The prestigious British newspaper The Telegraph has made a list of the top ten players in the history of Premier Legue. In this top we collect them, to see if you think the same as them.
Welsh Ryan Giggs is a myth not only in Manchester United, but also in the English league. He is the player with the most titles around the world, with thirteen English leagues, four cups, two Champions, an intercontinental and a club world cup. This record goes up to the top of the best players in the history of the Premier League.
Frenchman Thierry Henry, currently a Red Bull New York player, played eight years in Arsenal, where he was the top scorer four times, and won, among other titles, two English leagues.
Irishman Roy Keane will always be remembered as one of the best players in Manchester United, where he played twelve years, making 7 English leagues.
Alan Shearer was the Southampton striker, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United, scoring on average 25 goals per season. He also played with the English team, in which he scored 30 goals in 63 games played.
The legendary Paul Scholes played 19 seasons at Machester United, playing 697 games scoring 154 goals. He also played with the English team 66 games.
The Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, currently at Real Madrid, played six seasons at Manchester United, scoring 84 goals in almost 200 games.
Senegalese Patrick Vieira played nine seasons at Arsenal, and ended up retiring at Machester City. The defensive midfielder won three English leagues and five FA Cups.
Eric Cantona finished his sports career at Manchester United playing 5 seasons after having played in several French teams. Cantona has five English leagues in his medal winners.
Dennis Bergkamp played 11 seasons in Arsenal. He stood out playing in Ajax and made the leap to the English league, where he won three Premier Leagues.
Frank Lampard is currently in the ranks of Manchester City, although his great career in the English league has taken place in Chelsea, where he played 13 seasons playing 429 games.
These are the best players in the history of the English league according to the prestigious British newspaper The Telegram . Leave your comment indicating if you think it is right, or if you would change one player for another.