955-58), own goal (1956-57 (also eleven from 1881-1954)). 2
 
Ivor Allchurch Wales (1958 (also one in 1953)), Eneko Arieta Spain (1955), Billy Bingham Northern Ireland (1959), Sergio Brighenti Italy (1959), Raúl Cardenas Mexico (1959), Tommy Casey Northern Ireland (1958), John Charles Wales (1956 (also two in 1954)), Dermot Curtis Éire (1957), Wilbur Cush Northern Ireland (1958), Didi Brazil (1956), Carlos Domingos Duarte Portugal (1958), Olli Forsgren Finland (1956), Henrique Brazil (1956), Anatoli Ilyin USSR (1958), Aleksandr Ivanov USSR (1958), Valentin Ivanov USSR (1958), John Jensen Denmark (1957), Cliff Jones Wales (1955), Juan Joya Peru (1959), Julinho Brazil (1956), Karl Koller Austria (1958), Alfred Körner Austria (1958), Bora Kostić Yugoslavia (1960), Leggat, Knud Lundberg Denmark (1955), Sam McCrory Northern Ireland (1957), Jimmy McIlroy Northern Ireland (1956), Amos Mariani Italy (1959), Miloš Milutinović Yugoslavia (1958), Graham Moore Wales (1959), Ed Murphy United States (1959), Bertie Peacock Northern Ireland (1958), Joaquín Peirò Spain (1960), Salvador Reyes Mexico (1959), Tommy Ring Scotland (1957), Alf Ringstead Éire (1957), Bengt Salomonsson Sweden (1959), Nikita Simonyan USSR (1958), Billy Simpson Northern Ireland (1957), Todor Veselinović Yugoslavia (1958), Fritz Walter West Germany (1956) 1
 
Total (49 goalscorers) 62

1960-65 (69 goals)
Player 1963-64 1964-65 Total
 
Sammy Wilson Northern Ireland 2 1 3
 
Jim Baxter Scotland (1963), Lucien Cossou France (1963), Garrincha Brazil (1962), Denis Law Rest of the World & Scotland (1963-65), Billy McAdams Northern Ireland (1960), Jimmy McLaughlin Northern Ireland (1964), Rinaldo Brazil (1964), José Torres Portugal (1964), Davie Wilson Scotland (1960-62), Maryan Wisnieski France (1962). 2
 
José Águas Portugal (1961), Flórián Albert Hungary (1962 (also two in 1960)), Toni Allemann Switzerland (1962), Wilbur Barr Northern Ireland (1962), Heinz Bertschi Switzerland (1963), Sergio Brighenti Italy (1961 (also one in 1958)), Hans Buzek Austria (1962), Eric Caldow Scotland (1962), Jean Cornelis Belgium (1964), Johnny Crossan Northern Ireland (1963), Luis Del Sol Spain (1960), Camille Dimmer Luxembourg (1961), Yvon Douis France (1963), Peter Ducke GDR (1963), Leif Eriksson Sweden (1965), Eusébio Portugal (1964), Alan Gilzean Scotland (1964), Yvon Goujon France (1962),  Erich Hof Austria (1961), Cliff Jones Wales (1964 (also one in 1955)), Julinho Brazil (1964 (also one in 1956)), Josef Kadraba Czechoslovakia (1963), Vladica Kovačević Yugoslavia (1965), Ken Leek Wales (1960), Dave Mackay Scotland (1960), Jimmy McIlroy Northern Ireland (1961 (also two in 1956-57)), Coen Moulijn Netherlands (1964), Horst Nemec Austria (1961), Pelé Brazil (1964), Pepe Brazil (1963), Fernando Peres Portugal (1964), Pat Quinn Scotland (1960), Roberto Dias Brazil (1964), Alfredo Rojas Argentina (1964), José Sanfilippo Argentina (1962), Adolf Scherer Czechoslovakia (1963), Helmut Senekowitsch Austria (1961), Omar Sivori Italy (1961), Alberto Spencer Uruguay (1964), Ian St.John  Scotland (1965), Freddie Strahan Éire (1964), Luis Suárez Spain (1960), Lajos Tichy Hungary (1962), Vavá Brazil (1962), Graham Williams Wales (1961), own goal (1964 (also 13 from 1881-1957)). 1
 
Total (56 goalscorers) 69

1965-70 (38 goals)
       
 
Igor Chislenko USSR (1967), Toni Fritsch Austria (1965), Jairzinho Brazil (1969-70), Denis Law Scotland (1966-67 (also two in 1963-65)), Jimmy Johnstone Scotland (1966), 2
 
