Kei Kamara makes Sierra Leone the 88th nation with a Premier League goal-scorer - Can you name the rest?

When Norwich City striker Kei Kamara bagged his first goal for the club this weekend against Everton he became the first Sierra Leone national to do so in the Premier League. Can you name the players for the other 87 nationalities to have a Premier League goal-scorer?

In December Gael Bigirimana scored the third goal against Wigan Athletic and became the first ever player from Burundi to score a Premier League goal. That took the number of nationalities to have bagged Premier League goals to 87 and we brought you the full list of nationalities the next day asking if you could name any of them?

That Gael Bigirimana goal was the Premier League’s 20,001st goal and of course the first scored by a player from Burundi but now you can add another African country to the list. We thought it would be pretty rude not to update our grand old list since the total is now 88 thanks to Kei Kamara’s header against Everton.

The Sierra Leonean scored the equaliser at Carrow Road and as a travelling Everton fan I can tell you that it only hurt half as much as when Grant Holt tucked away the winner.

But it does give Sierra Leone a rightful place on the list; number 88 of all the countries to have scored in the Premier League.

Now it is 88 countries altogether that make up the list of nations which have seen a player from their country score in the Premier League and when you consider there are 209 national associations affiliated with FIFA that is an astonishing amount.

No other league in world football comes close to the English total which truly reflects the multi-national game that the English Premier League has become.

Here is the entire list in full. Impress your friends… can you name players to match the countries?

That is how I worded the end to my last article on the topic but after watching several of my friends squirm for weeks over the list this time I am going to give you a few of them for free, in fact an example for each of the first 20.

Then try and name the rest…

1. Algeria - Kamel Ghilas

2. Angola - Manucho


3. Antigua and Barbuda - Mikele Leigertwood


4. Argentina - Sergio Aguero


5. Australia - Tim Cahill


6. Austria - Andreas Weimann


7. Barbados - Emmerson Boyce


8. Belarus - Alexander Hleb


9. Belgium - Maraoune Fellaini


10. Benin - Stephane Sessegnon


11. Bermuda - Shaun Goater


12. Bosnia-Herzegovina - Edin Dzeko


13. Brazil - Rafael


14. Bulgaria - Dimitar Berbatov


15. Burundi - Gael Bigirimana


16. Cameroon - Benoit Assou-Ekotto


17. Canada - Junior Hoilett


18. Chile - Mark Gonzalez


19. China - Zheng Zhi


20. Colombia - Hugo Rodallega

Good luck with the rest….

21. Congo

22. Congo DR

23. Costa Rica

24. Croatia

25. Czech Republic

26. Denmark

27. Ecuador

28. Egypt

29. England

30. Finland

31. France

32. Gabon

33. Georgia

34. Germany

35. Ghana

36. Greece

37. Grenada

38. Guinea

39. Guyana

40. Honduras

41. Hungary

42. Iceland

43. Iran

44. Israel

45. Italy

46. Ivory Coast

47. Jamaica

48. Japan

49. Korea Republic

50. Latvia

51. Liberia

52. Macedonia

53. Mali

54. Mexico

55. Montenegro

56. Montserrat

57. Morocco

58. Netherlands

59. New Zealand

60. Nigeria

61. Northern Ireland

62. Norway

63. Paraguay

64. Peru

65. Poland

66. Portugal

67. Republic of Ireland

68. Romania

69. Russia

70. Scotland

71. Senegal

72. Serbia

73. Slovakia

74. Slovenia

75. South Africa

76. Spain

77. Sweden

78. Switzerland

79. Togo

80. Trinidad and Tobago

81. Tunisia

82. Turkey

83. Ukraine

84. USA

85. Uruguay

86. Wales

87. Zimbabwe

88. Sierra Leone - Kei Kamara

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