20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 8 ft. Watford & Gabriel Jesus

0 – Gabriel Jesus has never lost a Premier League game (W13, D4).

2 – Stoke City scored two goals at the Etihad Stadium for the first time in their 7-2 defeat to Manchester City.

2 – Roy Hodgson became the second manager to beat Chelsea with four different Premier League teams (Blackburn Rovers, West Bromwich Albion, Liverpool and Crystal Palace), after Sam Allardyce.

5 – Watford have scored a goal in the 90th minute or later in each of their last three Premier League games, picking up five points in the process.

6 – Crystal Palace 2-1 Chelsea was only the sixth time in Premier League history that the team bottom of the table beat the defending champions.

6 – Raheem Sterling has scored six goals in his last six Premier League appearances.

12 – Everton are winless in their last 12 Premier League matches away from home (D6, L6) since beating Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in January.

13% – Jose Mourinho has now only won one of his eight matches against Jurgen Klopp in all competitions (W1, D4, L3).

18 – Gabriel Jesus has been involved in 18 goals in his 17 Premier League appearances (13 goals, 5 assists).

18 – Petr Čech has failed to save any of the last 18 penalties he has faced in the Premier League.

18% – Ronald Koeman’s win percentage in away league games with Everton is only 18% (P22, W4), compared to 37% at Southampton previously (P38, W14).

28 – Harry Kane has failed to score with any of his 28 efforts on goal in his Premier League matches at Wembley Stadium this season.

36 – Wayne Rooney has now scored against 36 of the 39 different clubs he’s faced in the Premier League – only failing to score against Blackpool, Derby County and Manchester United.

51 – Joe Hart became the 51st goalkeeper in Premier League history to record an assist.

83% – Five of Brighton & Hove Albion’s six Premier League goals have been scored in the second half.

83% – Pascal Groß has been directly involved in 83% of Brighton & Hove Albion’s six Premier League goals this season (2 goals, 3 assists).

87 – There were only 87 seconds between Manolo Gabbiadini’s equaliser for Southampton and Ayoze Pérez restoring Newcastle United’s lead.

89 – Since José Mourinho took charge of Manchester United last summer, both United and Liverpool have won the same number of points (89).

99 – There were only 99 seconds between Andy Carroll’s first yellow card and his second at Burnley on Saturday.

640′ – César Azpilicueta’s own goal ended Crystal Palace’s run of 640 minutes without a single Premier League goal this season.