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Man Utd, Liverpool, Pulisic, and Kane reach incredible feats – Top stats from EPL Matchday 10

October 28, 2019 By Ali M.
Liverpool, Man United, and Chelsea all enjoyed wins while Arsenal endured unwanted drama in their 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace

The weekend Premier League action brought joy for some, disappointment for others, while Arsenal, in particular, were cast into disarray after a farce broke out in their 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace. The Gunners threw away a 2-0 lead at home and saw captain Granit Xhaka get booed before telling the fans to “f**k off”, ripping off the jersey.

The Gunners are not the only north London giant in chaos as Tottenham are now winless in their last three league games thanks to the 2-1 loss at Anfield. Harry Kane’s early goal was canceled out by Henderson and Salah, leaving Pochettino’s men in the bottom half of the table.

As for Man City, Man United, and Chelsea; they all enjoyed weekend wins. Here are the standout stats from round 10 in the Premier League.

Burnley 2-4 Chelsea – Pulisic sets several feats in Saturday win

Pulisic made his greatest case to Lampard on why he deserves a start. The American attacker scored a hat-trick, guiding the club to a 4-2 win at Burnley, setting several feats along the way.

Firstly, he became the first Chelsea player to score a perfect hat-trick – with his right foot, left foot, and head – since Drogba in back in March 2010. Furthermore, he is the 4th player to complete a three-goal haul for the Blues at the age of 21. He is also the first American to score a hat-trick since Dempsey.

Norwich 1-3 Man Utd – the Red Devils make history for both the right and wrong reasons

Man United are improving by the day now and with Martial back, the Red Devils have scored more than one goal in a game for the first time since the opening day. Scott McTominay broke the deadlock in the 21st minute and made history along the way, as it was the club’s 2000th goal in the Premier League.

However, they also made unwanted history after seeing both Rashford and Martial miss penalties in that tie. They thus became the first pair of team-mates to both score and miss from the spot.

Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham – bad outcome for Spurs, an excellent one for the Reds

Tottenham enjoyed an excellent start to their Anfield clash. Harry Kane scored under 60 seconds to hand the visitors an early lead, with that strike seeing him become the third all-time Spurs goalscorer in all competitions.

However, Liverpool would go on to turn things around, as goals from Henderson and Salah handed them the win. This means they are only the fourth team in Premier League history to rack up 28 points from their opening ten games, joining the likes of Chelsea (2005-06), Man City (2011-12), and Man City (2017-18).

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