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



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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