10 Interesting Stats from Premier League Matchday 5

1 – Leicester City became the first team in Premier League history to overturn a two-goal deficit and beat Manchester United. On Sunday the Foxes came from 1-3 to beat Louis van Gaal’s side 5-3.

2 – Papiss Cissé scored two goals in 24 games for Newcastle last season. He scored two against Hull Cty on Saturday to rescue a point for the Magpies.

3 – Burnley have kept as many clean sheets in the first five games of this season (3) as they did in their 38 games in their only previous Premier League season of 2009-10.

5 – Aston Villa’s Gabby Agbonlahor completed only five passes in their defeat to Arsenal on Saturday. Four of these were from kickoffs.

8 – Tottenham have now lost eight of their last 13 Premier League games after Europa League action. Mauricio Pochettino’s side surprisingly went down 1-0 at home to West Brom on Sunday.

11 – Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has kept just one clean sheet in his last 11 Premier League games. The Reds were surprisingly beaten 3-1 by West Ham on Saturday.

13 – Everton have conceded the most goals after five games this season.

19 – After failing to score against West Ham, Mario Balotelli now only has one goal in his last 19 Premier League matches.

39 – Frank Lampard’s equaliser for Manchester City against his former team, Chelsea means the former England international has now scored against 39 different Premier League clubs – more than any other player.

100% – Leighton Baines has scored all 14 of his Premier League penalties. His spot kick versus Crystal Palace on Sunday couldn’t prevent Everton falling to defeat at home.