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Arsenal break 107-year record, Liverpool inch closer to history – Top EPL Matchweek 25 stats

February 3, 2020 By Ali M.
The Gunners set an unwanted record in their goalless draw with Burnley while Son and De Gea reached lovely milestones over the weekend.

The weekend action in the Premier League is done and dusted, with English clubs gearing up for the winter break which will see each team; except Liverpool, Tottenham, Southampton, and Newcastle due to the FA Cup replay; get approximately 13 days off.

The games on Saturday and Sunday brought joy for the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham, but saw Arsenal, Man United, and Man City suffer disappointing results. Mourinho’s Spurs beat Pep’s reigning champions 2-0, a boost for Klopp’s side who had already beaten Southampton 4-0 to move 22 points clear – yes, 22!

As for the Red Devils and the Gunners, they were held to goalless stalemates by Wolves and Burnley respectively. The Blues, on the other hand, drew 2-2 with Leicester. Here are the standout stats from the weekend action.

Man United vs Wolves – De Gea reaches lovely milestone in disappointing draw

Man United were not able to pick up points in this game and capitalize on Chelsea’s draw at Leicester. Nonetheless, it was a memorable fixture for David De Gea, who made his 300th Premier League appearance on Saturday, registering his 105th clean sheet along the way.

Liverpool 4-0 Southampton – The Reds move closer to EPL records

Another home game, another victory for Liverpool. This means the Reds have now gone 42 games unbeaten, which is not the joint-second longest streak behind Arsenal’s 49-match run. Furthermore, they have now won 20 Anfield games in a row and are one victory away from equaling the record for the longest home winning run.

Tottenham 2-0 Man City – the key numbers as Spurs beat the reigning champions

It was another disappointing result for Pep’s side. Man City visited Tottenham and came away with a 2-0 loss, losing more ground in an almost-over title race. This mean’s Guardiola’s side have now lost six games this season, the most they have lost in an entire campaign under the Spaniard.

For Tottenham, it was an amazing result and game, especially for Heung-Min Son. The Korean ace made his 150th Premier League appearance and marked this special occasion with a goal. It was the fifth time he has scored against the Citizens, making Man City his joint-favorite opponent to score against.

Burnley 0-0 Arsenal – Gunners break more than a century-old record

Arsenal were unable to break down Burnley, coming away with yet another draw despite having opportunities to win the game. As a result, the north London giants boast only six wins after 25 Premier League games, their worst tally since 1912/13 when they won only once.

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