Alan Shearer is a true English striker and the Premier League ‘s all-time top scorer that is hard to match.
He contributed 260 goals, 65 more than second-placed Wayne Rooney and remains the only person to score 100 for two different clubs.
Here’s the story, path, and history of this legendary spearhead.
The first step towards greatness
Although born in Newcastle, but Shearer was Jack Hicks Sun Sentinel of Southampton asked to join the team from a young age and spent the summer of 1986, with rehearsals with football youth of the Saints
and. Although the show has caught the eye of every club that he goes to test the pace as well. But in the end he chose Southampton, the first club that gave him the opportunity to experience high-level football.
At 17, Shearer scored a hat-trick in his full debut against Arsenal and became a young player. The best at England’s highest level, by default,
was at the age of 21 when Shearer made his full debut with 13 league goals and 21 goals in all competitions for Blackburn Rovers. United couldn’t bear to shell out £3.6million to sign him in the summer of 1992.
The party must have an end date.
Shearer continued to do what he was good at without complaining. And although the club is gradually leaving the championship position more and more. But he still turned down every offer that came
in. Shearer contributed 206 goals in 405 games for the Magpies and decided to hang up his boots in the 2005/06 season because of a knee injury. After returning, canceled the retirement for one time.