First Premier League Goalscorer by Nationality

Ragnar Klavan became the first Estonian to score in the history of the Premier League on Monday during Liverpool’s 2-1 win at Burnley on New Year’s Day.

In the process Estonia became the 97th different nationality to have scored in Premier League history, now in its 26th season.

The full list below is the first goalscorer from each different nationality to have scored in the Premier League, listed alphabetically by country:

Nationality First Goalscorer
Algeria Moussa Saïb
Angola Manucho
Antigua and Barbuda Dexter Blackstock
Argentina Horacio Carbonari
Armenia Henrikh Mkhitaryan
Australia Robbie Slater
Austria Emmanuel Pogatetz
Barbados Gregory Goodridge
Belarus Aliaksandr Hleb
Belgium Philippe Albert
Benin Stéphane Sessègnon
Bermuda Shaun Goater
Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko
Brazil Isaías
Bulgaria Boncho Genchev
Burkina Faso Bertrand Traoré
Burundi Gaël Bigirimana
Cameroon Marc-Vivien Foé
Canada Frank Yallop
Chile Javier Margas
China Sun Jihai
Colombia Faustino Asprilla
Congo Christopher Samba
Costa Rica Paulo Wanchope
Croatia Aljoša Asanović
Curaçao Leandro Bacuna
Czech Republic Karel Poborský
Denmark Jan Mølby
DR Congo Lomana LuaLua
Ecuador Ulises de la Cruz
Egypt Mido
England Brian Deane
Estonia Ragnar Klavan
Finland Mixu Paatelainen
France Eric Cantona
Gabon Daniel Cousin
Gambia Modou Barrow
Georgia Georgi Kinkladze
Germany Uwe Rösler
Ghana Tony Yeboah
Gibraltar Danny Higginbotham
Greece Giorgos Donis
Grenada Jason Roberts
Guinea Titi Camara
Guyana Carl Cort
Honduras Maynor Figueroa
Hungary Zoltán Gera
Iceland Þorvaldur Örlygsson
Iran Andranik Teymourian
Israel Ronny Rosenthal
Italy Fabrizio Ravanelli
Ivory Coast Ibrahima Bakayoko
Jamaica Robbie Earle
Japan Junichi Inamoto
Kenya Victor Wanyama
Korea Republic Paris Ji-sung
Latvia Marians Pahars
Liberia Christopher Wreh
Macedonia Gjorgji Hristov
Mali Frédéric Kanouté
Mexico Jared Borgetti
Montenegro Stefan Savić
Montserrat Ruel Fox
Morocco Hassan Kachloul
Netherlands Michel Vonk
New Zealand Ryan Nelson
Nigeria Efan Ekoku
Northern Ireland Danny Wilson
Norway Gunnar Halle
Paraguay Diego Gavilan
Peru Nolberto Solano
Poland Robert Warzycha
Portugal Dani
Republic of Ireland Bernie Slaven
Romania Dan Petrescu
Russia Andrei Kanchelskis
Saint Kitts and Nevis Bobby Bowry
Scotland Graeme Sharp
Senegal El Hadji Diouf
Serbia Savo Milošević
Sierra Leone Kei Kamara
Slovakia Vladimír Kinder
Slovenia Robert Koren
South Africa Phil Masinga
Spain Nayim
Sweden Anders Limpar
Switzerland Marc Hottiger
Togo Emmanuel Adebayor
Trinidad and Tobago Dwight Yorke
Tunisia Radhi Jaidi
Turkey Muzzy Izzet
Ukraine Sergei Rebrov
Uruguay Adrián Paz
USA Roy Wegerle
Venezuela Fernando Amorebieta
Wales Barry Horne
Zimbabwe Peter Ndlovu

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