Manchester City set a new Premier League record goals tally of 104 courtesy of Bernardo Silva's effort against Brighton and Hove Albion on Wednesday.
With two goals in the opening 34 minutes against Brighton, champions City surpassed Chelsea's 2009-10 effort of 103 to take ownership of the milestone outright.
Danilo put Pep Guardiola's side ahead 16 minutes into proceedings at the Etihad Stadium and, after an equaliser from Leonardo Ulloa, Silva notched the milestone strike.
It is another feather in the cap for Guardiola's supreme side, who have netted the highest amount of goals by any side in the English top flight since Tottenham scored 111 in 1962-63.
104 - Man City now hold the outright record for most goals in a single Premier League campaign. Champions. https://t.co/le84un68Qg— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 9, 2018