Sergio Aguero has become the first player to score in each of the opening six games of a Premier League season.
The Manchester City striker netted from the penalty spot against Watford at the Etihad on Saturday as Pep Guardiola’s side made a blistering start to the match.
David Silva scored inside the first minute while Aguero netted from the spot in the seventh minute.
Riyad Mahrez quickly made it 3-0 with a goal in the 12th minute and then Bernardo Silva made it four in the 15th minute.
It was a calamity for Watford as Nicolas Otamendi made it 5-0 after 18 minutes.
The strike from the spot means the 31-year-old has scored in each of the first six games of the season. Jose Antonio Reyes for Arsenal (2004/05) and Wayne Rooney for Man United (2011/12) had previously scored in the first five.
It also made it seven Premier League games in a row in which he has scored, with Romelu Lukaku the last player to do the same while he was playing for Everton in 2015.
Aguero has also now scored 100 goals at the Etihad Stadium and is just the third player to score a century of goals at a single venue.
Wayne Rooney netted 101 times at Old Trafford while Thierry Henry scored 114 times at Highbury.
Aguero has now scored 11 goals in eight appearances against Watford in all competitions, including hat-tricks in their FA Cup clash in January 2014 and their Premier League match in September 2017.
The striker is now the top scorer this season in the league with eight goals in the first six games.
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