MANCHESTER UNITED new-boy Antony and academy star Alejandro Garnacho have congratulated team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo on reaching 700 club goals.
Five-time Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldo, 37, scored only his second goal of the season on Sunday.
But it happened to be a very important one as he reached 700 career club goals.
Ronaldo netted in the first half of United's 2-1 away win against Everton.
His team-mates celebrated the milestone with him in the changing room, posing for a big group photo as well as having giant gold balloons in the background.
And team-mate Antony, who scored the equaliser for the Red Devils at Goodison Park, took to social media to congratulate Ronaldo.
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The big-money Brazilian signing said: "What an honor for me!! Congratulations, @Cristiano!!
"Another great brand in a career full of achievements and achievements!! May we enjoy this even more together!!”
Gushing youth star Garnacho, who has got up close with both Ronaldo and international team-mate Lionel Messi, congratulated his "idol".
Re-sharing the group photo, Garnacho said: "Breaking record after record, congrats idol @cristiano."
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The Argentine has played just 21 minutes of first-team football this season, with just one of those minutes coming in the Premier League.
Ronaldo thanked fans after reaching the "beautiful" milestone.
He said on Instagram: "What a beautiful number we’ve achieved together!
"Thank you to all my team-mates, coaches, clubs, family & friends and of course my fans. United we continue!"
Ronaldo could find himself being handed more minutes by new boss Erik ten Hag going forward, with in-form Anthony Martial injured.
The Frenchman picked up a knock in the win over Everton.
And the severity of the injury is still unknown, according to Ten Hag.
The Dutchman said: "I have to see.
"I cannot tell what it is, how serious it is, let's wait the first 24 hours [to see] how serious it is and then I can give an answer.
"Everyone has to take responsibility and Martial also took his responsibility by giving the assist on the first goal."
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United are in Europa League action on Thursday against Omonia.
They will then welcome Newcastle to Old Trafford on Sunday.
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