Peter Crouch Is The 26th Player To Score 100 Premier League Goals

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Peter Crouch has joined the elite club of just 26 players to score 100 Premier League goals with his goal coming against Everton as the two in-form sides drew 1-1 at the Bet365 Stadium.

The 36-year-old striker reached his century early in the game from close range, and celebrated in nostalgic fashion with his trademark robot celebration.

Crouch was unplayable at times throughout the game, and he and Marko Arnautovic spurned chances to extend the hosts’ lead in a dominant first-half performance before a Ryan Shawcross own-goal salvaged a point for Everton.

It was initially chalked off for offside, only for the decision to be reversed after referee Craig Pawson correctly ruled that Seamus Coleman’s strike had struck the Stoke skipper and not Romelu Lukaku on its way into the net.

Stoke are now four league games unbeaten while Everton are six in the top flight without defeat.

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