With three goals in their latest win over Huddersfield Town, Manchester City have become the first team in Europe's top five leagues to reach 100 goals for the season.
Two defeats in December for Pep Guardiola's side sees them having to play catch up to Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Danilo's long-range effort against struggling Huddersfield on Sunday saw them reach a century of goals for the campaign, before Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sané added two more to the tally.
PSG are City's closest rivals in the goals department with 90, while Barcelona are third with 78.
Those 102 goals have come courtesy of 17 different scorers, with Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus leading the way with 14 each, followed by Sterling (12) and Sane (11). As well as vying for the title, City will be keen to break their record of 156 goals, achieved under Manuel Pellegrini in the 2013-14.