John Terry reached a total of 1,000 Premier League points following Chelsea and Manchester United’s goalless draw on Monday.Neither side could break the deadlock at Old Trafford, and the result saw the Blues captain amass a four-figure tally that only three other players have been able to achieve in their respective careers in England’s top-flight.Having reached such a total, talkSPORT has rolled back the years and taken a look at the top 10 players with the most points in the history of the Premier League.Find out their identity by clicking the yellow arrow above, right.Stats correct up to 31 December 2015. 10 10. In 400 appearances for Manchester United, Gary Neville won a total of 855 Premier League points – find out who has the ninth highest tally by clicking the arrow above 5. In 504 appearances, 127 for West Ham United, 54 for Leeds United, 312 for Manchester United and 11 for Queens Park Rangers, Rio Ferdinand won 983 Premier League points 10 10 10 2. In 609 appearances, 148 for West Ham United, 429 for Chelsea and 32 for Manchester City, Frank Lampard won 1,180 Premier League points 7. In 508 appearances for Liverpool, Jamie Carragher won 916 Premier League points 10 10 9. In 576 appearances, 365 for Aston Villa, 132 for Manchester City and 79, so far, for Everton, Gareth Barry has won 893 Premier League points 8. In 504 appearances for Liverpool, Steven Gerrard won 895 Premier League points 10 6. In 505 appearances, 263 for Manchester United and 242 for Everton, Phil Neville won 960 Premier League points 3. In 499 appearances for Manchester United, Paul Scholes won 1,069 Premier League points 1. Leading the way is Ryan Giggs who, in 632 appearances for Manchester United, won 1,359 Premier League points 4. In 471 appearances, and counting, for Chelsea, John Terry has won 1,000 Premier League points 10 10 10
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings“She’s had a number of health challenges over the past several months,” said Daniel Zingale, the chief of staff for Shriver’s daughter and Schwarzenegger’s wife, Maria Shriver. “In every case, she’s bounced back. She’s a remarkably resilient person. In each case, she’s drawn strength from the good wishes and prayers of people all over the world. I would hope and expect it would be true in this case again.” Eunice Shriver is credited with transforming America’s view of the mentally disabled from institutionalized patients to that of friends, neighbors and athletes. Her efforts were inspired in part by the struggles of her retarded sister, Rosemary. She founded the Special Olympics in 1968. Shriver last appeared publicly just two days before she was hospitalized, when her children held a tribute at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston to her work on behalf of special-needs children. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BOSTON – Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the 86-year-old sister of President Kennedy, who founded the Special Olympics and championed the rights of the mentally retarded, has been hospitalized. Shriver was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital on Nov. 18 and was in fair condition Saturday, said hospital spokeswoman Emily Parker, who did not release any more information. Shriver is also the sister of Sen. Edward Kennedy and the mother-in-law of California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who said in June that she was recovering from a series of strokes. Schwarzenegger said the family had been told that Shriver would never talk again but that she proved the doctors wrong.