•  Former Ivorian star Didier Drogba, Argentine Sergio Aguero, and Denmark’s Peter Schmeichel have joined the Premier League‘s Hall of Fame of Legends, along with Ian Wright and Paul Scholes.
Drogba, Aguero, Schmeichel and Scholes join the Premier League's Hall of Fame

Ivorian Didier Drogba, the former Chelsea star, participated in 254 games with the Blues, during which he scored 104 goals, won the Premier League title 4 times, won the Premier League top scorer award twice, and won the award for the best passer once, and was twice in the English season’s squad of the Professional Players Association.


Didier Drogba

While former Manchester United star Paul Scholes participated in 499 games, during which he scored 107 goals, made 55 assists, won the Premier League title 11 times, and was twice in the English season’s squad of the Professional Players Association, and is considered one of the best midfielders in the history of the Premier League.


Paul Scholes


Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero scored 184 goals in 275 matches and won the Premier League title 5 times, the Premier League top scorer award once, as well as the award for the most foreign player, to score goals in Premier League history.


Sergio Aguero

While Ian Wright, the former Gunners star, participated in 213 games and scored 113 goals, is considered the Premier League champion once, and twice in the English season’s squad of the Professional Players Association, and is Arsenal’s top scorer for 6 consecutive seasons.


Ian Wright

Vincent Kompany also participated in 265 matches in the Premier League and won the Premier League title 4 times and won the Premier League Player of the Season award once, was present 3 times in the English season’s squad of the Professional Players Association, and his goal against Leicester City will never be forgotten.


Vincent Kompany

Veteran Peter Schmeichel is the first goalkeeper to join the list, as he participated in 310 games, came out in 128 clean sheets, won the Premier League title 5 times, was the player of the season in the Premier League once, and was in the English season’s squad of the Professional Players Association once.


Peter Schmeichel

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