Alan Shearer & Van Persie

Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Robin Van Persie (born 6 August 1983) is a Dutch footballer who plays as a striker for Arsenal and the Dutch national team. 5.0/5

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After a blistering December, Robin Van Persie currently leads the Premier League scoring charts with 16 goals this season. The Netherlands international struck in all but one of his six Premier League fixtures last month, while he started 2013 in similar form after netting twice against Wigan Athletic on New Year's Day. Providing he stays fit, the 29-year- old is likely to remain a strong contender to scoop the Golden Boot for the second consecutive campaign - the only other players to do this are Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry. Sitting behind Van Persie with one goal fewer is Liverpool's Luis Suarez. Unlike the Dutchman, the Uruguay international had a relatively quiet start to December before springing into life towards the end of the month, scoring once against Fulham and two against a hapless QPR at Loftus Road. Suarez continued his prowess in front of goal into the New Year and bagged another double against Sunderland on January 2. The Liverpool talisman appears to be the strongest candidate to conte ...
LEGENDS Ian Wright and Alan Shearer banged in 738 goals between them during their amazing careers. So who better than the former England strike partners to look at Sunday’s great Manchester shootout between the Premier League’s top forwards? CHARLIE WYETT and NEIL CUSTIS asked the questions in this special SunSport head-to-head... Q A MOMENT of striking brilliance could decide the Manchester derby. Who would you start up front for City and United — and why? WRIGHT: With City I would say Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez. Aguero is a top, top player and can score against anyone. I love Edin Dzeko but Tevez never stops running and always gets the fans going. Playing Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie together is an absolute no-brainer for United. They have the link already and you cannot put a price on that type of understanding. SHEARER: For United there is no question RVP is the main man, with Rooney in behind him. Van Persie is a goal machine right now, a player at the top of his form. Aguero is still ...
When Steven Fletcher can boast a goalscoring record like Papiss Cisse, Alan Shearer or Robin Van Persie...Then you can sing, "he scores when he wants"!! He hasn't scored anywhere near enough goals to warrant a song like that!! :0)
The Dutch striker is one goal short of matching Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer's record of scoring 31 league goals in a season
Robin Van Persie who needs one goal to match the record of 31 in a 38-game season, jointly held by Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo. RVP must score more than 1goal to break that record
West Brom Vs Arsenal on Sunday will be Arsène Wenger's 600th Premier League game in charge of Arsenal. Robin Van Persie needs one goal to equal the record for Premier League goals in a 38-game season. He'd have 31 like Alan Shearer in 1995-96 and Cristiano Ronaldo in 2007-08.
In-form Van Persie aims for landmark goal Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie could book his place in the history books against West Bromwich Albion if he continues his prolific form this weekend. The 28-year-old has had a superb season in front of goal for the Gunners and his brace against Norwich City last weekend put him on 30 goals for the campaign. One more goal in the final fixture of the season at the Hawthorns would see the Dutchman equal the Barclays Premier League's all-time goal record in a 38-match season. Blackburn Rovers striker Alan Shearer scored 31 goals in the 1995/96 campaign while Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo matched that feat in 2007/08. Double award Van Persie, who recently won both the Professional Footballers' Association's Player of the Year and the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year, has now equalled Thierry Henry's record, set in Arsenal's Invincibles campaign, of 30 League goals in a 38-match campaign. He is four goals ahead of Manchester United's ...
If Van Persie scores a brace against West Brom this Sunday, he will have broken the Premier League record. The record stands at 31 goals (for a 38 game season) set by Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo. Van Persie is currently on 30 goals.Come on Van Persie and Come on you Gunners!
MK Robin Van Persie. One goal away from joining Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo as the best goal scorer in a...
"Van Persie scored against his 17th different Premier League club this season, equalling the record previously set by Andy Cole, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright. The only teams Van Persie has not scored against are Manchester City, Fulham and, of course, Arsenal." - STAAAT!!
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