4 – George Boyd has become the fourth player in Premier League history to play for two relegated sides in the same season (following Mark Robins in 1994-95 with Leicester City and Norwich City, Steve Kabba in 2006-07 with Sheffield United and Watford and David Nugent in 2009-10 with Burnley and Portsmouth).
6 – Liverpool conceded six goals in a Premier League match for the first time, hammered 6-1 at Stoke City.
7 – Ángel Di María completed 90 minutes only seven times in his debut Premier League season following his British transfer record fee move from Real Madrid at the start of the season.
10 – Theo Walcott has scored 10 goals in his last nine Premier League starts. The Arsenal forward netted a hat-trick on the final day of the season versus West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.
21 – Steve Bruce is winless in all 21 matches as a manager against Manchester United following Hull City’s 0-0 draw at home to the Red Devils on Sunday (D5, L16).
24 – Harry Kane’s winner at Everton means the England international won his team more points than any other player in the Premier League this season.
47 – Peter Crouch has scored more headed goals than any other player in Premier League history, moving one ahead of Alan Shearer on the final day of the season.
56% – Alan Pardew won 10 of his 18 Premier League matches in charge at Crystal Palace, compared to Neil Warnock’s three wins in 16 matches at the start of the season.
333 – Petr Čech played his 333rd Premier League match for Chelsea on Sunday – only two goalkeepers have played more for a single club in the competition’s history (Jussi Jääskeläinen, 379 for Bolton Wanderers and Shay Given, 354 for Newcastle United).
3420 – John Terry became only the second outfield player to win the Premier League title and play every single minute in the same season (after Garry Pallister in a 42-game season back in 1992-93).