1 – Crystal Palace recorded their first-ever Premier League victory over Manchester United in their 21st attempt (D4, L20).
2 – Tottenham Hotspur produced just two shots on target in their 0-1 loss at home to Newcastle United on Sunday, despite seeing 80% of the possession against Steve Bruce’s side.
2 – David Luiz has picked up a yellow card in each of his first two games as an Arsenal player.
2 – Frank Lampard has won both trips to Carrow Road as a manager.
3 – Liverpool have already scored three headed goals this season – no team has scored more than one.
3 – Manchester United have won a penalty in each of their first three Premier League games this season, converting just one of them.
5 – Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki became only the second player to score five goals in his first three Premier League appearances, after Fulham’s Pavel Pogrebnyak.
6 – Steve Bruce (5) became the sixth manager in Premier League history to win a game with five or more different teams, after Alan Pardew (5), Harry Redknapp (5), Mark Hughes (6), Roy Hodgson (5) and Sam Allardyce (7).
8 – Brighton & Hove Albion have only scored eight goals in their last 14 Premier League games at the AMEX Stadium.
10 – Wolverhampton Wanderers are unbeaten in their last 10 home Premier League games (W6, D4).
10 – Jamie Vardy has scored 10 goals in 14 Premier League games under Brendan Rodgers.
14 – Watford have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their past 14 Premier League matches.
25 – Mark Noble has now scored 25 goals from the penalty spot – only Alan Shearer (56), Frank Lampard (43) and Steven Gerrard (32) have scored more.
26 – Jürgen Klopp has seen his Liverpool score 26 goals in eight Premier League matches against Arsenal.
50 – Kevin De Bruyne registered his 50th Premier League assist in only his 123rd appearance.
58 – Manchester United didn’t have a shot on target until the 58th minute in their 1-2 loss at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
78 – Moussa Djenepo’s goal for Southampton came with his first touch at Brighton and just 78 seconds after coming on as a substitute.
100% – Manchester City have won all nine Premier League matches versus Bournemouth, with an aggregate score of 28-4.
150 – West Ham United became the first club to have as many as 150 different goalscorers in the Premier League.
159 – Arsenal-Liverpool games have seen more goals than any other Premier League fixture.