🧠 Ten things we learned in the Premier League this weekend

🧠 Ten things we learned in the Premier League this weekend

You probably know what went down this weekend in the world's most popular domestic league, but here's a recap of the very best facts and figures.

From Allan Saint-Maximin's mini-streak to Thiago Silva's age-defying performance against Spurs, here's the best place to refresh your memory. 

🏹 Newcastle 1-1 Leeds

Allan Saint-Maximin has scored in consecutive Premier League home matches, his two goals as many as he netted in his previous 30 home matches for the club.

😯 Wolves 0-2 Brentford

Since the start of last season, Ivan Toney has scored 33 goals, more than any other player in the top four tiers of English football.

🪨 Burnley 0-1 Arsenal

Arsenal has won consecutive Premier League matches by a 1-0 scoreline for the first time since December 2014. 

🎯 Liverpool 3-0 Crystal Palace

Since the start of 2020-21, Liverpool's 16 goals from corners (including three v Palace) are the most in the Premier League.

🤦‍♂️ Man City 0-0 Southampton

This was Man City's first draw in 31 Premier League matches and first since being held 1-1 by West Brom in December 2020.

🦅 Norwich 1-3 Watford

Emmanuel Dennis is only the second player to score Watford's first home goal and first away goal in a Premier League season, after Etienne Capoue in 2016-17.

💰 Aston Villa 3-0 Everton

Matty Cash scored his first Premier League goal for Aston Villa, on his 33rd appearance.

🌊 Brighton 2-1 Leicester

Danny Welbeck has scored five Premier League goals for Brighton in 2021, his best return in a single calendar year since 2017 (5). He last netted more in 2014 (7).

🔨 West Ham 1-2 Man United

Man United's Jesse Lingard became the 47th player to score for and against West Ham in the Premier League. Excluding own goals, the Hammers have had more players score for and against them than any other side in the competition.

🔵 Spurs 0-3 Chelsea

Aged 36 years and 362 days, Thiago Silva became the second-oldest Chelsea player to score in the Premier League behind Didier Drogba, who scored against Leicester aged 37 years and 49 days in April 2015.

There's no Premier League action tonight but you can get your Monday night football fix in Serie A with Udinese hosting Napoli. 

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