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Liverpool equal club record, Man Utd set unwanted feat – EPL Matchday 14 stats

December 2, 2019 By Ali M.
Arsenal also set an unwanted feat after their 2-2 draw at Norwich City.

Round 14 of the Premier League has wrapped up, with many claiming the title race is all but over. This is due to the results from Liverpool's and Man City's respective games.

The Citizens dropped points once again this season, the fifth time this has occurred after drawing 2-2 with Newcastle. The Reds, meanwhile, beat Brighton 2-1 to move 11 points clear of Guardiola's men – Leicester, though, are only eight points behind.

As for the other big-six clubs, Tottenham beat Bournemouth 3-2 while the remaining either drew or lost – Arsenal and Man United managed a point each against Norwich and Aston Villa respectively courtesy of 2-2 draws while Chelsea lost 1-0 to West Ham. Here are the best stats from the weekend action.

Liverpool 2-1 Brighton – The Reds make history with Saturday's win

The sending off of Alisson made things tricky, forcing the Reds to fight to hold on to their lead. It was a win nonetheless and with that result, they equaled their longest-ever unbeaten run in the English top-flight (31) which was set by Kenny Dalglish's side between May 1987 & March 1988.

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From one unbeaten run to one horrific winless run – Norwich 2-2 Arsenal

Arsenal played their first game on Sunday since sacking Emery but still failed to pick up a win. In all fairness, Ljungberg did not have ample time to implement his plans but the 2-2 draw means they have failed to triumph in any of their last six games, their worst winless run since 1993.

Man United 2-2 Aston Villa – the Red Devils set unwanted 31-year feat

The 2-2 draw with Aston Villa now means Man United are winless in their last three games in all competitions. Furthermore, they only boast 18 points from their opening 14 games in the league. This is their worst points tally at this stage of the season since 1988-89 when they finished eleventh.

Newcastle 2-2 Man City – the Citizens' campaign takes another hit

Man City looked to have won the game after Kevin De Bruyne's late stunner but Jonjo Shelvey surprised the reigning champions with a similarly impressive equalizing goal. They have now dropped 13 points in 14 games this season, only three less of what they dropped in the entire 2018/19 campaign.

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