Wayne Rooney has broken Sir Bobby Charlton's Manchester United scoring record
The Manchester United captain drew level with Charlton in the FA Cup tie with Reading earlier this month.
And he scored a late free-kick aganst Stoke to salvage a 1-1 draw and go past Charlton's 249 United goals.
The England captain's record breaking 250th strike came in his 546th appearance, while Charlton took 758 games to reach 249 before leaving Old Trafford in 1973.
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Wayne Rooney scored a late free-kick against Stoke to break Sir Bobby Charlton's record
Rooney joined United in 2004 from boyhood club Everton in a deal worth £30million.
He has gone on to win five league titles, the Champions League, the FA Cup, two League Cups and four Community Shields during his time at Old Trafford.
"It means a hell of a lot," Rooney said.
"It is a great honour and I am very proud. It is difficult at the minute to be over-pleased because of the result but in the grand scheme it is huge honour.
"It is not something I expected when I joined. As I said before, I am proud and I hope there is more to come.
"The players who have played for this club have been world class. I am proud to play for this club. To be all-time goalscorer is a huge honour.”