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Wayne Rooney opened the scoring with his 200th Prem goal, but Raheem Sterling earned City a share of the points with his late volley.
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Wayne Rooney scored his 200th Premier League goal on Monday night when he netted for Everton in their 1-1 draw at Manchester City.

The 31-year-old became only the second player to reach the milestone after Alan Shearer, who is the competition's top scorer, with 260 goals.

Rooney's landmark came at the start of his second spell at boyhood club Everton, for whom he made his debut at the age of 16. He was 16 years and 360 days old when he netted his first Premier League goal in October 2002 to help Everton beat Arsenal, making him the youngest Premier League goal scorer at the time.

The forward left Goodison Park for Manchester United in 2004 for £25 million, the highest fee paid for a teenager at the time. During his 13 years at Old Trafford, he won five Premier League titles, three League Cups, one FA Cup, one Champions League, one Europa League and one FIFA Club World Cup before returning to Everton.

Here are the key numbers, facts and stats around Rooney's 200 Premier League goals.

HOW MANY HE HAS SCORED

Total Premier League games: 462

Total Premier League goals: 200

Goals for Everton: 17 goals

Goals for Manchester United: 183 -- the most in the Premier League by any player for one single club

Highest tally of Premier League goals in one season: 27 (2011-12)

Lowest tally of Premier League goals in one season: 5 (2016-17)

HOW HE SCORED THEM

Right foot: 153

Left foot: 26

Headers: 21

Inside the box: 173

Outside the box: 27

Direct free kicks: 7

Penalties: 20

Wayne Rooney's overhead kick against Manchester City was one of his most memorable goals, as was his celebration.

WHOM HE SCORED AGAINST

14 goals: Newcastle

13: Aston Villa

11: Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United

10: Fulham, Portsmouth

9: Bolton Wanderers, Manchester City

Only Shearer has double-figure goal tallies against more Premier League opponents -- 12, to Rooney's seven.

Rooney has scored Premier League goals against 35 different opponents in all.

WHERE HE SCORED THEM

Old Trafford: 101

Goodison Park: 11

St James' Park: 8

Upton Park: 7

White Hart Lane: 7

Alan Shearer is the Premier League's all-time top goal scorer for his 260 strikes.

PREMIER LEAGUE ALL-TIME TOP SCORERS (* = still active)

1. Alan Shearer (Blackburn, Newcastle) -- 260

2. Wayne Rooney (Everton, Manchester United) -- 200*

3. Andrew Cole (Newcastle, Manchester United, Blackburn, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth) -- 187

4. Frank Lampard (West Ham, Chelsea, Manchester City) -- 177

5. Thierry Henry (Arsenal) -- 175

6. Robbie Fowler (Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester City) -- 163

7. Jermain Defoe (West Ham, Tottenham, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Bournemouth) -- 158*

8. Michael Owen (Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester United, Stoke) -- 150

9. Les Ferdinand (QPR, Newcastle, Tottenham, West Ham, Leicester, Bolton) -- 149

10. Teddy Sheringham (Nottingham Forest, Tottenham, Manchester United, Portsmouth, West Ham) -- 146

Information from the Press Association was used in this report.

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