20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 11 ft. Laurent Koscielny & Liverpool

1 – Everton were the only Premier League side not to score this weekend.

4 – Laurent Koscielny committed twice as many fouls versus Tottenham (4) as he had in his previous nine games combined (2).

4 – Leicester City’s Islam Slimani’s first four Premier League goals have all been headers.

5 – Chelsea have won five of their six league matches at Stamford Bridge this season – they only won five of 19 last season.

5 – Mauricio Pochettino is unbeaten in all five Premier League North London derbies as Tottenham manager (W1, D4).

8 – Roberto Firmino has been involved in eight goals in his last seven games (5 goals, 3 assists).

8 – Philippe Coutinho has too been involved in eight goals in his last seven Premier League games (3 goals, 5 assists).

13% – Stoke City have won only six of their 45 Premier League games in London (D10, L29).

14 – Tony Pulis registered his first Premier League win over a defending champion as West Brom beat Leicester City 2-1 (D4, L10).

17 – Liverpool recorded a Premier League season-high 17 shots on target versus Watford on Saturday.

20 – West Brom ended Leicester’s unbeaten run at the King Power Stadium which previously stood at 20 games (W13, D7).

25 – Manchester City had 25 efforts on goal in their 1-1 draw at home to Middlesbrough.

76% – 28 of the 37 penalties taken in the Premier League have been converted this season.

78 – Sam Vokes’ goal versus Crystal Palace after 78 seconds is the second-quickest goal in the Premier League this season (after Pedro in 30 seconds versus Manchester United).

92% – Jermain Defoe has now scored against 35 of the 38 Premier League clubs he has faced.

93% – And Sergio Agüero has now scored against 28 of the 30 Premier League clubs he has faced.

125 – Hull City scored in the space of 125 seconds to come from behind to beat Southampton 2-1.

139 – The North London derby is the highest-scoring match in Premier League history following the 1-1 draw at the Emirates on Sunday.

945 – David Moyes registered his first Premier League win in 945 days as 10-man Sunderland were 2-1 winners at Bournemouth.

25,000 – Zlatan Ibrahimović netted the Premier League’s 25,000th goal during Manchester United’s 3-1 win at Swansea City on Sunday.