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What? No Jon Walters? Here are the most prolific own-goal scorers in Premier League history

Richard Dunne isn’t just famous for resembling the honey monster, you know?

4. Richard Rufus, 5 own goals (Charlton Athletic)

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4. Rio Ferdinand, 5 own goals (West Ham, Leeds, Manchester United)

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4. Michael Duberry, 5 own goals (Chelsea, Leeds United, Reading)

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4. Henning Berg, 5 own goals (Blackburn, Manchester United)

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3. Frank Sinclair, 6 own goals (Chelsea, Leicester)

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2. Jamie Carragher, 7 own goals (Liverpool)

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1. Richard Dunne, 9 own goals (Everton, Man City, Aston Villa)

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