Sergio Aguero has moved level with Eric Brook as Manchester City’s leading goalscorer after netting against Burnley from the penalty spot.
The Argentinian has now scored 177 goals for City, matching the feat of Brook – who played for the club between 1928 and 1939.
Here, Press Association Sport looks at some of the Argentinian’s memorable and milestone goals.
Numbers one and two (v Swansea, Premier League – August 15, 2011)
An impressive debut, netting twice to launch an ultimately successful title charge with a 4-0 win. First was a tap-in at the back post with a long-range strike doubling his tally.
Number six (v Wigan, Premier League – September 10, 2011)
Showed great composure when through on goal to complete his first hat-trick for City.
Number 25 (v West Brom, Premier League – April 11, 2012)
Opened the scoring in a 4-0 victory with a long-range shot from outside the box after a driving run, his first of two on the day.
Number 30 (v QPR, Premier League – May 13, 2012)
His most famous strike, pouncing deep into injury time as City snatched Premier League title glory in the most dramatic fashion.
Number 44 (v Manchester United, Premier League – April 8, 2013)
Came off the bench to net a late winner at Old Trafford with a superb solo effort.
Number 50 (v Manchester United, Premier League – September 22, 2013)
Brought up his half-century in just his 74th appearance with the first of a double in a 4-1 win over City’s arch-rivals, hooking in a volley from six yards out.
Number 92 (v Bayern Munich, Champions League – November 25, 2014)
Completed a memorable hat-trick and a famous victory over Pep Guardiola’s Bayern after pouncing on a mistake in the 89th minute.
Number 100 (v Manchester United, Premier League – April 12, 2015)
Notched another landmark goal in a clash with the neighbours by firing a close-range shot through the grasp of David de Gea for the second of another derby double – but it provided consolation only in a 4-2 loss.
Numbers 111-115 (v Newcastle, Premier League – October 3, 2015)
Delivered a masterclass in finishing to destroy Newcastle with five goals in the space of 20 minutes, equalling a competition record for the most goals scored by an individual in a match. Were it not for an injury-enforced substitution, he might have had the chance to net a record sixth.
Number 134 (v Newcastle, Premier League – April 19, 2016)
The goal should have been disallowed for offside – but the headed opener in a 1-1 draw at St James’ Park was Aguero’s 100th in the Premier League. Coming in just his 147th Premier League appearance, he was the second-fasted player to reach that milestone behind Alan Shearer.
Number 150 (v Middlesbrough, Premier League – November 5, 2016)
Sidefooted home an inviting cross from Kevin De Bruyne.