After extending his recent scoring streak with a spectacular goal against Everton on Sunday, Antony etched his name into Manchester United history.
Since his high-profile summer transfer from Ajax, the Brazilian has been a smashing success at Old Trafford. He scored on his debut, helping United defeat Arsenal 3-1 at home. He then scored a spectacular goal in their derby loss to Manchester City, securing his place in Erik ten Hag’s starting lineup.
To counter Alex Iwobi’s early goal, Antony scored once more away at Everton, producing another one of his signature finishes.
With his most recent performance, the 22-year-old set a new club record, becoming the first player in United history to score in each of his first three Premier League outings.
The United star will be hoping to keep his spot when Ten Hag’s team returns to Europa League action on Thursday at home against Omonia Nicosia.