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Aguero, Kane reach impressive goalscoring feats

EPL Stats: Aguero and Kane reach goalscoring feats in Matchday 4

September 11, 2017 By Ali M.
It was also a round to remember for Eriksen and Gareth Barry, but no so for Crystal Palace.

The return of the Premier League saw exciting games be played out. Man City welcomed Liverpool to the Etihad, with the hosts winning 5-0 against their 10-man opponents. Arsenal and Tottenham returned to winning ways, beating Bournemouth and Everton respectively, whilst Man United were held to a 2-2 draw at Stoke City.

Romelu Lukaku, with four goals, remains this season’s top scorer. Henrikh Mkhitaryan, with five assists, has been the Assist King so far this season. Man United lead in the standings, but are level on points with Man City and are a point ahead of Chelsea. Here are five interesting stats from Matchday 4.

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1. Aguero writes his name in history

Sergio Aguero scored the opening goal in the 5-0 win over Liverpool. It was an unforgettable win, but the match will be more memorable for the Argentine for his strike.

It made him the highest-scoring non-European player in the English top-flight’s history, with 124 goals. Furthermore, he needed 195 fewer appearances to break Dwight Yorke’s record.

2. Harry Kane reaches a century of goals for Spurs

Against Everton, Harry Kane scored a brace. Although his second goal was more impressive, it was the Englishman’s first strike that took him to the 100-goal mark with Tottenham.

He also reached 80 Premier League goals in 120 appearances, less than Van Nistelrooy (122), Aguero (128), and Thierry Henry (132). 

3. Crystal Palace set 93-year record

4. Gareth Barry goes level with Ryan Giggs’ record

The West Bro midfielder played against his 45th different Premier League opponent, equaling Ryan Giggs’ record, in the 3-1 loss to Brighton & Hove Albion.

5. Eriksen also reaches his own goalscoring feat

The Tottenham playmaker scored his 32nd Premier League goal in the 3-0 win over Everton, going level with Nicklas Bendtner as the highest-scoring Danish player in Premier League history.

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