2016-17 Premier League Goalkeeper Stats

Here are the statistics for every goalkeeper to have made at least one appearance during the 2016-17 Premier League season:


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42 goalkeepers in all made an appearance this past season.

Southampton’s Fraser Forster and West Brom’s Ben Foster were the only goalkeepers to play every minute for their team, whilst Gomes also started every game for Watford but didn’t finish two of them.

Clean Sheets

10 goalkeepers kept at least nine clean sheets with Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois winning the Golden Glove award.  Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris missed out on the award after conceding a late goal at Hull City on the final day of the season.

Goalkeeper Club Appearances Clean Sheets
Thibaut Courtois Chelsea 36 16
Hugo Lloris Tottenham Hotspur 34 15
David de Gea Manchester United 35 14
Fraser Forster Southampton 38 13
Petr Čech Arsenal 35 12
Joel Robles Everton 20 10
Tom Heaton Burnley 35 10
Simon Mignolet Liverpool 28 9
Lee Grant Stoke City 28 9
Artur Boruc Bournemouth 35 9

The Tottenham goalkeeper conceded few goals than Chelsea’s number one, whilst Manchester United’s David de Gea came in third place.  Everton’s Joel Robles kept an impressive 10 clean sheets in only 19 Premier League starts.

Minutes per Goal Conceded

Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris averaged the most minutes between goals conceded – a massive 125 minutes.

Goalkeeper Club Appearances Mins per Goal Conceded
Hugo Lloris Tottenham Hotspur 34 125
Thibaut Courtois Chelsea 36 116
Willy Caballero Manchester City 17 112
David de Gea Manchester United 35 109
Joel Robles Everton 20 87
Simon Mignolet Liverpool 28 84
Petr Čech Arsenal 35 84
Claudio Bravo Manchester City 22 76
Loris Karius Liverpool 10 75

Last season, Petr Čech topped this category averaging 99 minutes.  The Arsenal goalkeeper was down at 84 minutes per goal this past season but there were four goalkeepers in all that had longer spells between goals conceded than the Arsenal goalkeeper of 2015-16.  Thibaut Courtois averaged 116 minutes between goals conceded, Manchester City’s Willy Caballero 112 minutes and Manchester United’s David de Gea 109 minutes.

Most Saves

Burnley’s Tom Heaton was the clear winner in this category, making 141 saves during his 35 Premier League appearances during 2016-17 for the newly-promoted side.  Credit to Jordan Pickford for finishing six saves behind Heaton as he played six games fewer for bottom of the league Sunderland.

Goalkeeper Club Appearances Saves
Tom Heaton Burnley 35 141
Jordan Pickford Sunderland 29 135
Łukasz Fabiański Swansea City 37 115
Gomes Watford 38 115
Petr Čech Arsenal 35 114
Artur Boruc Bournemouth 35 114
Kasper Schmeichel Leicester City 30 110
Ben Foster West Bromwich Albion 38 109
Lee Grant Stoke City 28 91
Wayne Hennessey Crystal Palace 29 83

Watford’s Gomes topped this category in 2015-16 with 120 saves – he made five fewer this past season but enough to tie in third spot with Swansea City’s Łukasz Fabiański.

Manchester United’s Sergio Romero saved all 10 shots he faced in his two games, giving him a 100% record.

Chelsea’s Asmir Begović made only one save from the six shots on target he faced in his two appearances (versus Manchester United and Watford).

Arsenal’s David Ospina faced eight efforts on target – saving four and conceding four goals.

Save Percentage

Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris had the safest hands in the Premier League this past season as he saved a league-high 76.5% of the shots he faced, of goalkeepers to have made at least 10 appearances.  Petr Čech had been joint-top of this category last season on 76% and was only a fraction down on that in 2016-17 with a 75.5% save percentage.

Goalkeeper Club Appearances Save %
Hugo Lloris Tottenham Hotspur 34 76.5%
Petr Čech Arsenal 35 75.5%
Tom Heaton Burnley 35 74.6%
Joel Robles Everton 20 73.0%
Jordan Pickford Sunderland 29 73.0%
Lee Grant Stoke City 28 72.8%
David de Gea Manchester United 35 71.8%
Loris Karius Liverpool 10 71.4%
Thibaut Courtois Chelsea 36 70.5%

Tom Heaton, Joel Robles and Jordan Pickford all round off the top five, whilst Stoke City’s Lee Grant placed in sixth having initially been brought in on a late loan deal from Championship side Derby County.

