Marcus Rashford scored his 100th goal for Manchester United after bagging a bullet header against West Ham.
Rashford headed home past Lukasz Fabianski from a glorious Christian Eriksen cross to put United ahead in the 38th minute.
He wheeled away in celebration and performed a passionate knee-slide after reaching a hugely important milestone for his boyhood club.
Rashford’s first ever goals for United came against FC Midtjylland as an 18-year-old and he’s gone on to achieve huge things in a red shirt.
His 99th goal was a header against Sheriff Tiraspol as a substitute on Thursday in the Europa League and he only had to wait a few days to hit the century at Old Trafford.
Rashford becomes the 22nd player to score 100 goals for United and the first to do it since record goalscorer Wayne Rooney, whose No.10 shirt he has worn since 2018.