20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 4 ft. Stoke City & Wayne Rooney

2 – Burnley’s Chris Wood became only the second player from Oceania to score in his first Premier League start (after Brett Emerton for Blackburn in August 2003).

3 – Matt Ritchie has registered an assist in all three of his Premier League appearances versus Swansea.

5 – Stoke City are unbeaten in their last five Premier League matches at home to Manchester United (D3, L2).

5 – All three of Álvaro Morata’s Premier League goals and assists have come from his head (3 goals, 2 assists).

6 – Watford’s seven Premier League goals so far this season have come from six different goalscorers.

6 – Brighton & Hove Albion had as many shots on target in their 3-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion as they had in their first three Premier League games combined (six).

6 – Sergio Agüero has scored in all six of his Premier League matches versus Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium.

6 – Chris Wood became only the sixth player from New Zealand to start a Premier League match (after Lee Norfolk, Simon Elliott, Danny Hay, Ryan Nelsen and Winston Reid).

7 – Arsenal have now won their last seven Premier League matches at the Emirates Stadium.

10 – Tottenham are now unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League games versus Everton (W5, D5).

14 – Gabriel Jesus has been involved in 14 goals in his 12 Premier League starts for Manchester City (10 goals, 4 assists).

16 – Manchester United have fired in more shots on target in their first two Premier League games than any other club.

16 – Swansea City have faced 16 shots on target at home in the Premier League games this season; more than any other club.

32 – Christian Eriksen tied fellow countryman Nicklas Bendtner as the joint-highest scoring Dane in Premier League history.

75% – Southampton have failed to score in nine of their last 12 Premier League matches.

100 – Wayne Rooney became only the second player in Premier League history to receive 100 yellow cards (after Gareth Barry).

124 – Sergio Agüero is now the top scoring non-European player in Premier League history, with 124 goals (overtaking Trinidad and Tobago international Dwight Yorke (123)).

314′ – Pascal Groß ended Brighton & Hove Albion’s 314-minute streak without a goal with their first-ever in the Premier League as the German opened the scoring in their victory over West Brom.

342′ – Huddersfield Town were the last team to concede a goal in this season’s Premier League, after 342 minutes of action.

535′ – Stoke City’s Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting ended Manchester United’s run of 535 minutes of Premier League football without conceding a goal.