20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 20 ft. Chelsea & Harry Kane

1 – Watford came from behind to beat Leicester City 2-1 despite only having one shot on target all game (Kasper Schmeichel scored an own goal).

1 – Tom Ince’s first goal for Huddersfield Town was his 45th effort in the Premier League this season.

4 – Jack Wilshere has started four consecutive Premier League games for Arsenal for the first time since March 2014.

4 – Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez has scored in each of his last four Premier League matches versus Watford.

6 – Harry Kane became the first player to score six Premier League hat-tricks in a single calendar year.

9 – Manchester United have scored nine goals from substitutions this season – more than any other side in the competition.

9 – Sergio Agüero has scored nine goals in his past five Premier League matches versus Newcastle United.

11 – Southampton have failed to collect a clean sheet in any of their last 11 Premier League games – the longest current run in the division.

12 – Chelsea have scored more headed goals than any other side in the Premier League so far this season.

13 – Watford have had more different goalscorers than any other team in the Premier League so far this season.

20 – No team in Europe’s big five leagues this season has seen more league goals scored by Spanish players than Chelsea (level with Real Sociedad).

20 – Mohamed Salah has been directly involved in 20 goals in his 20 Premier League games this season (15 goals, 5 assists).

39 – Harry Kane has scored a record 39 Premier League goals in a single calendar year.

67% – Everton have kept four clean sheets in their six Premier League games under Sam Allardyce – the same number they kept in their 23 league games prior to the manager’s appointment.

75% – Leicester City have now lost nine of their 12 Boxing Day games in Premier League history (W1, D2).

102 – Manchester City have scored a Premier League record 102 goals in a single calendar year.

120 – Arsenal have won more Premier League London derbies than any other club.

122 – Gareth Barry extended his Premier League record to 122 yellow cards – 22 more than any other player.

344′ – Dan Gosling ended Bournemouth’s run of 344 minutes without a Premier League goal.

810 – Arsène Wenger tied Sir Alex Ferguson’s record on Thursday by taking charge of his 810th Premier League game.