The Portuguese Bernardo Silva, Manchester City's midfielder, achieved a special record during his team’s match against Everton yesterday, Wednesday, in the 19th round of the English Premier League.
Bernardo set up his team's first goal in the match for his teammate Phil Foden in the 53rd minute, while he scored the Citizens' third goal (86).
Bernardo Silva has now delivered 37 assists throughout his career in the Premier League, equalling the record held by his compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo, the star of Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia, during his two spells with Manchester United.
Nani, the former star of the Red Devils, remains the Portuguese player with the most assists in the Premier League, with 43 assists.
Following Nani, the duo of Bernardo Silva and Cristiano Ronaldo share the second spot, while Bruno Fernandes, the current star of Manchester United, is in fourth place with 36 assists.
The match concluded with a 1-3 victory for Manchester City against Everton, bringing them to 37 points and securing the fourth position, while Everton is currently in 17th place with 16 points (-10 points as a penalty against them).