2 – Marcus Rashford’s brace against Arsenal made him the second youngest player to score two goals on his full Premier League debut (18 years and 120 days). Liverpool’s Michael Owen was 18 years and 55 days when he netted twice in a 3-2 home defeat to Southampton in February 1998.
6 – Marko Arnautović’s brace versus Aston Villa means the Austrian has now scored six Premier League goals at the Britannia Stadium this season – twice as many as any other player.
7 – Norwich City’s late defeat at Leicester means they have only taken one point from their last seven Premier League games.
10 – Both Chelsea and Southampton have led in 10 Premier League home games this season, the joint-most in the Premier League. The Saints took the lead over the champions on Saturday before losing 2-1 at St. Mary’s.
10 – Sunderland’s Vito Mannone has yet to keep a clean sheet in any of his 10 appearances in all competitions this season (18 goals).
18 – Mesut Özil recorded his 18th Premier League assist of this season so far – only Thierry Henry (20 in 2002-03) has more in a single campaign than the Arsenal playmaker.
18 – At 18 years and 120 days, Marcus Rashford became the third youngest Manchester United player to score a Premier League goal (after Danny Welbeck and Federico Macheda).
71% – Watford’s 0-0 draw at home to Bournemouth means that the Hornets have now failed to score in five of their last seven Premier League matches.
78% – Manchester United have won seven of their past nine Premier League games at Old Trafford versus Arsenal and are unbeaten during this run (D2). The Red Devils were 3-2 winners on Saturday with help of a brace from 18-year-old Marcus Rashford.
210′ – Aston Villa have now gone three-and-a-half hours since the last won a corner.