Romelu Lukaku equals Everton's all-time Premier League scoring record

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The Belgian striker's goal against Sunderland on Saturday moved him to the top of the club's Premier League scoring chart

Romelu Lukaku has tied Everton's all-time Premier League scoring record with his 60th strike for the club.

Lukaku netted in the second half of Saturday's 2-0 win over Sunderland at Goodison Park, moving him level with club legend Duncan Ferguson.

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The Belgium international reached the mark much quicker than Ferguson, however. Lukaku needed just 129 Premier League games to score 60 times, whereas Ferguson reached his mark in 239 matches. 

At only 23, Lukaku appears set to far surpass Ferguson's record should he decide to stay with the Toffees beyond this season. 

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