20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 24 ft. Man Utd & Romelu Lukaku

0 – Middlesbrough failed to attempt a single shot on target in their 1-0 defeat at Tottenham.  This is the second time Boro have failed to do such this season (the other versus Everton).

2 – Manchester City have scored a winner in the 90th minute versus Swansea City at the Etihad in each of the past two seasons.

3 – Southampton have lost more games from winning positions than any other side so far this season.

4 – Romelu Lukaku became the 24th player to score four or more goals in a single Premier League game (after Efan Ekoku, Andrew Cole (2), Robbie Fowler (2), Gianluca Vialli, Jürgen Klinsmann, Michael Owen (2), Ole Gunnar Solskjær (2), Alan Shearer, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Mark Viduka, Thierry Henry, Yakubu (2), Dimitar Berbatov (2), Frank Lampard (2), Andrey Arshavin, Robbie Keane, Jermain Defoe, Wayne Rooney, Louis Saha, Edin Džeko, Luis Suárez, Kun Agüero (2) and Georginio Wijnaldum).

6′ – Burnley’s Jeff Hendrick received the earliest red card of the season (6 minutes).

6 – Jermain Defoe has scored six goals in his last six Premier League appearances versus Crystal Palace.

7 – All seven of Manchester United’s goals versus Leicester City this season came in the 49th minute or earlier.

7 – Marco Silva has taken seven points from his first four Premier League games – as many as Hull City had picked up in their 18 games before the Portuguese manager took charge.

9 – Chelsea have won all nine Premier League matches in which Eden Hazard has scored this season.

12 – Tottenham have extended their undefeated record at White Hart Lane to 12 games this season (W10, D2).

12 – Joshua King is now Bournemouth’s all-time lead Premier League goalscorer.

15 – Manchester United are unbeaten in their past 15 Premier League games (W8, D7).

25 – Everton have already taken more points at Goodison Park this season (23) than they did in the entirety of the 2015-16 season.

38 – Jack Rodwell recorded his first Premier League win as a starter for Sunderland in what was his first 38th start.

59 – Romelu Lukaku is now only one goal behind Everton’s all-time Premier League top scorer Duncan Ferguson (60).

86% – West Brom have won six of their last seven games at the Hawthorns (L1).

91% – Burnley have now lost 10 of their 11 away Premier League games this season (D1).

93% – Tottenham have won 26 of their last 28 matches versus newly-promoted sides (D2, L0).

188′ – Gabriel Jesus has scored three goals in his first 188 minutes of Premier League action for Manchester City.

400 – Manolo Gabbiadini’s first Premier League goal for Southampton was the 400th goal by an Italian in the competition.

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