Eriksen joined this list at the weekend. 99 different nations have scored in the Premier League. Here we go...
...but there's no sign of Luis Suarez or Neymar. Real need to take a look at this list and pick a new striker...
Are Leicester and Liverpool ready to go again? Will Man United score four? Can Koeman turn things around?
Also get on wins for Burnley, Chelsea, Everton, Manchester City and Newcastle. Degsy knows, people.
Man City and Man United are threatening to race clear, but Pep says this is still a six-horse race.
Pochettino received criticism for resting Dembele in the PL and playing him in the Carabao Cup.
Olivier Giroud is the obvious place to start, but what of the other 19 Premier League clubs?
Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Man City and Man United avoid one another in the Carabao Cup.
Liverpool and Spurs' problems are much bigger than Arsenal's. Everton and Saints do not escape censure.
Just 23,926 fans watched Tottenham beat Barnsley. The lowest Wembley attendance ever is 15,628.
The boy Juan Foyth did rather well, albeit against Barnsley at home. And who doesn't love Michel Vorm?
Who knew Heung-min Son and Kevin Wimmer were so close? Imagine the handshake banter.
Forget the Liverpool defence; Klopp's in-game management is terrible. And oh Spurs. Oh Spursy Spurs.
Spurs too. They all dropped points, and so Jose Mourinho is sparing no thoughts for Man City.
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