Manchester United reached the benchmark of 2000 Premier League goals after an early dominance against Norwich City in their last game. Not only that, The Red Devils managed to seal the victory with complete domination over Norwich. Manchester United have the most number of goals in the history of the Premier League. Scott McTominay scored the iconic 2000th Premier League goal in the 21st minute of the game on Sunday and the midfielder has cemented his name among the legacy of some illustrious footballers to have played for United.
It was a big night for McTominay, as the midfielder became Man of Ther Match for his brilliant performance and an iconic goal. Marcus Rashford scored the second goal of the night in the 30th minute and Anthony Martial added a third in the 73rd minute. It was an easy night for Manchester United and they wrapped up the game against Norwich City by 3-1,
Mark Hughes scored the first-ever Premier League goal for Manchester United. The benchmark was set and the players turned into rising stars. Andy Cole bagged the 500th milestone goal for Manchester United against Nottingham Forest in 1999. The Red Devils thrashed Nottingham by 8-1 and on a memorable night for the United fans. Six years later Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo cemented the 1000th goal against Middlesbrough in a 4-1 victory. Arsenal are on the second spot of Premier League with 1,858 goals in their bag followed by Liverpool with 1,795 and Chelsea with 1,793 goals. No matter what the contesting clubs are still behind United in terms of Premier League goals