🧠 What we've learned so far in the Premier League this weekend
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🧠 What we've learned so far in the Premier League this weekend

Seven down, three to go in Premier League matchweek 9.

From Crystal Palace's growing reputation as the EPL draw specialists to a sensational finish at Goodison Park, here are seven cool facts to share with your friends.

🇬🇭 Arsenal 3-1 Aston Villa

Thomas Partey is the first Ghanaian to score for Arsenal in the Premier League, with the Gunners getting more goals from African players in the competition than any other side (219). Only West Ham (16) have had more different African scorers in the competition than Arsenal (14).

🎩 Chelsea 7-0 Norwich

Mason Mount became the 20th different player to score a Premier League hat-trick for Chelsea, with only Arsenal (21) having more different hat-trick scorers in the competition.

⚖️ Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle

Crystal Palace is the 10th Premier League side to draw six of their first nine matches of a season and the first since Sunderland and Stoke in 2012-13.

🐝 Everton 2-5 Watford

Watford is the first team in Premier League history to trail after 75 minutes and still win the game by at least three goals.

🇰🇷 Leeds 1-1 Wolves

Hwang Hee-chan has four goals from four shots on target this season, the best 100 per cent conversion rate in the Premier League.

🇦🇱 Southampton 2-2 Burnley

At 20 years and 43 days, Armando Broja is the fifth-youngest player in to score on both of his first two Premier League starts after Ritchie Humphreys, Darren Caskey, Gabriel Jesus and Alex Iwobi.

🇩🇿 Brighton 1-4 Man City

Riyad Mahrez has scored more goals in all competitions than any other Manchester City player so far in 2021 (16).

Three more fixtures round off the matchweek with Man United vs Liverpool sticking out like a sore thumb. There's also a host of other Super Sunday action from across Europe. 

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