After helping Manchester United overcome Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 on Saturday, Cristiano Ronaldo equaled Chelsea star Didier Drogba’s Premier League record.
United rebounded from a devastating 5-0 loss to Liverpool with a comfortable victory over Spurs.
Ronaldo had an inspirational performance for Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s side, scoring the game’s first goal with a one-time volley and assisting Edinson Cavani’s second goal.
Marcus Rashford scored the third goal after a superb through assist from Nemanja Matic.
And, at 36 years and 267 days, Ronaldo is the first player since Didier Drogba to score and assist in a Premier League match (December 2014)
The superstar from Cote d’Ivoire was also 36 years and 267 days old when he accomplished the record versus Spurs.
When United hosts Manchester City next Saturday, Ronaldo will be hoping to repeat his outstanding performance.