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Dawson has a way to go

Craig Dawson has some way to go for own goal Premier Lague record

The ignominious record for the most own goals in the Premier League is held by Richard Dunne. In his Premier League career, Dunne scored 10 own goals while representing Manchester City, Everton, Aston Villa, and QPR.

Next is Jamie Carragher with seven own goals. …  Former Hammer Rio Ferdinand scored five own goals in his career.

Dawson has made the record books by scoring own goals in two consecutive Premier League, he scored his first for Manchester United and his second for Arsenal in Sunday’s 3-3 draw. Dawson has scored three own goals in total during his footballing career.

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Dawson wasn’t alone in his own goal endeavour with Tomas Soucek joining him at the London Stadium over the weekend.

West Ham became the first team since Swansea City in 2017 to score two own goals in on Premier League game on Sunday.

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3 comments on “Dawson has a way to go

  1. I still think that was a harsh call on both Dawson and McTominay. McTom won that header fairly and deserved the goal, it was always going in.

    Dawson’s own goal against Arsenal was an absolute howler though… I still see the replays in my head and feel ill 🤕

  2. Own goals are part of the game, it shows he was in a defensive position to at least make a challenge, had he left it Aubameyang would have had a tap in, it was a bit of a netbuster though wasn’t it.

  3. Dawson isn’t the problem. The left side was under protected and the source of our misery.
    If we make Europe, we will need Dawson. The same cannot be Said for some of our attacking midfielders.

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