Sergio Aguero made Manchester City history after he scored the clubs third goal in their Champions League clash at Napoli.
The Argentine has been one of the best strikers in Premier League history but he solidified himself in the history books at Man City tonight.
That is because he becomes the clubs all-time leading goalscorer on 178 goals for the Etihad side.
Joining from Atletico Madrid back in 2011 in a big money transfer with some huge expectations.
Though, it is safe to say he has lived up to those expectations with 178 goals in 264 appearances.
What makes it even sweeter is his goal sealed qualification into the next round of the Champions League following the game against Napoli.
The Italian giants initially took the lead through Lorenzo Insigne which had Man City fans worried but Nicolás Otamendi brought them level.
Man City then took the lead through John Stones much to the surprise of many who were watching the game.
Unfortunately, it was another Napoli goal that saw Man City fall again as the Italians made it 2-2 and looked to win the game.
Ultimately, it was Sergio Aguero’s record-breaking goal to send the Cityzens through to the knockout stage of the Champions League.
For good measure, Raheem Sterling added a fourth in added time.
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) November 1, 2017
Meanwhile at Wembley
Talking about history, Tottenham have made their own bit of history by smashing Real Madrid 3-1.
The London side have been extremely impressive in the Champions League so far but they took it to a new level this evening.
Real Madrid were not at their best and their fans certainly had something to say about it on social media.
Meanwhile, Spurs fans cannot believe they have just won 3-1 against Real Madrid at Wembley.
That win secures qualification for Mauricio Pochettino’s side who could even finish top of their group.
When the draw was made, Spurs were looking at the group of death, now they are looking down on all their opponents.