Shearer and Henry inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame
Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry are the first players to be inducted to the Premier League's new Hall of Fame.
The former England captain is the competition's all-time top scorer with 260 goals during a career playing for Newcastle, Blackburn and Southampton.
Arsenal legend Henry was part of the club's 'invincibles' squad and scored 175 league goals during his time in north London.
Two centre-forwards, both gifted with natural skill and talent who have written their names in Premier League history— Premier League (@premierleague) April 26, 2021
We’re delighted to announce Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry as the first two inductees of the #PLHallOfFame pic.twitter.com/MAKgi3SYzV
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