10 Interesting Stats from Premier League Matchday 14

3 – Luis Suárez is the first player to score three hat-tricks against the same team in Premier League history. The Liverpool striker netted 4 in their 5-1 victory over Norwich City on Wednesday, making it three successive seasons in which he has scored a hat-trick against the Canaries.

7 – Marouane Fellaini has now failed to win all 7 Premier League matches he has started this season.

8 – Southampton have conceded 8 goals in their last 3 Premier League games after starting the season conceding 5 goals in their first 11 matches.

11 – Luis Suárez has scored 11 goals in 5 Premier League matches against Norwich City. The Liverpool striker even failed to score in his first match against the Canaries but has shredded them in the last four, including three hat-tricks.

12 – Luis Suárez has scored more Premier League goals this season than Crystal Palace (8), Cardiff City (11) and Sunderland (11). The Uruguayan was suspended for the first five games of the season.

12 – Manchester United are as many points behind leaders Arsenal as they are ahead of relegation placed Fulham and Crystal Palace.

20 – Everton ended their 20-match run without a Premier League win at Old Trafford with a 1-0 victory over David Moyes Manchester United on Wednesday. The only previous occasion the Toffees had won at Old Trafford in the Premier League era was the very first game at Old Trafford following the league’s rebranding in 1992.

21 – Jozy Altidore ended his 21 Premier League match streak without a goal during Sunderland’s 4-3 home loss to Chelsea. The American striker scored the first goal of the game. His last Premier League goal came in February 2010 during a 2-1 victory over Manchester City whilst playing for Hull City.

40 – Ryan Giggs became the second 40-year old outfield player to appear in the Premier League after the Manchester United midfielder featured against Everton on Wednesday. Teddy Sheringham was the first when he turned out for West Ham in 2005-06 and the following season.

1,071 – Nicklas Bendtner scored his first Premier League goal for Arsenal in 1,071 days when he opened the scoring for the Gunners in their 2-0 victory over Hull City.