The 16 Most Prolific Assist To Goal Combinations In Premier League History
Frank Lampard to Didier Drogba is the most prolific assist-goal combination in the history of the Premier League.
Lampard and Drogba formed a devastating partnership in their time playing together at Chelsea and according to stats collated by The Athletic, Blues record goalscorer Lampard set up his teammate on 24 occasions on the top flight.
Darren Anderton laid it on a plate for Teddy Sheringham 20 times in their time at Spurs, while the combination of Steve McManaman and Robbie Fowler also threw up the same amount of goals.
Aguero is in again in fourth spot, having been on the end of some delightful passes/crosses from Kevin De Bruyne on 19 occasions ever since the Belgian returned to England in 2015 - with Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane also managing the same tally.
Kane features twice on the list, having also been set up 16 times by compatriot Dele Alli, while Thierry Henry is both a goalscorer and assister alongside Robert Pires and Freddie Ljungberg with 17 and 15 respectively.
Other productive pairs include Nolberto Solano to Alan Shearer, Ryan Giggs to Andy Cole, Ashley Young to John Carew, Theo Walcott to Robin van Persie and Riyad Mahrez to Jamie Vardy.
Here is the top 16 list in full:
=11. Riyad Mahrez to Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) - 14 goals
=11. Mesut Ozil to Olivier Giroud (Arsenal) - 14 goals
=11. Theo Walcott to Robin van Persie (Arsenal) - 14 goals
=11. Ashley Young to John Carew (Aston Villa) - 14 goals
=11. Ryan Giggs to Andy Cole (Manchester United) - 14 goals
11. Laurent Robert to Alan Shearer (Newcastle United) - 14 goals
10. Thierry Henry to Freddie Ljungberg (Arsenal) - 15 goals
=8. Dele Alli to Harry Kane (Spurs) - 16 goals
=8. Nolberto Solano to Alan Shearer (Newcastle) - 16 goals
7. Robert Pires to Thierry Henry (Arsenal) - 17 goals
=5. Christian Eriksen to Harry Kane (Spurs) - 19 goals
5. Kevin De Bruyne to Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) - 19 goals
=3. Steve McManaman to Robbie Flower (Liverpool) - 20 goals
3. Darren Anderton to Teddy Sheringham (Spurs) - 20 goals
2. David Silva to Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) - 21 goals
1. Frank Lampard to Didier Drogba (Chelsea) - 24 goals