Behind the score: PL GW 35 Post-Match Stat Pack

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  1. Mason Greenwood Amad Diallo Manchester United 2020-21
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    Manchester United 1-2 Leicester City

    Man Utd’s Amad Diallo Traore assisting Mason Greenwood was the first time a teenager assisted another teenager for a Premier League goal since David Wheater set up Adam Johnson for Middlesbrough in May 2006.
  2. Fraser Forster Southampton

    Southampton 3-1 Crystal Palace

    Southampton keeper Fraser Forster has saved three of the last five penalties he’s faced in the Premier League, though the save in this match was his first such stop in the competition since September 2017.
  3. Ashley Westwood Chris Wood
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    Fulham 0–2 Burnley

    Six of Ashley Westwood’s seven Premier League goals for Burnley have come away from Turf Moor, with the midfielder scoring in consecutive away appearances for the second time with the Clarets in the top-flight.
  4. Emile Smith-Rowe, Saka

    Arsenal 3–1 West Bromwich Albion

    Emile Smith Rowe is the fourth player aged 21 or under to score for Arsenal in the Premier League this season (along with Saka, Martinelli and Nketiah) – no team have had more U21 scorers in the competition this term.

  5. Bruno Fernandes Aston Villa vs Man Utd Premier League 2020-21
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    Aston Villa 1-3 Manchester United

    Manchester United are now unbeaten in their last 25 Premier League away games (W16 D9), with those 25 games coming in Bruno Fernandes’ first 25 away Premier League appearances for the club. In Premier League history, only Gabriel Jesus (26 matches) has had a longer unbeaten away run from their first away appearance in the competition.
  6. Dominic Calvert-Lewin Everton 2020-21
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    West Ham United 0-1 Everton

    Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored 16 goals but is yet to make a single assist in the Premier League this season. He is is currently the highest-scoring player without an assist in a Premier League campaign since Benni McCarthy in 2006-07 (18 goals, 0 assists).
  7. Lewis Dunk Wolves vs Brighton Premier League 2020-21
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    ​Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 Brighton and Hove Albion

    No team has been given more Premier League red cards this season than Brighton (five, level with Arsenal), with Lewis Dunk the first player to be dismissed twice in the 2020-21 competition.
  8. Sadio Mane Diogo Jota Liverpool 2020-21

    Liverpool 2-0 Southampton

    Mohamed Salah’s assist for Sadio Mané’s opener was the 15th time the duo have combined for a Premier League goal for Liverpool, and the first time this season.

  9. Pep Guardiola Thomas Tuchel Man City Chelsea
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    ​Manchester City 1–2 Chelsea

    Man City manager Pep Guardiola has now lost four home league games this season, twice as many as he had lost in any other campaign in his managerial career.
  10. Eberechi Eze - Crystal Palace
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    Sheffield United 0–2 Crystal Palace

    Only Wilfried Zaha (with 12 goal involvements) has been directly involved in more Premier League goals for Crystal Palace this season than Ebere Eze (9: with- 4 goals and 5 assists). However, Eze's tally of five assists is the most by a Palace player in the Premier League this season.
  11. Stuart Dallas Leeds 2020-21
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    Leeds United 3-1 Tottenham Hotspur

    Leeds United have lost only one of their last eight home Premier League games (W4 D3), and are unbeaten in their last five at Elland Road (W2 D3).
  12. Callum Wilson Allan Saint-Maximin Newcastle vs West Ham Premier League 2020-21
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    ​Leicester City 2-4 Newcastle United

    Leicester conceded four goals in a home Premier League match for the first time since losing 4-0 to Liverpool in December 2019, while it’s the first time they’ve shipped four at home to Newcastle in the top-flight since January 1909, a 4-0 defeat.