Amara Amancio Spain (1968), Rolf Andersson Sweden (1968), Georgi Asparuhov Bulgaria (1968), Franz Beckenbauer West Germany (1970), George Best Northern Ireland (1970), Luis Cubilla Uruguay (1969), Ron Davies Wales (1969), Wyn Davies Wales (1966), Jean Dockx Belgium (1970), Florea Dumitrache Romania (1969), Dragan Džajić Yugoslavia (1968), Eusébio Portugal (1966 (also one in 1964)), Rudi Flögel Austria (1965), Helmut Haller West Germany (1966), John Hughes Scotland (1968), Willie Irvine Northern Ireland (1965), Dick Krywicki Wales (1970), Bobby Lennox Scotland (1967), Jim McCalliog Scotland (1967), Eric McMordie Northern Ireland (1969), Kurt Müller West Germany (1970), Jerzy Sadek Poland (1966), Harald Sunde Norway (1966), Uwe Seeler West Germany (1970), Colin Stein Scotland (1969), Tostão Brazil (1969), Wolfgang Weber West Germany (1966), own goal (1968 (also 14 from 1881-1964)) 1
 
Total (32 goalscorers) 38
1970-75 (30 goals)
       
own goals (1971-73 (also 15 from 1881-1968)) 3
 
Fabio Capello Italy (1973(1+1)), Mario Kempes Argentina (1974), John Toshack Wales (1973-74) 2
 
Pietro Anastasi Italy (1973), Jan Banaś Poland (1973), Dave Clements Northern Ireland (1973), Jan Domarski Poland (1973), Arfon Griffiths Wales (1974), Uli Hoeneß West Germany (1972), Daniel Jeandupeaux Switzerland (1971), Fritz Künzli Switzerland (1971), Włodzimierz Lubański Poland (1973), Gurd Müller West Germany (1972), Volodymyr Muntian USSR (1973), Terry Neill Northern Ireland (1972), Günter Netzer West Germany (1972), Igor Novák Czechoslovakia (1973), Branko Oblak Yugoslavia (1974), Karl Odermatt Switzerland (1971), Ilija Petković Yugoslavia (1974), Bruce Rioch Scotland (1975), Joachim Streich GDR (1974), Franjo Vladić Yugoslavia (1972), Eberhard Vogel GDR (1970). 1
 
Total (25 goalscorers) 30
1975-80 (47 goals)
       
Kenny Dalglish Scotland (1976-77), Gerry Daly Republic of Ireland (1976-78), Francesco Graziani Italy (1976), Leighton James Wales (1977-80), Jan Peters Netherlands (1976), Bruno Pezzy Austria (1979), Kurt Welzl Austria (1979).  2
 
Giancarlo Antognoni Italy (1976), Frank Arnesen Denmark (1978), Daniel Bertoni Argentina (1977), Roberto Bettega Italy (1976), Rainer Bonhof West Germany (1978), Jan Ceulemans Belgium (1980), Terry Cochrane Northern Ireland (1980), Gary Cole Australia (1980), Alan Curtis Wales (1976), Dani Spain (1980), Phil Dwyer Wales (1978), Dušan Galis Czechoslovakia (1975), Gil Brazil (1978), Chris McGrath Northern Ireland (1977), Gordon McQueen Scotland (1977), Don Masson Scotland (1976), Vic Moreland Northern Ireland (1979), Kudi Müller Switzerland (1975), László Nagy Hungary (1978), Zdeněk Nehoda Czechoslovakia (1975), Kalle Nieminen Finland (1976), Matti Paatelainen Finland (1976), Daniel Passarella Argentina (1980), Roberto Dinamite Brazil (1976), Rui Rodrigues Portugal(1975), Per Røntved Denmark (1978), Alan Simonsen Denmark (1978), Marco Tardelli Italy (1980), Mickey Thomas Wales (1980), Ian Walsh Wales (1980), John Wark Scotland (1979), Ronnie Worm West Germany (1978), own goal (1980 (also 18 from 1881-1973)). 1
 
Total (39 goalscorers) 47
1980-85 (36 goals)
       
Michel Platini France (1984), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge West Germany (1982) 2
 
