Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe has just become the eighth player to score 150 Premier League goals.
Former West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth striker Defoe reached the landmark by scoring a fine solo goal against Hull City in what could prove to be a key relegation battle.
Defoe now finds himself in a pretty exclusive club, alongside Premier League royalty, including legends of Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United.
Ex-England international Defoe started the day tied with retired forward Les Ferdinand on 149 Premier League goals, but he is now tied with Michael Owen.
Defoe needs another 14 Prem goals to move ahead of Liverpool hero Robbie Fowler and take sixth place on the list of all-time Prem scorers.
Premier League players who have scored 15 goals or more
1. Alan Shearer – 260 goals for Blackburn and Newcastle
2. Wayne Rooney – 194 goals for Everton and Man United
3. Andy Cole – 187 goals for Newcastle, Man United, Blackburn, Fulham, Man City and Portsmouth
4. Frank Lampard – 177 goals for West Ham, Chelsea and Man City
5. Thierry Henry – 175 goals for Arsenal
6. Robbie Fowler – 163 goals for Liverpool, Leeds and Man City
=7. Michael Owen – 150 goals for Liverpool, Newcastle, Man United and Stoke
=7. Jermain Defoe – 150 goals for West Ham, Portsmouth, Tottenham and Sunderland