Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford joined club legend Cristiano Ronaldo at one of the elite clubs after his goal in his side’s 2-1 derby victory over Manchester City on Saturday afternoon.
Goals from Bruno Fernandes and Rashford gave Manchester United all three points against Man City.
Jack Grealish scored for Pep Guardiola’s team at Old Trafford.
Rashford’s goal against Man City means he is now the first Manchester United player to score in seven consecutive matches in all competitions for the Red Devils since Ronaldo in April 2008.
Rashford will now hope to continue his impressive display for Erik ten Hag’s side when they face Crystal Palace in their next match on Wednesday.
English Premier League: Rashford joins Cristiano Ronaldo, setting a unique record after Manchester United beat City 2-1