Scott McTominay in history book as United become first Premier League team to score 2000 goals

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Scott McTominay has written his names on the sands of time as Manchester United emerges first Premier League team to score 2000 goals.

McTominay, 22, is a product of Manchester United’s academy.

The young midfield man fired in a low strike beyond Tim Krul to put the Red Devils 1-0 up at Carrow Road after 21 minutes.

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Arsenal sit second on the all-time list with 1,860 goals, while Liverpool (1,795) and Chelsea (1,793) are third and fourth respectively.

Mark Hughes scored United’s first Premier League goal in a 2-1 defeat to Sheffield United on August 15 1992.

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It however was Cristiano Ronaldo scored as the Red Devils went up to 1,000 when he converted a consolation header in a 4-1 loss at Middlesbrough in October 2015.

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– Rashford and Martial are the first pair of team-mates to have both scored a goal and missed a penalty in the same Premier League game.

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