20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 29 ft. Crystal Palace & Rudy Gestede

1 – Crystal Palace became the first team since the 2003-04 season to win a Premier League game without a single shot on target.

2 – Swansea City’s Alfie Mawson joined teammate Jack Cork and Bournemouth’s Tyrone Mings to score two own goals in the Premier League this season.

3 – Three different players have scored from the penalty spot for Tottenham this season – Harry Kane, Vincent Janssen and Dele Alli.

3+ – Leicester City have scored three or more goals in each of Craig Shakespeare’s first three games in charge of the club, winning all three.

4 – Hull City joined Manchester City and West Ham on a league-high four red cards for the season.

7 – Manchester City are on their longest unbeaten streak under Pep Guardiola (W4, D3).

7 – Bournemouth’s Joshua King has scored seven goals in his past six Premier League appearances.

10 – Tottenham have won a club record 10 consecutive games at White Lane Hart in the Premier League era.

13 – Sunderland have been shut out on more occasions than any team this season.

15 – Everton have had more different goalscorers than any other team so far this season.

20 – Liverpool have picked up more points in 10 games versus the current top six (20) than they have in the same number of games against the current bottom six (19).

22 – Sunderland have failed to score in the first half of 22 Premier League matches this season.

38 – Middlesbrough striker Rudy Gestede is now winless in his last 38 Premier League appearances.

39% – 13 of Maourane Fellaini’s 33 Premier League goals have been headers.

47 – James Milner now holds the Premier League record for scoring in the most games without losing (W37, D10).

63 – Swansea City have shipped the most goals in the league.

72% – Chelsea have now won 13 of their 18 Premier League matches versus Stoke City (D3, L2).

293′ – Crystal Palace have gone nearly five hours since they last conceded a goal.

509′ – Rudy Gestede ended Middlesbrough’s run of 509 minutes without a Premier League goal.

600 – Manchester United became the first club to reach a landmark 600 Premier League wins.