10 Interesting Stats from Premier League Matchday 11

1 – Sunderland became the final team to keep a clean sheet this season. After failing to shut their opponents out in the first 10 matches of the season and conceding a league high 22 goals, Gus Poyet’s side beat the league’s top scorers Manchester City 1-0 at the Stadium of Light on Sunday.

2 – Following their defeat at Sunderland on Sunday, Manchester City have now managed to win only 2 of their last 9 Premier League matches away from home, drawing 2 and losing 5.

2 – Crystal Palace have scored just 2 goals in their last 8 matches. They Eagles held Everton to a 0-0 draw at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

4 – Sunderland have won their last 4 Premier League matches against Manchester City at the Stadium of Light, all by the score of 1-0.

5 – Only 5 points separate the top 7 teams in the Premier League after 11 games. Arsenal’s lead at the top was reduced to 2 points this weekend following their defeat to Manchester United and Liverpool’s win over Fulham.

5 – Arsenal’s Mathieu Flamini received his 5th yellow card in only his 8th Premier League game on Saturday. No other player in the league has received so many. During his first spell with the Gunners, the Flamini received 13 yellow cards in 102 Premier League appearances.

8 – Luis Suárez has scored 8 goals in his 6 Premier League appearances this season. The Uruguayan netted a brace against Fulham on Saturday to make him the league’s joint top scorer with Sergio Agüero and Daniel Sturridge.

15 – Arsenal had scored in 15 consecutive Premier League games until David Moyes’ Manchester United shut them out at Old Trafford on Sunday. Prior to that it was David Moyes’ Everton that last kept a clean sheet against Arsenal, back in April.

42 – Brad Friedel became the fourth player in Premier League history to play at the age of 42. The Spurs goalkeeper is the youngest of these 42-year olds, after John Burridge, Alec Chamberlain and Steve Orgrizovic.

47% – Loïc Rémy has scored 7 of Newcastle’s 15 Premier League goals this season – the highest proportion of any team’s goals this season.