20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 3 ft. Watford & Harry Kane

2 – Manchester United have lost two of their opening three Premier League games for the first time since in the inaugural 1992-93 season.

3 – Manchester United 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur was José Mourinho’s biggest home defeat in all competitions as a manager.

3 – Watford have won their opening three games of a top-flight campaign for the first time in their history.

3 – Burnley have taken only three points from their past eight Premier League matches (W0, D3, L5).

6% – Cardiff City have won just one of their last 18 away Premier League games.

7% – Neil Warnock has won only one of his last 15 Premier League matches as a manager.

8% – Southampton have won only one of their last 13 Premier League matches at St Mary’s (D6, L6).

8 – West Ham United’s Issa Diop became the eighth player to score an own goal on his Premier League debut.

24 – Wilfried Zaha is now Crystal Palace’s top scorer in Premier League history (24).

25 – Since the start of last season, Bournemouth have picked up a league-high 25 points from losing positions in the Premier League.

31% – Four of Aleksandar Mitrović’s 13 Premier League goals have been scored against Joe Hart.

56% – Since the start of last season, Huddersfield Town have failed to score in 23 of their 41 Premier League games – more than any other side during this period.

61% – Liverpool have kept 11 clean sheets in their 18 Premier League games since Virgil van Dijk’s debut for the Reds in January 2018.

64% – Roberto Pereyra has been involved in seven of Watford’s last 11 Premier League goals (6 goals, 1 assist).

67% – Watford have won six of their nine home Premier League games under Javi Gracia, losing just once (D2).

89% – Tottenham striker Harry Kane has now scored at 25 of the 28 Premier League grounds he has played at, with Upton Park, the Stadium of Light and Cardiff City Stadium the only grounds he has played at without netting.

91 – Richarlison’s red card was the 91st that Everton have received in Premier League history – more than any other team in the competition.

158 – Chelsea’s Jorginho completed more passes (158) than the whole Newcastle side combined (131) in the Blues’ 2-1 win on Sunday.

250 – Vincent Kompany made his 250th Premier League appearance in Manchester City’s 1-1 draw at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

1,500 – 118 different French goalscorers have combined for 1,500 goals in Premier League history.