20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 34 ft. Man City & Danny Ings

0 – Tottenham Hotspur failed to produce a single shot on target in their 0-0 draw away to Bournemouth on Thursday.

3+ – Manchester United are the first side in Premier League history to win four consecutive games by a margin of 3+ goals.

5 – Sheffield United are unbeaten in their last five matches at Bramall Lane (W4, D1).

5 – Newcastle United have now lost by at least five occasions on two occasions this season.

6 – Norwich City have lost their last six Premier League games.

9 – Southampton striker Danny Ings has scored the opening goal in nine Premier League games this season – more than any other player.

10+ – Five different players have scored 10+ Premier League goals for Manchester City this season (Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus, Riyad Mahrez).

10 – Everton are unbeaten in 10 Premier League games at Goodison Park (W5, D5).

10 – Jamie Vardy has now scored 10 Premier League goals versus Arsenal in his career. Only Wayne Rooney has scored more against the Gunners (12).

11 – Manchester City have now won their last 11 home Premier League matches versus Newcastle United.

13 – Manchester United have won 13 penalties in the Premier League this season – no team has ever won more in a single campaign.

18 – Leicester City have scored 18 goals in the final 15 minutes of their games this season – more than any other side.

23 – Steve Bruce has failed to win any of his 23 Premier League away games in Manchester as a manager (D4, L19).

30 – Manchester City have won 30 of the 31 Premier League matches when Gabriel Jesus has scored (D1).

37 – Norwich’s Emiliano Buendía scored his first Premier League goal with what was his 37th shot in the competition.

44% – Danny Ings has scored 19 of Southampton’s 43 Premier League goals this season.

52% – Chelsea have now won 132 of their 256 London Premier League derbies.

83% – Wolverhampton Wanderers have failed to score in the first half of 15 of their past 18 Premier League matches.

127 – There were just 127 seconds between Liverpool’s first and second goals away to Brighton & Hove Albion on Wednesday.

473′ – Norwich ended a run of seven hours and 53 minutes without a Premier League goal in their 2-1 loss at Watford on Tuesday.

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