Wes Brown's own goal in Sunderland's 3-1 win at Crystal Palace on Monday night was the 6th of the defender's career. It moved him up to fourth place on the all time list of Premier League own goal scorers, although he still has some way to go before he catches up with runaway leader, Richard Dunne, who has managed 10.
Here's the full top ten as well as a selection of some of the goals that took them there.

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1 Richard Dunne * (10 own goals)
Aston Villa
Queens Park Rangers
Manchester City

2= Jamie Carragher (7 own goals)
Liverpool

2=  Zat Knight * (7 own goals)
Bolton Wanderers
Fulham

4= Wes Brown * (6 own goals)
Manchester United
Sunderland

4= Rio Ferdinand * (6 own goals)
Leeds United
Manchester United
West Ham United

4= Phil Jagielka * Everton (6 own goals)
Sheffield United

4= Derek Mountfield  (6 own goals)
Aston Villa
Everton

8= Henning Berg  (5 own goals)
Manchester United
Blackburn Rovers

8= Scott Dann *  (5 own goals)
Blackburn Rovers
Birmingham City

8= Terry Fenwick  (5 own goals)
Tottenham Hotspur
Queens Park Rangers

8= Gary Pallister  (5 own goals)
Manchester United
Middlesbrough FC

8= Neil Ruddock  (5 own goals)
Southampton
Liverpool
Tottenham Hotspur

8= Frank Sinclair  (5 own goals)
Chelsea
Leicester City

Martin Škrtel * (5 own goals)
Liverpool

Dave Watson  (5 own goals)
Everton
Norwich City

Mark Wright  (5 own goals)
Derby County
Southampton
Liverpool

* Denotes active player