Top 5 stats from Saturday’s Premier League game

We’ve picked out five of the best stats from a busy day in the Premier League…

Dave saves again!

After David De Gea reacted superbly to keep out Joel Matip’s first half effort, the Spaniard has now made 5 saves from big chances this season. More than any other goalkeeper in the league.

De Bruyne on another level

The Belgian playmaker was at the heart of the action as Manchester City blew Stoke away with a 7-2 vicotry. Since September 2015, De Bruyne has provided 32 assists for Manchester City, more than any other Premier League player.

Palace finally find the goalscoring touch

Crystal Palace scored their first goal in 731 minutes of Premier League action as they claimed a memorable 2-1 win over champions Chelsea at Selhurst Park. Cesar Azpilicueta’s own goal ended the goal drought, before Wilfried Zaha scored the winner.


West Ham started brightly at Turf Moor after Michail Antonio gave them an early lead, but Carroll was given his marching orders for two yellow cards. The space between the two bookings was just 99 seconds!


The England striker has been in lethal form recently, and although his side claimed their first Premier League victory at Wembley thanks to a Christian Eriksen goal, Kane has now had 28 shots without scoring a league goal at Wembley! Uncharacteristic from the usually clinical striker.

Top 5 stats from Saturday’s Premier League game
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