Luis Acosta Uruguay (1984), Roger Albertsen Norway (1981), Alessandro Altobelli Italy (1985), Salvatore Bagni Italy (1985), Liam Brady Republic of Ireland (1984), Wilmar Cabrera Uruguay (1984), Luis Flores Mexico (1985), Imre Garaba Hungary (1981), Sergey Gotsmanov USSR (1984), Richard Gough Scotland (1985), Arnór Guðjohnsen Iceland (1982), Kai Haaskivi Finland (1982), Allan Hansen Denmark (1982), Mark Hughes Wales (1984), Anghel Iordănescu Romania (1980), Mark McGhee Scotland (1984), Jesper Olsen Denmark (1982), Hans-Jörg Pfister Switzerland (1980), Oleh Protasov USSR (1984), Marcel Răducanu Romania (1980), Jari Rantanen Finland (1985), John Robertson Scotland (1981), Ian Rush Wales (1983), Jesús Satrústegui Spain (1981), Fredy Scheiwiller Switzerland (1981), Alan Simonsen Denmark (1983 (also one in 1978)), Claudio Sulser Switzerland (1981), Hallvar Thoresen Norway (1981), Jesús María Zamora Spain (1981), Zico Brazil (1981), own goal (1983 (also 19 from 1881-1980)) 1
 
Total (39 goalscorers) 36

1985-90 (39 goals)
Player 1987-88 Total
 
Marco van Basten Netherlands 3 3
 
Pierre Littbarski West Germany (1987), Diego Maradona Argentina (1986), own goals (1988-90 (also twenty from 1881-1983)) 2
 
Majid Abdullah Saudi Arabia (1988), Sergei Aleinikov USSR (1988), Roberto Baggio Italy (1990), John Bosman Netherlands (1988), Emilio Butragueño Spain (1987), Rodion Cămătaru Romania (1985), Eugène Ekéké Cameroon (1990), Jonny Ekström Sweden (1986), Lars Elstrup Denmark (1989), Andrés Escobar Colombia (1988), Abdelhamid Hergal Tunisia (1990), Ray Houghton Republic of Ireland (1988), Srečko Katanec Yugoslavia (1987), Luboš Kubík Czechoslovakia (1990), Emmanuel Kundé Cameroon (1990), Carlos Manuel Portugal (1986), Oleksiy Mikhailićhenko USSR (1988), Mirandinha Brazil (1987), Eli Ohana Israel (1986), Santiago Ostolaza Uruguay (1990), Viktor Pasulko USSR (1988), José Perdomo Uruguay (1990), Ramón Spain (1987), Dimitris Saravakos Greece (1989), Salvatore Schillaci Italy (1990), Kevin Sheedy Republic of Ireland (1990), Haris Škoro Yugoslavia (1989), Tomáš Skuhravý Czechoslovakia (1990), Graeme Souness Scotland (1986), Wolfram Wuttke West Germany (1987) 1
 
Total (33 goalscorers) 39

1990-95 (40 goals)
       
 
Dennis Bergkamp Netherlands (1992-93), Matlan Marjan Malaysia (1991), Hakan Mild Sweden (1995) 2
 
Dariusz Adamczuk Poland (1993), Kennet Andersson Sweden (1995), Bebeto Brazil (1992), Lars Bohinen Norway (1993), Tomas Brolin Sweden (1992), Tony Cascarino Republic of Ireland (1990), Jozef Chovanec Czechoslovakia (1992), Thomas Dooley United States (1993), Ilie Dumitrescu Romania (1994), Edmundo Brazil (1995), Stefan Effenberg German (1993), Jan Eriksson Sweden (1992), Gregorio Fonseca Spain (1992), Darío Franco Argentina (1991), Claudío García Argentina (1991), David Gualtieri San Marino (1993), Ari Hjelm Finland (1992), Masami Ihara Japan (1995), Juninho Paulista Brazil (1995), Sergei Kiriakov CIS (1992), Jurgen Klinsmann Germany (1993), Ronald Koeman Netherlands (1993), Alexi Lalas United States (1993), Oyvind Leonhardsen Norway (1993), Niall Quinn Republic of Ireland (1991), Karl-Heinz Reidle Germany (1991), Kjetil Rekdal Norway (1992), Ronaldo Brazil (1995),  Márcio Santos Brazil (1993), Tomáš Skuhravý Czechoslovakia (1992 (also 1 in 1990)), Roman Szewczyk Poland (1991), Kakhaber Tskhadadze CIS (1992), Peter van Vossen Netherlands (1993), own goal (1990 (also 22 from 1881-1990)) 1
David Kelly Republic of Ireland (1995) 0
 
Total (37 goalscorers) 40

1995-2000 (33 goals)
       
