0 – Manchester City have failed to score in back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since January 2012. The Citizens were beaten 1-0 at home to Chelsea on Monday before following it up with a 0-0 draw at Norwich City.
1 – Emmanuel Adebayor’s winner for Tottenham against Everton was the Togo striker’s first Premier League goal at White Hart Lane since 7 April 2013, which was also scored against Everton. Adebayor’s 5 other goals this season have all come on the road.
2 – West Ham have won back-to-back games in a single Premier League season for the first time since the 2010-11 season. The Hammers have also kept three consecutive clean sheets.
3 – Sunderland’s Wes Brown became the sixth player in Premier League history to collect three red cards in a single season. The other players are: David Batty, Slaven Bilić, Franck Queudrue, Craig Short and Vinny Jones. No player has ever received four.
4 – Arsenal conceded 5+ goals in a single game for only the fourth time in Premier League history. The Gunners previously conceded 6 versus Manchester City (December 2013), 8 versus Manchester United (August 2011) and 6 versus Manchester United (February 2001).
4 – Darren Bent scored his fourth goal at Old Trafford on Sunday – the most by a Manchester United opponent in Premier League history.
42% – Arsenal have conceded 11 of their 26 Premier League goals in away matches versus other teams in the top four this season. The Gunners conceded 6 at Manchester City in December and 5 at Liverpool this weekend. They are yet to go to Stamford Bridge.
42 – Liverpool have scored 42 goals in the first half of matches this season – 12 more than any other side. This is 1 more goal than Manchester United have scored in total.
81 – Manchester United attempted a Premier League high 81 crosses in their 2-2 home draw with Fulham on Sunday.
1018 – Nikica Jelavic went 1,018 minutes of Premier League action without scoring a goal before ending his duck during Hull City’s 2-0 win at Sunderland.