🧠 What we learned in the Premier League this weekend
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🧠 What we learned in the Premier League this weekend

Marcelo Bielsa's brilliantly entertaining Leeds outfit reached an impressive milestone in their win over Fulham while it was the same old story for Newcastle against Brighton.

There was also a six-goal thriller at West Ham's London Stadium and Harry Kane reached 30 goal involvements in the top-flight.

Here is all the best trivia, and facts & figures via the Premier League official site that you can use to impress your football friends this Monday.

🅰️ Fulham 1-2 Leeds

Jack Harrison became the fourth Leeds player to set up five or more goals this season, after Mateusz Klich, Raphinha and Patrick Bamford. In Europe's top five leagues, only Bayern Munich (six) and Inter Milan (five) have more players with 5+ assists.

🌊 Brighton 3-0 Newcastle

Brighton has played more Premier League matches versus Newcastle without ever losing than against any other opponent in the competition (W4 D4).

😳 West Ham 3-3 Arsenal

This was the third time this season that a team has led by 3+ goals and failed to win (after West Brom 3-3 Chelsea and Spurs 3-3 West Ham). It's the most instances in a single EPL campaign since 2010-11 (also three). 

🦁 Aston Villa 0-2 Tottenham

Harry Kane has been directly involved in 30 goals in the Premier League this season (17 goals, 13 assists), the first player to reach that total in 2020-21, and the first time Kane has done so since 2017-18 (30 goals, 2 assists). 

The Premier League takes a short break until it swings back into action on April 3rd. We hope that time flies!

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