Behind the score: PL GW 33 Post-Match Stat Pack

  1. Eberechi Eze, Iheanacho
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    Leicester City 2–1 Crystal Palace

    Leicester have now picked up 62 points from their 33 Premier League games this season, only managing more at this stage of a top-flight campaign in 1962-63 when they had 66 points and in 2015-16 when they had 72 points at the same stage of the season.
  2. Ezri Konsa Anwar El Ghazi Aston Villa vs West Brom Premier League 2020-21
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    ​Aston Villa 2-2 West Bromwich Albion

    Anwar El Ghazi has now scored five goals against West Brom in all competitions, at least three more than he has against any other opponent in his time at Aston Villa.
  3. Harry Maguire Man Utd 2020-21
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    ​Leeds United 0-0 Manchester United

    Harry Maguire has not missed a single minute of Manchester United's last 71 Premier League matches and has now matched Gary Pallister's club record in the competition among outfield players.
  4. Chris Wood Burnley 2021
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    ​Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-4 Burnley

    Chris Wood became just the third player to score an away first-half Premier League hat-trick after Chris Sutton for Blackburn vs Aston Villa in August 1997 and Michael Owen for Liverpool vs Newcastle in August 1998. His three goals in this match mean the Burnley attacker has now scored more Premier League goals (44) than any other Clarets player in the competition's history.
  5. David McGoldrick Chelsea vs Sheffield United Premier League 2020-21
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    Sheffield United 1-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

    David McGoldrick's winner in this match means he has now scored 39% of Sheffield United's goals in the Premier League this season (7 goals out of 18 total), which is the highest percentage of any player for any team in the competition.
     
  6. Thomas Tuchel Kurt Zouma Chelsea vs Man City FA Cup 2020-21
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    ​West Ham United 0-1 Chelsea

    This was Chelsea's 10th clean sheet in just their 14th Premier League match under Thomas Tuchel, equalling the quickest a manager has recorded 10 clean sheets in Premier League history. Luiz Felipe Scolari also achieved this feat in the same number of games back in 2008, also with Chelsea. It took Tuchel's predecessor Frank Lampard 42 games to reach 10 clean sheets.
  7. Joe Willock Newcastle 2020-21
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    ​Liverpool 1-1 Newcastle United

    At 94 minutes and 58 seconds, Joe Willock's equaliser for Newcastle was the latest goal Liverpool have conceded at Anfield in a Premier League game. His goal saw the Arsenal loanee become the first player to score in three consecutive Premier League appearances, with all the goals coming from the bench, since Adam Le Fondre achieved the same feat in January 2013.
  8. Arsenal Everton Premier League
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    Arsenal 0-1 Everton

    Arsenal have suffered their first Premier League defeat at home to Everton since January 1996 (1-2), ending a run of 24 games without losing to them at home in the competition. Everton's victory meant they completed their first league double over Arsenal since the 1985-86 season, having won 2-1 at Goodison Park back in December.