A total of 23 managers have now accumulated 100 wins to their name since the inaugural Premier League season back in 1992/93.
Sunday’s thumping 4-2 win at home to Burnley propelled Brendan Rodgers to this landmark win as the Leicester City boss became the managerial group’s newest member after he watched his side go top of the table after two games.
In securing his 100th Premier League triumph - across spells at Swansea, Liverpool and now Leicester - the Northern Irishman has joined some pretty elite names.
Perhaps none more so than 13-time Premier League champion, Sir Alex Ferguson, who won a simply staggering 528 games in the top-flight between 1992 and 2013 - you won’t be surprised to hear that this is a Premier League record.
Three-time winner Arsene Wenger (476) and Harry Redknapp (236) make up the top-three, while the much maligned David Moyes actually has more wins (209) than former champ (x3) Jose Mourinho (204); however, the duo will surely swap positions in this managerial table at some point this season.
Mourinho was previously the quickest manager to have reached 100 Premier League wins, something he achieved in his 142nd game during his second spell at Chelsea.
However, a 2-0 win over Sheffield United in Man City’s final game of 2019 ensured that Pep Guardiola toppled his rival. He bagged his 100th Premier League win in just 134 games - a remarkable feat - and has since extended his tally to 113 wins.
Brendan Rodgers: The newest member of the 100 Club
Other current Premier League managers with 100+ wins on the board include Newcastle’s Steve Bruce (122), defending champion Jurgen Klopp (120) and Roy Hodgson who joins Guardiola on 113 wins.
One day the likes of Sam Allardyce (174), Rafa Benitez (168) and Mauricio Pochettino (132) may get the opportunity to increase their respective win count, while managers who are within touching distance of the milestone - but may never reach - are: Tony Pulis (98), Joe Kinnear (97), Graeme Souness (94) and Manuel Pellegrini (90).
The 100 Premier League Wins Club
Sir Alex Ferguson: 528
Arsene Wenger: 476
Harry Redknapp: 236
David Moyes: 209
Jose Mourinho: 204
Sam Allardyce: 174
Rafa Benitez: 168
Mark Hughes: 158
Mauricio Pochettino: 132
Martin O’Neill: 130
Steve Bruce: 122
Jurgen Klopp: 120
Gerard Houllier: 118
Kevin Keegan: 116
Kenny Dalglish: 115
Pep Guardiola: 113
Roy Hodgson: 113
David O’Leary: 112
Alan Pardew: 109
Alan Curbishley: 108
Claudio Ranieri: 107
George Graham: 102
Brendan Rodgers: 100
(Statistics from PremierLeague.com - as of 21st September 2020, 12pm)