šŸ§  Eight things we learned in the Premier League this weekend

šŸ§  Eight things we learned in the Premier League this weekend

Conor Gallagher's sparkling run of form continued for Crystal Palace, Ederson kept things clean yet again for the champions and Trent continues to put chances on a plate for his Liverpool teammates.

Here are eight things we learned from this weekend's action in the world's favourite domestic league.

Brighton 1-1 Crystal Palace

Conor Gallagher is only the third player aged 21 or younger to be directly involved in 10 Premier League goals this season (seven goals and three assists), along with Arsenal's Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe.

Man City 1-0 Chelsea

Ederson has kept a clean sheet in exactly 50% of his EPL matches (83 out of 166). He's the only goalkeeper with at least 100 Premier League appearances to have as many as half of them as shutouts.

Newcastle 1-1 Watford

All five of Allan Saint-Maximin’s Premier League goals this season have come at St James' Park. No player has more goals in the competition this season without scoring away from home.

Norwich 2-1 Everton

Norwich led by two goals at half-time in a Premier League match at Carrow Road for the first time since May 2016 (vs Watford).

Wolves 3-1 Southampton

Since joining Wolves in the summer of 2018, Raul Jimenez has scored all seven of his Premier League penalties. Only Harry Kane, with 11 out of 11, has a better 100% record in that time.

Aston Villa 2-2 Man United

Jacob Ramsey is the first Aston Villa player to score and assist in a Premier League match against Man United since John Carew in April 2009 and the third-youngest player to do so in the competition after Harry Kewell and Kelechi Iheanacho.

Liverpool 3-0 Brentford

Since the start of the 2018-19 season, only Thomas Müller (64) and Lionel Messi (47) have supplied more assists in Europe’s top five leagues than Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold (42).

West Ham 2-3 Leeds

Jack Harrison became the first Leeds player to score a league hat-trick against West Ham since Russell Wainscoat in April 1927.

You can get your next EPL fix tomorrow night with Burnley hosting Watford.

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