20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 12 ft. Kevin De Bruyne & Man Utd

0 – Southampton failed to register a single shot on target in a Premier League game for the first time since December 2004; also against Liverpool.

1 – Olivier Giroud’s late equaliser versus Manchester United was Arsenal’s only shot on target.

1 – Following Sunderland’s 3-0 win over Hull City, Crystal Palace are the only team without a clean sheet this season.

2.6 – Hull City have conceded 26 goals in their last 10 games.

3 – Manchester United have drawn three successive games at Old Trafford for the first time in Premier League history.

3 – Phil Jagielka has conceded three penalties already this season – more than any other player.

4 – West Brom’s 4-0 thrashing of Burnley on Monday night is the Baggies’ joint-biggest win in Premier League history.

4 – Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha has recorded an assist in each of his last four games.

5 – Stoke City have conceded a league-high five goals from free kicks this season.

5 – Bob Bradley has become the first Swansea City manager to fail to win any of his first five Premier League games (D2, L3).

7 – Kevin De Bruyne has provided the most assists this season.

7 – West Ham have received more red cards since the start of last season than any other team.

9 – Everton are unbeaten in their last nine home Premier League games (W5, D4).

11 – Michail Antonio has now scored 11 headed goals in the Premier League in 2016.  Christian Benteke and Sergio Agüero are next on the list with five each.

13 – Diego Costa has been involved in more goals than any other player so far this season (10 goals, 3 assists).

14 – Bojan became the first Stoke City player to miss a penalty in their last 14 attempts.

21 – Kevin De Bruyne has not tasted defeat in any of his 21 Premier League matches in 2016 (W13, D8).

19 – Only once in Premier League history have Manchester United had fewer points after 12 games (18 in 2004-05).

300 – Robert Huth became the first German to make 300 Premier League appearances.

590′ – Chelsea have now gone 590 minutes since they last conceded in the Premier League – winning six successive games without allowing a single goal.

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