Raheem Sterling was on the losing side in Sunday's Manchester Derby but the England star did bring up an impressive personal milestone by taking the pitch at Old Trafford.
The City winger is now the fourth-youngest player in Premier League history to hit 250 appearances, joining some esteemed company.
Raheem Sterling is the fourth youngest player in @premierleague history to reach 250 appearances. 🦁— Futaa.com (@Futaacom) March 10, 2020
🥇 Wayne Rooney: 24y 119d
🥈 James Milner: 24y 293d
🥉 Gareth Barry: 25y 37d
4️⃣ Raheem Sterling: 25y 91d
5️⃣ Frank Lampard: 25y 253d #MUNMCI pic.twitter.com/71WpjuzaWQ
Of the youngest five to achieve the milestone, only Sterling and Liverpool's James Milner are still active Premier League players. United legend Wayne Rooney is plying his trade for Derby County in the Championship, Gareth Barry has retired and, of course, Frank Lampard is the current Chelsea boss after enjoying great success at the club as a player.