The former Chelsea star has overtaken Andy Cole when it came to scoring against PL clubs, and doesn't look like stopping.
There are few attacking midfielders that have performed as consistently, and emphatically as Frank Lampard.
Last week the former England midfielder emerged clear at the top of a list of players to score against the biggest variety of Premier League clubs. Lampard’s equaliser against old club Chelsea was the 39th club he has netted against in the Premier League era, and the 36-year-old followed that up with strikes against Sheffield Wednesday and Hull City this weekend.
With 4 goals in 3 games, Lampard is Manchester City’s joint top goalscorer, despite having featured sparsely, hugely underpinning the fact he still has plenty to offer the Premier League before he heads off to the MLS.
Below we list the clubs the Londoner has punished with his 173 strikes in England’s top flight, with him still likely to have the chance to net against QPR and Burnley, two clubs he is yet to score against, before he joins New York City.
Aston Villa, who conceded 13 Lampard goals in the league, and Bolton (12) particularly suffered at his hands, while Blackburn, Sunderland Newcastle and rivals Fulham may also be glad to see the back of him:
Arsenal 3, Aston Villa 13, Barnsely 2, Birmingham 2, Blackburn Rovers 9, Blackpool 2, Bolton 12, Bradford City 3, Charlton 4, Chelsea 1, Coventry City 1, Crystal Palace 1, Derby 5, Everton 6, Fulham 8, Hull 3, Leeds United 2, Leicester City 2, Liverpool 4, Man City 7, Man United 4, Middlesbrough 2, Newcastle 8, Norwich 3, Nottingham Forest 1, Portsmouth 7, Reading 3, Sheffield United 1, Sheffield Wednesday 2, Southampton 6, Stoke 5, Sunderland 8, Swansea 1, Spurs 7, West Brom 7, West Ham 7, Wigan 7, Wimbledon 1, Wolves 3