Peter Crouch has scored his 100th Premier League goal and marked the occasion by bringing out his infamous robot celebration.
The former England striker opened the scoring for Stoke City against Everton and, at 36 years of age, becomes the oldest player to reach the 100-mark in the competition.
7- PETER CROUCH OPENS THE SCORING AND BAGS HIS 100TH PREMIER LEAGUE GOAL!!!!!! — Stoke City FC (@stokecity) February 1, 2017
In hitting his 100th goal, Crouch joins an exclusive group of players to score a century or more goals in the Premier League, with the likes of Didier Drogba, Sergio Aguero and Thierry Henry achieving the feat.
Alan Shearer is the all-time top scorer in the Premier League's history, with a total of 260 goals scored during his time playing for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.
Shearer became the first player to reach 100 goals in the league, doing so in 124 appearances - much faster than Aguero, who took 147 games to reach the milestone.
While Shearer is the all-time top scorer, Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is a distant second with 195 to his name.