Manchester City's Sergio Agüero became the first player since Thierry Henry to score 20 or more in five successive Premier League seasons.
Manchester City's Sergio Agüero joined Thierry Henry in scoring 20 goals or more in five successive Premier League campaigns on Sunday.
Agüero's goal earns title-chasing City narrow win at Burnley
Agüero's was the solitary strike as Manchester City won 1-0 against Burnley in a tight contest at Turf Moor.
It was far from a vintage Agüero goal - Matthew Lowton just unable to keep the ball from going over the line after making a desperate block.
20 - Sergio Agüero is only the second player in @premierleague history to score 20+ goals in five consecutive campaigns, after Thierry Henry between 2001-02 and 2005-06. Legends. #BURMCI pic.twitter.com/5o0MSDtcgL— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 28, 2019
Equals Henry feat achieved back in 2006
Nevertheless, the goal stood after confirmation from goal-line technology, making Agüero the first player since Arsenal great Henry in 2005-06 to take his tally to at least 20 for five successive seasons.
Agüero also closed in on Premier League top scorer Mohamed Salah, who leads the way with 21 goals.