Behind the score: PL GW 37 Post-Match Stat Pack

Goal and Absa, the Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, bring you the standout facts from this gameweek's Premier Lea...

Goal and Absa, the Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, bring you the standout facts from this gameweek's Premier League fixtures


  1. West Brom 1–3 West Ham

    West Brom 1–3 West Ham

    West Ham’s Declan Rice failed to convert a penalty after only two minutes and four seconds, the earliest missed penalty in Premier League history, surpassing Niko Kranjcar's failed effort after 4 minutes and 19 seconds for Portsmouth in January 2008. The miss meant that the Hammers have now failed to score four of their last eight penalties in the Premier League that weren’t taken by Mark Noble, while Noble has converted each of his last 10 in the competition.

  2. Burnley 0–3 Liverpool

    Burnley 0–3 Liverpool

    Since the start of the 2017-18 season, only Kevin De Bruyne (49) has more Premier League assists than Liverpool full-back Andrew Robertson (35), who assisted twice in this match for the first time since April 2019.

    1. ​Crystal Palace 1–3 Arsenal

      ​Crystal Palace 1–3 Arsenal

      Following his brace in this match, Nicolas Pepe has now scored in back-to-back Premier League appearances for the first time in his Arsenal career.
      1. ​Everton 1–0 Wolves

        ​Everton 1–0 Wolves

        Everton’s win was only their sixth at home in the Premier League this season. Despite this victory, the 22 points they have gained at Goodison Park in 2020-21 is their lowest in any league campaign in their history when converting to three-points-per-win.
        1. ​ Newcastle United 1–0 Sheffield United

          ​ Newcastle United 1–0 Sheffield United

          Newcastle’s Joe Willock has now scored in each of his last six appearances in the Premier League, becoming the youngest player in the competition's history to score in six consecutive outings (21y 272d). He became only the third Newcastle player to score in six consecutive Premier League appearances, following Papiss Cisse in April 2012 (6) and Alan Shearer in November 1996 (7).
        2.  Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Aston Villa

          Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Aston Villa

          This was the first time Sergio Reguilon had scored an own goal in a top-flight match in his career, and was the 1000th own goal scored in Premier League history. Only Everton (53), Aston Villa (47) and Arsenal (44) have scored more own goals in Premier League history than Spurs (41).
        3. ​Chelsea 2-1 Leicester City

          ​Chelsea 2-1 Leicester City

          Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho is the first player in Premier League history to score a goal on all seven weekdays within a single season.
        4. Brighton and Hove Albion 3-2 Manchester City

          Brighton and Hove Albion 3-2 Manchester City

          This was Brighton's first ever Premier League victory over Manchester City. They had lost each of their previous seven against the Citizens by an aggregate score of 21-2.
          1. Southampton 0–2 Leeds United

            Southampton 0–2 Leeds United

            Leeds striker Patrick Bamford’s haul of 16 Premier League goals this season is the most by a player for a promoted side in a top-flight season since Charlie Austin scored 18 for QPR in 2014-15.
          2. ​Manchester United 1–1 Fulham

            ​Manchester United 1–1 Fulham

            Manchester United have now conceded 28 home goals in the Premier League this season – they last conceded more at Old Trafford in a single league campaign back in 1962-63 (38).

 

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