Behind the score: PL GW 25 Post-Match Stat Pack

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Goal and Absa, the Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, bring you the standout facts from this gameweek's Premier League fixtures

  1. Wolves 1-0 Leeds United

    Wolves 1-0 Leeds United

    Leeds United now have a 17% win rate and earned 0.5 points-per-game in the six Premier League matches Kalvin Phillips has missed this season (W1 D0 L5). This compares to the 50% win rate and 1.6 points-per-game when he has played (W9 D2 L7).

  2. Southampton 1-1 Chelsea
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    Southampton 1-1 Chelsea

    Mason Mount became the 25th different player to score a penalty for Chelsea in Premier League history, with the Blues having more penalty scorers than any other team in the competition's history.

  3. Burnley 0-0 West Bromwich Albion

    Burnley 0-0 West Bromwich Albion

    Since the start of last season, Burnley have kept 24 clean sheets in the Premier League. Only Manchester City with 31 have more clean sheets in this period.

  4. Liverpool 0-2 Everton

    Liverpool 0-2 Everton

    Among defending Premier League champions, only Leicester City in 2016-17 (21 points) and Chelsea in 2015-16 (30 points) have had fewer points after 25 games the season after winning the Premier League title than Liverpool’s 40 points so far in this campaign.

  5. Fulham 1-0 Sheffield United

    Fulham 1-0 Sheffield United

    Ademola Lookman has been directly involved in more Premier League goals than any other Fulham player this season (4 goals and 3 assists).

  6. West Ham United 2–1 Tottenham Hotspur
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    West Ham United 2–1 Tottenham Hotspur

    Jose Mourinho took charge of his 50th Premier League game with Tottenham in this match (W23 D12 L15). The 81 points Spurs have picked up under the Portuguese manager is 14 fewer than he’s managed with any other side throughout his first 50 league games in charge, with the lowest previous total being 95 while at Manchester United.

  7. Aston Villa 1–2 Leicester City

    Aston Villa 1–2 Leicester City

    Only Jamie Vardy, with 14 goals, has scored more goals for Leicester this season than Harvey Barnes (13 goals), who has now had a direct hand in nine goals in his last 11 Premier League matches (6 goals, 3 assists).

  8. Arsenal 0 – 1 Manchester City

    Arsenal 0 – 1 Manchester City

    This was Manchester City’s 15th clean sheet in the Premier League this season – the most by a team after 25 games of a top-flight campaign since 2008-09, when Manchester United had 19 clean sheets and Chelsea 15 at the same stage of the season.

  9. Manchester United 3 – 1 Newcastle United

    Manchester United 3 – 1 Newcastle United

    Marcus Rashford's opener for Manchester United was his 40th goal in all competitions since the beginning of last season, with only Raheem Sterling (44 goals), Harry Kane (45 goals) and Mohamed Salah (47 goals) managing more amongst all Premier League players.

  10. Brighton and Hove Albion 1-2 Crystal Palace
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    Brighton and Hove Albion 1-2 Crystal Palace

    In this match, Crystal Palace’s Jordan Ayew registered his third assist in six Premier League games, just one fewer than he managed in his 72 appearances for the club in the competition before that (4 assists).