Asmir Begović’s one save gave him a 16.7% save percentage in the Premier League this past season – by far the lowest among the 42 goalkeepers.

Data collected from Opta Sports

20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 38 ft. Chelsea & Harry Kane

2 – Brothers Jordan and André Ayew scored on same day in the Premier League for a second time.

5 – Harry Kane became the fifth player to win the Premier League Golden Boot in back-to-back seasons (after Alan Shearer, Michael Owen, Thierry Henry and Robin van Persie).

5 – Sergio Agüero became the fifth player to score 20+ goals in three consecutive Premier League seasons (after Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Harry Kane).

6 – Harry Kane became the sixth player to score consecutive Premier League hat-tricks (after Les Ferdinand, Ian Wright, Thierry Henry, Didier Drogba and Wayne Rooney).

7 – Tottenham Hotspur become the third team team to score seven goals in a single Premier League game (after Sheffield Wednesday 1-7 Nottingham Forest and Nottingham Forest 1-8 Manchester United).

11 – Gabriel Jesus has been involved in 11 goals in eight Premier League starts for Man City (7 goals, 4 assists).

12 – Leicester City’s 12th-place finish is the lowest by a defending Premier League champion.

16 – West Brom have scored more goals from corners than any other side.

17 – All 17 of Georginio Wijnaldum’s Premier League goals have been scored at home – more than any other player not to score an away goal.

18 – Manchester United have recorded a club record low 18 wins in a single Premier League campaign.

30 – Chelsea became the first team to win 30 games in a single Premier League season.

50 – Peter Crouch became the first player to score 50 headed goals in his Premier League career.

60 – Tottenham’s goal difference of +60 is the highest for a non-title winning side in Premier League history.

75 – Arsenal’s tally of 75 points is the most ever for a team finishing fifth in the Premier League.

93 – Chelsea’s 93 points is the second-highest by any club in a single Premier League season (behind their 2004-05 campaign – 95 points).

100 – Josh Harrop became the 100th different player to score a Premier League goal for Manchester United.

250 – José Mourinho took charge of his 250th Premier League game (W158, D59, L33).

492 – John Terry made his 492nd and final Premier League appearance for Chelsea.

2000 – Manchester United’s Angel Gomes became the first player born this millennium to play in the Premier League

3420 – César Azpilicueta became the fourth outfield player to play every minute of a Premier League title-winning campaign (after Gary Pallister, John Terry and Wes Morgan).

20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 37 ft. Chelsea & John Terry

0 – Tottenham Hotspur have gone unbeaten at home in a Premier League campaign for the first time (W17, D2).

1 – Chelsea are the first team to win the Premier League on a Friday.

3 – Sunderland have tied Nottingham Forest’s record of finishing bottom of the Premier League on 3 occasions.

13 – Liverpool took 13 points from a possible 15 in London this season.

13 – Hull City have conceded a record 13 penalties in a single Premier League campaign.

13 – Curtis Davies became the 13th player to be relegated from the Premier League on four or more occasions (along with Tal Ben Haim, Marcus Bent, Nathan Blake, Steven Caulker, Marc Edworthy, Rob Green, Hermann Hreiðarsson, Roger Johnson, Carlton Palmer, Nigel Quashie Neil Redfearn and Ashley Ward).

14 – Tottenham have recorded a club record 14 Premier League wins at White Hart Lane in a single season.

14 – Waford’s José Holebas has picked up a joint-Premier League record 14 yellow cards in a single season (after Mark Hughes, Robbie Savage, Cheick Tioté and Lee Cattermole).

15 – Manchester United’s 15 draws this season is a club record in the Premier League era.

15 – Alexis Sánchez has scored 15 away goals in the Premier League this season – only Kevin Phillips (16 in 1999-00) has scored more in a single campaign.

16 – David Moyes has lost 16 times to Arsène Wenger in the Premier League – his most defeats against any manager in the competition.

17 – John Terry has scored in each of his 17 Premier League campaigns.

18 – Leicester City’s 18 defeats is the most by a reigning Premier League champion.

19 – Sunderland have now failed to score in 19 Premier League games this season – more than any other side.

25+ – Harry Kane became the fifth player to score 25+ goals in successive Premier League seasons (after Robbie Fowler, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and Robin van Persie).

