20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 23 ft. Diogo Jota & Manchester United

1 – Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri suffered his first Premier League defeat against Tottenham Hotspur (W7, D4), in what was his 12th game against them.

2 – Both of James Milner’s Premier League red cards as a Liverpool player have both been against Crystal Palace.

2 – Diogo Jota became the second Portuguese player to score a Premier League hat-trick (after Cristiano Ronaldo).

4 – Southampton have already won more Premier League games under Ralph Hasenhüttl (4 in 8) than they did with previous manager Mark Hughes (3 in 22).

4 – Dele Alli and Aleksandar Mitrović have scored a joint league high four headed goals so far this season.

4 – Bournemouth have beaten West Ham United more times in the Premier League than they have against any other team.

6 – Ole Gunnar Solskjær became the third manager to win his first six Premier League games in charge of a club (after Carlo Ancelotti with Chelsea and Pep Guardiola with Manchester City).

7 – Manchester United have won more penalties (7) while Brighton & Hove Albion have conceded more (7) than any other Premier League side so far this season.

8 – Manchester United have gained eight points on both Arsenal and Chelsea since Ole Gunnar Solskjær became caretaker manager six games ago.

11 – Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town have both failed to score in a league-high 11 of their 23 Premier League games so far this season.

13 – Arsenal are unbeaten in 13 Premier League London derby matches at home (W10, D3), winning their last six in a row.

14% – Chelsea have only won one of their last seven away London derbies in the Premier League (D2, L4).

18 – Diogo Jota scored his first Premier League hat-trick in his 18th game in the competition, compared to fellow countryman Cristiano Ronaldo who scored his one and only Premier League hat-trick on his 147th appearance.

20 – Leroy Sané has eight goals and 12 assists in his past 17 Premier League starts.

39 – Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julián Speroni (39 years 246 days) became the oldest player to make a Premier League appearance this season.

50 – Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah scored his 50th Premier League goal in his 72nd appearance in the competition – only Andrew Cole (65), Alan Shearer (66) and Ruud van Nistelrooy (68) have reached the milestone in fewer appearances.

63% – Five of Alexandre Lacazette’s eight Premier League goals this season have come in London derbies.

82′ – Chelsea’s first shot on target in their 0-2 loss at Arsenal came in the 82nd minute.

83% – Southampton have won five of their last six home Premier League games against Everton (L1).

1000 – Liverpool reached the 1,000 goal mark in home Premier League games during their 4-2 win over Crystal Palace, becoming only the third side to do so in the history of the competition (after Manchester United and Chelsea).