Arsenal score their 2,000 Premier League goal through Bukayo Saka – but can you name other two teams to reach milestone?

ARSENAL recorded a win at Villa Park to ramp up the pressure on the chasing pack in the battle for a top four spot.

The Gunners saw off Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa – winning 1-0 thanks to a Bukayo Saka goal.

The England winger's strike was also, coincidentally, their 2,000th Premier League goal.

Mikel Arteta's side have joined the 2000 club with only two other teams notching more.

But do you know which teams they are?

Well, leading the way you have Manchester United who have mustered 2,176 goals from when the Premier League began in 1992.

Second to the Red Devils is fierce rivals Liverpool with 2,002 goals, two of those were achieved against Arsenal on Wednesday night in a 2-0 Reds win.

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Gunnners’ Landmark Premier League Goals

BUKAYO SAKA’S goal was Arsenal’s 2,000th goal in the Premier League with the Gunners becoming the third side to reach this milestone after Man Utd (2,176 goals) and Liverpool (2,002).

1st Steve Bould (v Norwich, 1992)

50th Kevin Campbell (v Ipswich, 1993)

100th Ian Wright (v West Ham, 1994)

500th Thierry Henry (v Man Utd, 2001)

1,500th Alexis Sanchez (v Sunderland, 2014)

2,000th Bukayo Saka (v Aston Villa, 2022)

1,000th Emmanuel Adebayor (v Reading, 2007)

Over the years, Arsenal's landmark goals have been scored by some of the North London side's greatest goalscorers.

Although it was centre half Steve Bould who scored their first ever Premier League goal in a 4-2 defeat at home to Norwich.

Legendary marksman Ian Wright and Thierry Henry recorded the 100th and 500th respectively.

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In 2007, Emmanuel Adebayor scored Arsenal's 1,000th, while another who left the club in a cloud, Alexis Sanchez managed their 1,500th.

At still only 20, Saka could even realistically manage to score the club's 2,500th goal if he stays in North London.

Will he do it?

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