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How Torres compares to other LFC strikers after 100 games

Fernando Torres started his Liverpool career with a bang and is the most prolific striker in his debut season in Liverpool's post-war history as well as being the most prolific foreigner in his debut Premier league season. Torres averaged a goal every 1.40 games (46 games/33 goals) in the 2006-7 season. Injury robbed him of several games in his second season, but he still managed to score 17 goals in 38 games.

Torres came on as a substitute in his 100th game for Liverpool vs. Wigan Athletic on 16th December and scored his 61st goal in Liverpool's colours.

Here below you can see how his scoring record compares to other Liverpool greats after their landmark 100th game.

1

Roger Hunt

68

2

Sam Raybould

68

3

Jack Parkinson

64

4

Fernando Torres

61

5

John Aldridge

61

6

Albert Stubbins

61

7

Ian Rush

56

8

George Allan

56

9

Robbie Fowler

55

10

Gordon Hodgson

55

Stats are from LFChistory.net's database.


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