It was a bad round for Man United, Tottenham, Mourinho, and Son.

Round 18 of the Premier League has wrapped up, with all but West Ham vs Liverpool being played – that game was postponed due to the Reds' FIFA Club World Cup participation. Man City and Leicester locked horns over the weekend in the biggest fixture of this Matchday, with the Citizens winning 3-1.

Tottenham and Chelsea locked horns in a highly-anticipated London derby and despite boasting the home advantage, Spurs were beaten 2-0 at their own ground. Man United also suffered an embarrassing defeat, losing 2-0 to bottom-of-the-table Watford.

Elsewhere, Arsenal traveled to Everton and earned a goalless draw a new coach Mikel Arteta watched from the stands. Here are the standout stats from the weekend action.

Man City 3-1 Leicester – The Citizens break 60-year record

Man City conceded first but scored three times to secure a crucial win to move within a point of the Foxes. Those three strikes also helped the club set a feat no club has reached over the past 60 years.

With 2010s coming to an end, Man City took their goalscoring tally in the Premier League this decade to 841. This is the most by any top-flight side since Wolves (904) and Man United (855) in the 1950s. Sterling and Co. will play one more game before the decade ends but it's unlikely they will break the all-time record.

Watford 2-0 Man United – the incredible numbers from the Hornets' surprise victory

When Watford hosted Man United on Sunday, not many expected them to beat the Red Devils and keep a clean sheet. They did both, scoring twice without a response amid their ongoing relegation battle. Not only was it their second Premier League triumph over the 20-time champions in history, it was also their first clean sheet against Man United since 1986.

Tottenham 0-2 Chelsea – Mourinho and Son set unwanted milestones

It was an unfortunate defeat for Tottenham. Spurs could have moved level on points with Chelsea had they won but the north London giants lost 2-0 and dropped to seventh in the standings.

Mourinho crossed paths with his former club and this was the first time he has lost at home against his former team in 14 encounters. He had previously gone 13 games without suffering a defeat (W12, D1).

Furthermore, the game saw Heung-Min Son get sent off for kicking at Rudiger. This was his third red card in 2019, becoming the first player to be sent off three times in one year since Lee Cattermole in 2010.