Manchester United are on course to become the first team in Premier League history to score 2,000 goals.
The Reds currently sit on 1,973 goals and should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team keep scoring goals at the rate which they have been since the Norwegian took charge they’ll reach the milestone this season.
United have found a new attacking verve since Solskjaer took over in December and have scored an average of 2.5 goals a game in his eight league games in the hot seat.
If United keep it up then they should reach the 2,000 goal mark when Chelsea visit Old Trafford in late April.
It would be yet another impressive record for Solskjaer – who has contributed 91 goals to the tally himself – one which epitomises the change in attitude he’s brought to the club.
Under Jose Mourinho United only averaged 1.7 goals a game this season and the negative style of football was one of the key reasons the club decided to sack the Portuguese.
Unsurprisingly, United are trail blazers in the Premier League record books.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored against Middlesbrough in 2005 to score United 1,000th Premier League goal, becoming the first team to reach the landmark.
They were also the first team to score 1,000 goals at home – when Anthony Martial netted against Everton in 2016.
Solskjaer sits sixth in the standings of United’s all time Premier League goal scorers. With Andy Cole (93), Ruud van Nistelrooy (95), Paul Scholes (107), Ryan Giggs (109) and Wayne Rooney (183) all above him.
The rest of the top ten is made up of Cristiano Ronaldo (84), Eric Cantona (64), David Beckham (62) and Dimitar Berbatov, Robin van Persie and Dwight Yorke who are all joint on 48.
United are also not far away from another massive goal scoring record. They currently sit on 9,924 goals scored in their entire history,meaning they are only 76 goals away from hitting 10,000.