33 – Hull City are the 33rd team to be relegated from the Premier League in their first season following promotion from the second tier.

43 – Everton have picked up more points at Goodison Park this season than they have in any other single Premier League campaign.

52 – Liverpool have now won at 52 different grounds in the Premier League – more than any other side.

617′ – Watford have failed to score away from home in more than 10 hours (617 minutes).

1000 – John Terry’s opener versus Watford was Chelsea’s 1,000th Premier League goal since Roman Abramovich took over in the summer of 2003.

20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 36 ft. Arsenal & Nicolás Otamendi

0 – Southampton failed to produce a single shot on target in both games versus Liverpool this season.

1 – Arsène Wenger recorded his first Premier League win over José Mourinho (D7, L8).

1 – Sam Allardyce has taken only one point from his last nine visits to Manchester City.

2 – Bournemouth 2-2 Stoke City saw both teams score an own goal for the first time a Premier League game this season.

2 – Danny Welbeck has scored in his last two Premier League appearances versus former club Manchester United.

4 – Jürgen Klopp is still winless versus Southampton (D3, L1).

4 – Middlesbrough have been relegated from the Premier League for a joint-record fourth time – (level with Crystal Palace, Norwich City and Sunderland).

5 – Bournemouth have now scored a joint-Premier League high five own goals so far this season (along with Hull City and Swansea City).

7 – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has provided as many assists in the Premier League this season as in his previous five seasons combined for Arsenal.

9 – Fraser Forster’s penalty save from James Milner was the first time the Southampton goalkeeper has saved a Premier League spot kick – it was the ninth he’s faced.

15 – West Brom have scored a league-high 15 goals from corners this season.

15 – Kevin de Bruyne has provided a Premier League-high 15 assists so far this season.

20+ – Diego Costa is the third Chelsea player to score 20+ goals in a Premier League campaign on two occasions (after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in 2000-01 & 2001-02 and Didier Drogba in 2006-07 & 2009-10).

25 – Arsenal ended Manchester United’s 25-game unbeaten Premier League run.

32 – Liverpool had 32 shots in the Premier League without scoring versus Southampton this season.

100 – Riyad Mahrez became the first Algerian to make 100 Premier League appearances.

300 – Chelsea became the third club to win 300 Premier League home games, (after Manchester United (347) and Arsenal (306)).

400 – Nicolás Otamendi’s goal during Manchester City’s 5-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace was the 400th by an Argentine in the Premier League.

530′ – Salomón Rondón’s goal in West Brom’s 2-2 draw at Burnley ended the Baggies’ run of 530 minutes without a goal.

1035 – Jermain Defoe ended his goalless streak of 1,035 minutes with his stoppage-time goal in Sunderland’s 2-0 win at Hull City.

150+ Stats from the 2016-17 Premier League Season

0 – Chelsea and Crystal Palace were the only teams not involved in a 0-0.

0 – Tottenham Hotspur have gone unbeaten at home in a Premier League campaign for the first time (W17, D2).

0 – Southampton failed to produce a single shot on target in both games versus Liverpool this season.

0 – Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s goal for Manchester United at Sunderland in April came 45 seconds into the second half and before any Black Cats player had touched the ball.

1 – Chelsea were the first team to win the Premier League on a Friday.

1 – West Brom were awarded the fewest penalties.

1 – N’Golo Kanté became the first player to win the Premier League back-to-back with two different clubs.

1 – Arsène Wenger recorded his first-ever Premier League win over José Mourinho at the 12th attempt (D6, L5).

1 – Arsène Wenger won his first game away from home to a team managed by Mark Hughes (D3, L5).

1 – Sam Allardyce won his first game at Liverpool as a manager at the 14th attempt (D3, L10).

2 – Bournemouth 2-2 Stoke City was the only game where both teams scored an own goal.

2 – Both of Bournemouth’s Premier League hat-tricks have been scored against West Ham.

2 – Riyad Mahrez and Christian Benteke both missed two penalties.

3 – Sunderland have tied Nottingham Forest’s record of finishing bottom of the Premier League on 3 occasions.

3 – Harry Kane and Sergio Agüero became the fourth and fifth players to score 20+ goals in three successive seasons.

3 – Three different players scored from the penalty spot for Tottenham this season – Harry Kane, Vincent Janssen and Dele Alli.

3 – Philippe Coutinho scored the most direct free kicks.

