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Top six stats from EPL round 27

Top six stats from EPL Matchweek 27 as De Gea and Chicharito reach landmarks

February 25, 2019 By Ali M.
Elsewhere, Roy Hodgson made English top-flight history in Crystal Palace's 4-1 win at Leicester.

The weekend action in the Premier League has wrapped up and it has treated us to some exciting games and a few disappointments. While the likes of Arsenal, West Ham, and Watford enjoyed lovely wins, Man United and Liverpool played out a goalless draw in the most-anticipated game of the latest round.

Elsewhere, Tottenham suffered a disappointing defeat, losing 2-1 at Burnley. That result prompted a heated clash between Mauricio Pochettino and Mike Dean at full-time. Check out the best stats from the latest round.

De Gea reaches impressive feat

De Gea might be considered the best goalkeeper in the Premier League currently but he is far off from being seen as the greatest in the competition's history. However, the Spaniard recorded an excellent feat on Sunday to help his cause.

The brave shot-stopper earned his 100th clean sheet in the English top-flight courtesy of the goalless draw with Liverpool. He is now the seventh custodian to earn a century of clean sheets in the Premier League for a single club and is only the second at Man United after the iconic Peter Schmeichel.

A memorable round for Chicharito

On Friday, Javier Hernandez found the back of the net to help West Ham to a 3-1 victory over Fulham. That strike was Chicharito's 50th goal in the Premier League, with all of his English top-flight strikes coming from inside the box.

Roy Hodgson makes history

On Saturday, Roy Hodgson made Premier League history by becoming the oldest man to manage a top-flight game aged 71 years and 198 days. It was a memorable game as his Crystal Palace side won 4-1 at Leicester.

Speaking of that King Power Stadium win...

Claude Puel sacked after setting 19-year record

That 4-1 loss to Crystal Palace meant Puel has overseen four straight home losses in the Premier League, a first for Leicester since 1999-2000. He has since been sacked, having won only 19 of the 56 games he was in charge for.

Deulofeu ends Watford's near 23-year wait

On Friday, Gerard Deulofeu scored a hat-trick en route to Watford's massive 5-1 win over Cardiff, becoming the Hornets' first player to complete a three-goal haul in the top-flight since October 1986.

Lacazette follows in the footsteps of a deadly Arsenal striker

Lacazette found the back of the net in Arsenal's 2-0 win over Southampton. He is now the first Gunners player to score in four consecutive home games since Robin van Persie back in 2012.

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