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EPL GW4: more problems for Utd, Firmino makes history, Abraham on fire (see key stats)

Odiase Osayande



The premier league produced goals, drama and entertainment as football fans and Fantasy managers had an admirable weekend.

City where ruthless against a Brighton side who failed to be bright at the Etithad Stadium, Liverpool made it four in four, and a thrilling North London Derby rounded off the Weekend.

Dockaysworld takes a look at the key stats from Game week four.

98 – Sergio Aguero has now scored 98 goals at the Etihad Stadium – only Wayne Rooney at Old Trafford (101) and Thierry Henry at Highbury (114) have scored more goals at
a single venue in the competition’s history. Comforts.

10 – No player has scored more goals in games between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in all competitions than Harry Kane (joint-most with Emmanuel Adebayor and
Bobby Smith). Occasion.

3 – Daniel James has scored three goals in his four Premier League games for Manchester United; he only scored three in his final 22 Championship appearances for
previous club Swansea City. Step-up.

7 – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored in seven successive premierleague starts at the Emirates; only Thierry Henry in October 2000 went on a longer run at home for Arsenal in the competition (9 at Highbury). Potent.

30 – Since the start of last season, no Liverpool player has scored more goals in all competitions than Sadio Mane (30 – level with Mo Salah). Relentless.

16 – Man City have won 16 of their last 17 Premier League games kicking off at 3pm on a Saturday, with the only exception in that run being a 2-3 home loss against Crystal Palace in December 2018. Traditional.

24 – The average age of Chelsea’s starting XI against Sheffield United on Saturday was 24 years and 158 days – their youngest ever in a Premier League match. Whippersnappers.

50/50 – Christian Eriksen has now scored 50 Premier League goals – the first Danish player to reach this landmark – whilst also becoming the first Spurs player to
register both 50+ goals and assists for the club in the competition. Pastry.

12 – Liverpool have won 12 consecutive league games for the first time since October 1990 under Kenny Dalglish –they’ve never won 13 in a row in their league history.

50 – Roberto Firmino has become the first Brazilian to score 50 Premier League goals; he is the 9th player to reach the milestone for Liverpool – no other club has had more (level with Man Utd). Bullseye.

2 – Tammy Abraham is the first Englishman to score at least two goals in consecutive Premier League appearances for Chelsea since Frank Lampard in January 2010. Impression.

42 – Spurs have dropped 42 points from winning positions in the Premier League against Arsenal; 11 more than any against any other side in the competition. Crumble.

13 – Since the start of last season, Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser have combined for 13 Premier
League goals, five more than any other duo. Tandem.

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