Tottenham’s Son Heung-min and Harry Kane were considered the best goaltender duo in the English Premier League (EPL) history.

The BBC introduced 10 pairs of “fantastic couples” who have collaborated with the most goals ever since the 1992-1993 season when the EPL began, and Son Heung-min and Kane have collaborated 47 goals for Tottenham in eight seasons from the 2015-2016 season.

Of the 47 goals, Son Heung-min scored 24 goals and Kane scored 23 goals.

Among them, Kane helped four times against Southampton in the second round of the EPL in the 2020-2021 season and Son Heung-min finished all of them with a goal.

Second place is 36 goals that retired Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard collaborated with when they were at Chelsea.

Drogba and Lampard worked together for Chelsea for eight seasons, with Drogba scoring 24 goals and Lampard scoring 12.

In 2012, when drogba moved to Shanghai Shenhua in the Chinese Super League, the Drogba – Lampard duo’s goal record was suspended.

David Silva (Real Sociedad) and Sergio Aguero (retired) of Manchester City, who collaborated on 29 goals, and Robert Pires-Tieri Henri (retired) duo, who worked together in Arsenal, were named in the joint third place.

Among Silva and Aguero duo, Aguero scored 21 goals.

Pires and Henri, who also worked with the French national team, spent six seasons with Arsenal until Pires moved to Villarreal (Spain) in 2006.

Of the 29 goals made by the two, Henry scored 17 goals and Pires scored 12 goals.

Darren Anderton and Teddy Sheringham (retired) who scored 27 goals together at Tottenham were named in fifth place, while Muhammad Salah and Roberto Firmino (Al Ahli) duo, who collaborated 25 goals at Liverpool, were selected in sixth place.

Fredrik Jungberry (retired), who has collaborated 24 goals in 8 seasons for Arsenal since 1999, Henry, and Robbie Fowler and Steve McManaman (retired), who have collaborated 24 goals in 9 seasons for Liverpool since 1990, tied for 7th.

Alan Shearer and Nolberto Solano (retired), who worked for seven seasons until 2006 at Newcastle, and Salah and Sadio Mane (Bayern Munich), who were paired for five seasons from the 2017-2018 season at Liverpool, tied for ninth with 22 goals each.


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