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Liverpool's unbeaten run ends, De Gea and Chelsea set unwanted feats – EPL Matchweek 28 stats

March 2, 2020 By Ali M.
Elsewhere, Crystal Palace made history with their 1-0 win over Brighton while Spurs' Bergwijn reached a lovely feat despite the 3-2 loss to Wolves.

The weekend action in the Premier League is done and dusted, bringing us some shocking results, the biggest being Liverpool's clash with Watford. The Reds entered this clash unbeaten and unstoppable but suffered their first defeat of the season, losing 3-0 to the Hornets.

Klopp's men weren't the only top side to lose over the weekend. Tottenham hosted Wolves but went down 3-2. Chelsea, meanwhile, drew 2-2 with Bournemouth, suffering another top-four slip up.

Arsenal and Man City were not in action over the weekend as the pair were set to face off. However, their game was postponed due to the Citizens' League Cup final showdown with Aston Villa, which they won. Here are the best stats from the recent games.

Watford 3-0 Liverpool – All the records from the Reds' loss to the Hornets

Liverpool's unbeaten run in the league finally came to an end. The Reds kissed goodbye their shot at becoming the new Invincibles, losing 3-0 to Watford. To put this feat into perspective, no side had beaten the Merseyside giants in over a year, with their last Premier League loss prior to this coming back in January 2019.

Furthermore, this is the first time they have dropped points in the league in 132 games, winning every single game since sharing the spoils with Man United in that 1-1 Old Trafford draw in late October. This was also the heaviest defeat for a league leader against a team in the relegation zone in Premier League history.

As for Watford's boss Nigel Pearson, he became the first English manager to triumph over Liverpool since Roy Hodgson back in April 2017.

Brighton 0-1 Crystal Palace – The Eagles make history with Leap Year win

Palace traveled to Brighton for yet another feisty fixture between these two clubs. The Eagles won that fixture, beating the Seagulls 1-0 to make history, becoming the first Premier League side to win a game on February 29.

Tottenham 2-3 Wolves – Bergwijn reaches lovely feat despite Spurs defeat

Despite leading twice, Tottenham ended up losing to Wolves 3-2 on their home ground. Regardless, Bergwijn became only the third player in the club's history to score in each of his first two home games for Spurs after Defoe and Van der Vaart.

Bournemouth 2-2 Chelsea – The Blues stumble once again

Chelsea looked to bounce back from their 3-0 loss in the Champions League but were held to a 2-2 draw against Bournemouth. This is the fourth time in a row that the Blues have failed to win an away game, their longest winless run since September-December 2015.

Everton 1-1 Man United – De Gea sets horrible feat in Goodison Park draw

It was a controversial draw, but a draw nonetheless. The Red Devils conceded early in this game as Calvert-Lewin netted in the third minute of the match after a De Gea error. The Spanish goalkeeper has now made the most number of errors leading to goals since the start of last season.


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