Premier League Week 11 in review

Here are some of the notable stats and facts from the latest round of Premier League games.

Sunderland’s win at AFC Bournemouth was their first in this Premier League season. It came after the joint-worst ten-game start in the competition’s history (two points). Despite such a bad start, the Black Cats were now only one point worse off than at the same stage in the previous season.

Burnley now occupied a position in the top-half of the Premier League for the first time in their history. With their late equaliser at Manchester City, Middlesbrough have now scored 250 goals in their away games in the Premier League.

Glenn Whelan’s own goal at West Ham United means Stoke City have now conceded 250 goals in their away games in the Premier League.

Marcos Alonso’s goal for Chelsea was the 500th that Everton had conceded in their Premier League away games.

Arsenal versus Tottenham Hotspur is now the highest scoring fixture in Premier League history with 139 goals.

The attendance of 17,768 for the visit of Southampton was now the lowest for a Hull City home game in the Premier League.

Prior to their 1-6 drubbing at Liverpool, the last time that Watford conceded six goals in a league games was in a 1-6 defeat at Norwich City in League Division One on 7 April 1984. On the same day, Liverpool beat West Ham United 6-0 at Anfield.

The first of Zlatan Ibrahimovic‘s two goals for Manchester United at Swansea City was 25,000th scored in the history of the Premier League.
He also scored the 400th goal in the 694th game of his club career.

West Bromwich Albion are now unbeaten in their last eight visits to Leicester in all competitions (won six) and remained unbeaten in their seven visits to the Walkers / King Power Stadium (won five).

This is the first Premier League reviews, brought together with UK free bets from Bethut, in what will be a regular item.

Premier League Week 11 in review

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