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Wed 23 Aug 2017
Wayne Rooney's goal for Everton against Manchester City in the 1-1 draw on Monday was the former Manchester United player's 200th English Premier League goal, as the second highest scorer in the top-flight's history has scored more than all previous players aside from Alan Shearer, who has 260 Premier League goals to his name.

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