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

Here are the key facts & figures emerging from another intriguing Premier League weekend, including yet another goal for Auba against the Clarets and an astonishing display by Harry Kane. 

Here's all the best trivia via the Premier League that you can use to impress your football friends this Monday.

✅ Burnley 1-1 Arsenal

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored eight Premier League goals against Burnley, more than he has against any other club. 

✅ Sheffield United 0-2 Southampton

James Ward-Prowse has scored seven goals in all competitions this season, his joint-best return in a single campaign for Southampton.

✅ Aston Villa 0-0 Wolves

Conor Coady has had two shots on target in his last two Premier League matches, after not registering a single one in his first 102 appearances.

✅ Brighton 1-2 Leicester

Daniel Amartey’s winner for Leicester was his second ever Premier League goal, and first in 1540 days since netting against Stoke in December 2016.

✅ West Brom 0-0 Newcastle

West Brom had 13 shots, their joint-most attempts without scoring in a Premier League match this season (also 13 v Burnley in October).

✅ Liverpool 0-1 Fulham

Fulham is the first promoted side to win away at Liverpool in the Premier League since Blackpool in October 2010, ending Liverpool’s run of 30 home PL matches versus such opponents without defeat (W24 D6).

✅ Man City 0-2 Man United

Bruno Fernandes' penalty after 101 seconds, is the earliest goal that Manchester City have ever conceded in a Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium. It is also the first they have let in within two minutes at home in the PL since Steed Malbranque's strike for Fulham at Maine Road in January 2003.

✅ Tottenham 4-1 Crystal Palace

Harry Kane is the first Tottenham Hotspur player to score two goals and have two assists in a Premier League match since Jurgen Klinsmann against Wimbledon in May 1998 (4 goals, 2 assists).

Tuck back into the Premier League this evening with Chelsea vs Everton at Stamford Bridge and West Ham vs Leeds directly afterwards.

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