DAVID SILVA scored his 50th goal for Manchester City as Pep Guardiola’s team smashed Crystal Palace on Saturday.
The Spanish playmaker has been a firm favourite at the Etihad in the 275 matches he’s played since joining in 2010.
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To mark his milestone, we’ve gone through all his goals to bring you the top five.
A year after joining City, Silver scored this fantastic curling shot against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
From the way the Spanish midfielder controls the ball to the finish it is certainly one of his best goals for City.
Silva’s stunning strike against Hull in 2014 helped the club towards clinching the League title in a season where they only tipped Brendan Rodgers Liverpool by two points.
Silva’s curving strike into the top corner is arguably the best strike of his career and certainly one of his best for the Manchester club.
Since his Premier League debut in August 2010, Silva has been directly involved in 102 goals in the competition (38 goals, 64 assists), more than any other midfielder, and this solo effort is one of the best of the lot.
The playmaker danced through West Hams defence with ease and curled it past The Hammers keeper.
Silva’s goal against arch rivals Manchester United was the fifth goal in the Citizens dismantling of United that ended 6-1.
This goal makes the list due to its importance, it is a goal that will always be remembered by Manchester City Fans.
Similarly to his effort against the Hammers this solo curling shot looks more like something Lionel Messi would score, this goal holds extra weight as it was his first Premier League goal.