Premier League Standing after matchweek 12

Notable statistics from Matchweek 12

The first Premier League goal for the last three Spurs managers:
◎ Mourinho = Son Heung-min
◎ Nuno = Son Heung-min
◉ Conte = Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
Finally someone else steps up.

Sergio Reguilón has scored his first goal for Spurs on his 50th appearance for the club.

17 – Antonio Conte has won each of his last 17 home league games as a manager, with the previous 16 all coming with Inter. The Italian has won his first home league match with each of his last five clubs (Siena, Juventus, Chelsea, Inter, Spurs). Lift-off.
2021/22 stats across all club competitions:

Reece James

Trent Alexander-Arnold

João Cancelo

Bringing sexy full-back.
João Cancelo has now provided an assist in three consecutive games for Man City:

?️ vs. Man Utd
?️?️?️ vs. Club Brugge
?️ vs. Everton
That pass was outrageous.
6 – Manchester City have conceded just six goals from their 12 games in the Premier League this season; their second-fewest at this stage of a league campaign, after 2018-19 (5), when they went on to win their second Premier League title under Pep Guardiola.

30 – Saturday’s eight Premier League games yielded 30 goals in total, the most on a single day in the competition with a maximum of eight matches since September 26th, 2015 (35).

Mohamed Salah has either scored or assisted in 11 of his 12 Premier League games this season:
⚽️ 11 goals
?️ 7 assists

Trent Alexander-Arnold’s last three games for Liverpool:

?️?️ vs. Atletico
⚽️?️ vs. West Ham
?️?️ vs. Arsenal
And he got a hat-trick of assists for England on Monday.

Liverpool have now scored 3+ goals in all six Premier League home games against Arsenal since Jürgen Klopp took charge of the Reds.
Six games. 25 goals scored…and counting.

Arsenal had five touches in the opposition box against Liverpool.
That’s the fewest they’ve had in a Premier League game in the last six seasons.
5 – Burnley (2) vs Crystal Palace (3) is the first Premier League game to see five or more first half goals scored since Man Utd (4) vs Leeds (1) in December 2020. Action
Norwich have won back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since 2016:
✅ 2-1 vs. Brentford
✅ 2-1 vs. Southampton
The perfect start for Dean Smith.
Four Aston Villa managers have won their first Premier League home game in charge:

✅ John Gregory
✅ Martin O’Neill
✅ Alex McLeish
✅ Steven Gerrard ?
Start as you mean to go on.
Premier League games lost to Watford as Manchester United manager:
2 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
1 – Jose Mourinho
0 – Sir Alex Ferguson
Ole is stung again by the Hornets. ?

Manchester United have now lost four of their last five games in the Premier League:
❌ 2-4 vs. Leicester
❌ 0-5 vs. Liverpool
✅ 3-0 vs. Tottenham
❌ 0-2 vs. Man City
❌ 1-4 vs. Watford
They’ve conceded 4+ goals in three of them.

Manchester United have now conceded 86 shots in their last five Premier League games:

◉ 22 vs. Leicester
◉ 19 vs. Liverpool
◉ 9 vs. Tottenham
◉ 16 vs. Man City
◉ 20 vs. Watford
Man City have only faced 72 shots all season.

David De Gea has faced two penalties in the Premier League this season:
?Mark Noble
?Ismaila Sarr
He’s saved them both. ?

Ben Foster (1) has provided more Premier League assists than Jadon Sancho (0) this season.
And his assist came against Manchester United.
Four of Antonio Rudiger’s nine Premier League goals have come against Leicester City.

His second goal of the season, and yet another header.

Premier League goals scored by defenders so far this season:
◉ Chelsea = 13
◎ Every other Premier League team combined = 12
Absolutely bonkers.

Only Mateo Kovacic has recorded more assists (5) than Reece James (4) in the Premier League this season.
Another game, another goal contribution for the wing-back. ?

Christian Pulisic has scored two goals in just three Premier League games this season:

⚽️ vs Crystal Palace
❌ vs Burnley
⚽️ vs Leicester

Back in the side, back amongst the goals. ?

Tottenham Vs Leeds United

Spurs XI: Lloris; Tanganga, Dier, Davies; Emerson, Højbjerg, Winks, Reguilón; Lucas, Son, Kane.

Leeds XI: Meslier; Dallas, Llorente, Cooper, Struijk; Phillips; James, Forshaw, Klich, Harrison; Gelhardt.

Manchester City vs Everton

Man City — Ederson; Walker, Stones, Laporte, João Cancelo; Palmer, Rodri, Gündogan(C); Sterling, Foden, Bernardo Silva.

Everton — Pickford; Coleman(C), Godfrey, Keane, Digne; Gordon, Delph, Allan, Gray; Townsend; Richarlison.


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