Following his brace against Watford, Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has now overtaken Cristiano Ronaldo in the Premier League's all-time goalscoring chart.
The England international netted twice in the first half of City's 4-0 win over the Hornets on Tuesday evening, taking his Premier League tally for the season to a career-best total of 19.
Sterling's second goal of the night was also his 85th goal in the competition, which steered him one strike clear of former Manchester United star Ronaldo and saw him draw level with the likes of Fernando Torres and Eden Hazard in the EPL's all-time top scorers ranking.
The 25-year-old's goals are spread across his spells with Liverpool, for whom he scored 18 times in the league, and with City, with whom he has now netted on 67 occasions.
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Sterling, who made his debut in 2012, achieved the feat in 258 appearances and is now just 15 goals away from becoming only the 30th player in the Premier League era to reach 100 or more goals in the competition.