 
Marcelo Salas Chile (1998), Nicola Anelka France (1999) 2
 
Paulo Alves Portugal (1995), Andreas Andersson Sweden (1998), Gabriel Batistuta Argentina (1998), Jerzy Brzęczek Poland (1999), Cristian Chivu Romania (2000), Marek Citko Poland (1996), Luís Figo Portugal (2000), França Brazil (2000), Ioan Ganea Romania (2000), Don Hutchison Scotland (1999), Janus Hrutka Hungary (1999), Patrick Kluivert Netherlands (1996), Adrian Knup Switzerland (1995), Stefan Kuntz Germany (1996), Gueorgui Markov Bulgaria (1999), Phil Masinga South Africa (1997), Johan Mjällby Sweden (1998), Viorel Moldovan Romania (1998), Dorinel Munteanu Romania (2000), Nuno Gomes Portugal (2000), Dan Petrescu Romania (1998), João Pinto Portugal (2000), Romário Brazil (1997), Branko Strupar Belgium (1999), Kubi Türkyilmaz Switzerland (1996), Ramon Vega Switzerland (1998), Javier Zanetti Argentina (1998), Gianfranco Zola Italy (1997), own goal (2000 (also 22 from 1881-1990)). 1
 
Total (30 goalscorers) 33
2000-05 (52 goals)
       
 
Vincenzo Montella Italy (2002), Martin Jørgensen Denmark (2003), Zinedine Zidane France (2004) 2
 
Niclas Alexandersson Sweden (2002), Angelos Charisteas Greece (2001), Costinho Portugal (2002), Asier del Horno Spain (2004), Clint Dempsey United States (2005), Brett Emerton Australia (2003), Samuel Eto'o Cameroon (2002), Gjorgji Hristov FYR Macedonia (2003), Gennaro Gattuso Italy (2000), Geremi Cameroon (2002), Dietmar Hamann Germany (2000), Heiðar Helguson Iceland (2004), Zlatan Ibrahimović Sweden (2004), Andreas Ivanschitz Austria (2005), Carsten Jancker Germany (2001), Vladimir Janočko Slovakia (2003), Nenad Jestrović Serbia & Montenegro (2003), Harry Kewell Australia (2003), Patrick Kluivert Netherlands (1996 (also 1 in 1996)), Roland Kollmann Austria (2004), Niko Kovač Croatia (2004), Benni McCarthy South Africa (2003), Hakan Mild Sweden (2001 (also 2 in 1995)), Ivića Mornar Croatia (2003), Szilárd Németh Slovakia (2002), Demis Nikolaidis Greece (2001), Shinji Ono Japan (2004), Park Ji-Sun Korea Republic (2002), Pauleta Portugal (2004), Emmanuel Petit France (2000), Tony Popovic Australia (2003), Helder Postiga Portugal (2004), Aldo Ramirez Colombia (2005), Aki Riihilahti Finland (2001), Rivaldo Brazil (2002), Ronaldinho Brazil (2002), Altin Rraklli Albania (2001), Rui Costa Portugal (2004), Artim Sakiri FYR Macedonia (2002), Jon Dahl Tomasson Denmark (2003), Vance Trajanov FYR Macedonia (2002), Igor Tudor Croatia (2004), Mark van Bommel Netherlands (2001), Ruud van Nistelrooij Netherlands (2001), Mario Yepes Colombia (2005), Maciej Żurawski Poland (2004). 1
 
Total (49 goalscorers) 52

2005-10 (49 goals)
       
 
Eduardo da Silva Croatia (2006-09), Thomas Müller Germany (2010), Roman Pavlyuchenko Russia (2007), Rafael van der Vaart Netherlands (2006-09) 2
 
Marcus Allback Sweden (2006), Milan Baroš Czech Republic (2008), Hernan Crespo Argentina (2005), Pál Dárdai Hungary (2006), Clint Dempsey United States (2010 (also 1 in 2005)), Eren Derdiyok Switzerland (2008), Diego da Cunha Brazil (2007), Guillermo Franco Mexico (2010), Tomasz Frankowski Poland (2005), Michael Gravgaard Denmark (2005), David Healy Northern Ireland (2005), Patrick Helmes Germany (2008), Andres Iniesta Spain (2007), Marek Jankulovski Czech Republic (2008), Miroslav Klose Germany (2010), Niko Kranjčar Croatia (2007), Dirk Kuijt Netherlands (2009), Zhambyl Kukeev Kazakhstan (2008), Kevin Kurányi Germany (2007), Søren Larsen Denmark (2005), Zlatan Ljubijankič Slovenia (2009), Fernando Llorente Spain (2009), Mario Mandžukić Croatia (2008), Ivića Olić Croatia (2007), Sergiy Nazarenko Ukraine (2009), Nilmar da Silva Brazil (2009), Christian Pander Germany (2007), Mladen Petrić Croatia (2007), Lukas Podolski Germany (2010), Omar Pouso Uruguay (2006), Franck Ribéry France (2008), Dennis Rommedahl Denmark (2005), Walter Samuel Argentina (2005), Andrey Shevchenko Ukraine (2009), Pavel Sitko Belarus (2008), Marcus Túlio Tanaka Japan (2010), Jon Dahl Tomasson Denmark (2005 (also 1 in 2003)), David Villa Spain (2009), Mohammed Zidan Egypt (2010), own goal (2006 (also 24 from 1881-2000)). 1
 
