This Week In Stats:

Here’s some notable stats from the past week in the Premier League:

14 – The amount of years it took Damien Duff to score two goals in a single match – his last coming in December 1997 for Blackburn vs West Ham before Saturday’s double for Fulham against Blackburn.

1990 – Last time Kenny Dalglish managed Liverpool in a home game against Manchester United, in September 1990, he won 4-0.

607 – Ryan Giggs broke Sir Bobby Charlton’s long-standing record of 606 league appearances today vs Liverpool in a 3-1 loss.

323 – Days between Jermain Defoe’s previous PL goal in April 2010 and today’s goals at Wolves.

6 – Phil Jagielka has now scored 6 goals in PL, as many as he has scored own goals.

4 – Mark Clattenburg has shown a red card in 4 of his last 8 games.

100 – Amount of times Tim Howard has ended on the winning side in the PL after Everton’s 2-1 away at Newcastle on Saturday.

3 – If the Premier League had started after Christmas Liverpool would stand just two points behind Manchester United, also just 1 point behind of Arsenal.

10 – Javier Hernandez has now scored from 10 of his 14 shots on target in the PL this season.

6 – Dirk Kuyt’s hat-trick is his first in league football in over five years. His last was on December 29, 2005 for Feyenoord against Willem II.

100 – Number of times Lee Bowyer has been shown the yellow card. First player in PL to reach three figures.

22 – Dirk Kuyt’s hat-trick had seen Liverpool make it three successive home wins against Manchester United, for the first time since 1979.


About Dylan O'Neill

Football mad Irish 20-year-old. Living in Dublin so I've had a keen interest in League of Ireland for the last 2-3 years and used to write about it on, focusing mainly on UCD's limited fortunes as well as the Irish national team. I started to merge this interest with gambling two years ago to moderate success so have continued to do so since! View all posts by Dylan O'Neill

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