20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 26 ft. Arsenal & Richarlison

1 – Manchester City failed to win after scoring first for the first time this season.

3 – All three of Troy Deeney’s Premier League goals this season have been penalties.

3 – Three players have received red cards for fouls on Watford’s Richarlison this season – Davinson Sánchez, Jonathan Hogg and Tiémoué Bakayoko.

7 – Chelsea have received seven red cards this season – two more than any other side.

7 – Bournemouth have gone unbeaten for a club record seven Premier League games (W4, D3).

7 – Huddersfield Town fouled Alexis Sánchez on seven occasions on Saturday – no player has won more free kicks in a single Premier League so far this season.

8 – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang became the eighth player to score on his Premier League debut for Arsenal (after Steve Bould, Kevin Campbell, Freddie Ljungberg, Emmanuel Adebayor, Samir Nasri, Thomas Vermaelen and Alexandre Lacazette).

9 – Burnley are now winless in their last nine Premier League games (D5, L4).

15 – Manchester United’s David de Gea has kept more clean sheets in the Premier League than any other goalkeeper this season.

20 – Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday means the Red Devils have won their first game at Old Trafford against the last 20 Premier League debutants they have faced, since losing 3-2 to Derby County in April 1997.

20 – Aaron Ramsey became the 20th different player to score a Premier League hat-trick for Arsenal.

43 – Javier Hernández scored his 43rd Premier League goal on Saturday – all have been scored from within the penalty area.

52% – Pascal Groß has been involved in 11 of Brighton & Hove Albion’s 21 goals this season (5 goals, 6 assists).

77% – Huddersfield Town have failed to score in 10 of their 13 away games.

100 – Harry Kane has scored 100 goals in 141 Premier League appearances – only Alan Shearer has reached this milestone in fewer games (124).

105 – Arsenal’s 105 goals against Everton is a record for one team against another in Premier League history.

151 – Arsenal-Everton is the highest-scoring fixture in Premier League history.

155 – Swansea City’s Ki Sung-yueng has now made more Premier League appearances than any other South Korean.

500 – Sam Allardyce became the fifth manager to take charge of 500 Premier League games, after Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsène Wenger, Harry Redknapp and David Moyes.

770 – Gerard Deulofeu scored his first Premier League goal in 770 days during Watford’s 4-1 thrashing of Chelsea on Monday night.