Total (44 goalscorers) 49

2010-15 (45 goals)
Player 2012-13 Total
 
Zlatan Ibrahimović Sweden
(also has one from 2004)
4 4
 
       
own goals (2010-14 (also 25 from 1881-2006)). 3
Tranquillo Barnetto Switzerland (2011), Arjen Robben Netherlands (2012), Fred Brazil (2013 (1&1)), Dejan Damjanović Montenegro (2013 (1&1)), Alexis Sánchez Chile (2013), Luis Suárez Uruguay (2014). 2
 
Daniel Agger Denmark (2010), Michael Arroyo Ecuador (2014), Mario Balotelli Italy (2014), Karim Benzema France (2010), Andrija Delibašić Montenegro (2011), Daniele de Rossi Italy (2012), Kamil Glik Poland (2012), Asamoah Gyan Ghana (2011), Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Netherlands (2012), Yevhen Konoplyanka Ukraine (2012), Shane Long Republic of Ireland (2013), Claudio Marchisio Italy (2014), Olof Mellberg Sweden (2012), Per Mertesacker Germany (2013), Kenny Miller Scotland (2013), James Morrison Scotland (2013), Samir Nasri France (2012), Milivoje Novaković Slovenia (2015), Paulinho Brazil (2013), Nejc Pečnik Slovenia (2015), Graziano Pellé Italy (2015), Andy Robertson Scotland (2014), Xherdan Shaqiri Switzerland (2010), Mathieu Valbuena France (2010), Enner Valencia Ecuador (2014), Elsad Zverotić Montenegro (2011). 1
 
Total (33 goalscorers) 45

2015-20 (45 goals)
       
 
Valon Berisha Kosovo (2019), Leigh Griffiths Scotland (2017), own goals (2016-19 (also 28 from 1881-2014)). 2
 
Francisco Alcácer Spain (2018), Ioga Aspas Spain (2016), Gareth Bale Wales (2016), Felipe Baloy Panama (2018), Vasili Beruzutski Russia (2016), Jakub Brabec Czech Republic (2019), Hakan Ҫalhanoğlu Turkey (2016), Santiago Cazorla Spain (2015), Matthijs De Ligt Netherlands (2019), Ousmane Dembélé France (2017), Mario Gómez Germany (2016), Eden Hazard Belgium (2018), Lorenzo Insigne Italy (2018), Isco Spain (2016), Alex Iwobi Nigeria (2018), Adnan Januzaj Belgium (2018), Vincent Janssen Netherlands (2016), Andrej Kramarić Croatia (2018), Toni Kroos Germany (2016), Stanislav Lobotka Slovakia (2017), Mario Mandžukić Croatia (2008 (also 1 in 2008)), Mario Spain (2015), Thomas Meunier Belgium (2018), Yerry Mina Colombia (2018), Vedat Muriqi Kosovo (2019), Luciano Narsingh Netherlands (2016), Zdeněk Ondrášek Czech Republic (2019), Ivan Perišić Croatia (2018), Lukas Podolski Germany (2017 (also 1 in 2010)), Quincy Promes Netherlands (2019), Rodrigo Machado Spain (2018), Ferjani Sassi Tunisia (2018), Saúl Ñíguez Spain (2018), Sergio Ramos Spain (2018), Djibril Sidibé France (2017), Ragnar Sigurðsson Iceland (2016), Kolbeinn Sigþórsson Iceland (2016), Samuel Umtiti France (2017), Marko Večović Montenegro (2019). 1
 
Total (41 goalscorers) 45
2020-25 (16 goals)
       
 
Roland Sallai Hungary (2021-22) 3
       
 
Leonardo Bonucci Italy (2021), Martin Damsgaard Denmark (2021), Breen Embolo Switzerland (2022), Christian Eriksen Denmark (2020), Dániel Gazdag Hungary (2022), Jonas Hofmann Germany (2022), Romalu Lukaku Belgium (2020), Dries Mertens Belgium (2020), Jakub Moder Poland (2021), Zsolt Nagy Hungary (2022), Dominik Szoboszlai Hungary (2022), Damian Szymański Poland (2021), Youri Tielemmens Belgium (2020). 1
 
Total (14 goalscorers) 16

 

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