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Pictures: Gareth Barry and other Premier League record holders

Footballer Gareth Barry has broken the Premier League appearance record. Check out what he's achieved as well as some other record breaking Premier League players.
West Brom midfielder Gareth Barry broke the all-time Premier League appearance record against Arsenal on Monday night. It was his 633rd top flight appearance, which moves him past Ryan Giggs's current Premier League record.
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Barry started out in the Aston Villa defence back in the 1997/1998 season and later won the Premier League title with Manchester City. He's also the Premier League record holder for the most yellow cards - 119!
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Ryan Giggs (pictured centre) still has plenty of records left. The Welsh icon won 13 Premier League titles with Manchester United - the most ever for a player! He also holds the record for the most assists, setting up 162 goals.
Ryan Giggs of Manchester United squad lifts the Premiership trophy after the Barclays FA Premier League match between Wigan Athletic and Manchester United at the JJB Stadium on May 11 2008, in Wigan, England.Getty Images
The man with the most goals in Premier League history is Alan Shearer, who scored 260 goals for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle. He also shares the record for most goals in a 38-game season with...
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Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 31 goals for Manchester United during the 2007/2008 season, and...
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Luis Suarez, who netted 31 times for Liverpool in the 2013/2014 season before joining Spanish club Barcelona.
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Sadio Mane scored three goals in 176 seconds for Southampton against Aston Villa on 16 May 2015 - the fastest hat-trick in Premier League history.
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One man able to stop most of these amazing strikers over the years has been goalkeeper Petr Cech. He holds the Premier League record for the most clean sheets - 151 and counting - for Chelsea and his current club, Arsenal.
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Goalkeeper John Burridge was 43 years and 162 days old when he played for Manchester City against Queens Park Rangers on 14 May 1995 - still the oldest player in the Premier League era.
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Finally, the youngest player in Premier League history is Matthew Briggs, who was 16 years and 65 days old when he played for Fulham against Middlesbrough on 13 May 2007.
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