3 – Salomón Rondón became only the second player to score a hat-trick of headers in the Premier League (after Duncan Ferguson).

3 – Christian Benteke has scored in his last three Premier League appearances at Stamford Bridge, each with a different club (Aston Villa, Liverpool and Crystal Palace).

4 – No teams scored more goals versus Chelsea than Arsenal and Watford over two games (4 each).

4 – Middlesbrough have been relegated from the Premier League for a joint-record fourth time – (level with Crystal Palace, Norwich City and Sunderland).

4 – Diego Costa has scored in all four of his Premier League games versus Hull City.

4 – Harry Kane scored four Premier League hat-tricks throughout the season.

4 – Jürgen Klopp is still winless versus Southampton (D3, L1).

4 – Craig Shakespeare became the first British manager to win each of his first four Premier League games.

4 – Sam Allardyce became the first manager to beat Chelsea in the Premier League as manager of four different teams (Bolton Wanderers, West Ham United, Sunderland and Crystal Palace).

4 – Mamadou Sakho won his first four Premier League games in which he has started for Crystal Palace whilst on loan.

5 – Chelsea are unbeaten in their last five Premier League trips to Anfield (W2, D3).

5 – John Terry became the first captain to win five Premier League titles.

5 – Harry Kane became the fifth player to score consecutive hat-tricks.

5 – Harry Kane and Jermain Defoe scored the most goals from the penalty spot.

5 – Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser has won the most penalties in the Premier League so far this season – more than nine teams.

5 – Christian Benteke has now scored five goals in three visits to Anfield with the away team.  The Belgian striker only scored four goals in his 13 Premier League appearances at Anfield as a Liverpool player.

6 – Hull City picked up the fewest points in away games.

6 – Philippe Coutinho scored the most goals from outside the penalty area.

6′ – Burnley’s Jeff Hendrick received the earliest red card of the season (6 minutes).

7 – All seven of Manchester United’s goals versus Leicester City this season came in the 49th minute or earlier.

7 – Middlesbrough picked up the most 0-0 draws.

7 – Petr Čech has now kept more clean sheets versus Manchester United than any other goalkeeper.

7 – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain provided as many assists in the Premier League this season as he did in his previous five seasons combined for Arsenal.

7 – Christian Benteke and Fernando Llorente scored the joint-highest amount of headed goals.

9 – Tottenham conceded the fewest goals at home.

9 – Liverpool are now unbeaten in their last nine Premier League matches versus Tottenham (W6, D3).

9 – Arsenal conceded more goals from penalties this season than they have in any other Premier League campaign.

9 – Hull City scored the fewest goals of any team on their travels.

10 – Arsenal have now done the double over West Ham on 10 occasions in the Premier League – more than they have versus any other side.

10 – Bournemouth were awarded the most penalties.

11 – Watford have conceded more goals at Old Trafford than at any other Premier League away ground.

11 – Gabriel Jesus was involved in 11 goals in his eight starts for Manchester City (7 goals, 4 assists).

11 – Sergio Agüero and Alexis Sánchez scored the joint-most opening goals in games this season.

11 – Ashley Barnes is now Burnley’s all-time joint-top Premier League goalscorer with Danny Ings.

12 – Tottenham are now unbeaten in all 12 Premier League matches versus Swansea City, winning 10.

12th – Leicester City finished in the lowest position of any reigning champion in Premier League history.

13 – Chelsea went on the longest winning run of the season.

13 – Liverpool took 13 points from a possible 15 in London this season.

13 – Liverpool were unbeaten in their first 13 matches with Joël Matip and Dejan Lovren as the centre-back partnership (W8, D5).

13 – Hull City conceded a record 13 penalties in a single Premier League campaign.

13 – Curtis Davies became the 13th player to be relegated from the Premier League on four or more occasions (along with Tal Ben Haim, Marcus Bent, Nathan Blake, Steven Caulker, Marc Edworthy, Rob Green, Hermann Hreiðarsson, Roger Johnson, Carlton Palmer, Nigel Quashie Neil Redfearn and Ashley Ward).

14 – Tottenham went on a Premier League era club record 14 consecutive wins at White Hart Lane.

14 – Tottenham recorded a club record 14 Premier League wins at White Hart Lane in a single season.

14 – Chelsea won all 14 Premier League games in which Eden Hazard scored.

14 – Watford’s José Holebas picked up a joint-Premier League record 14 yellow cards in a single season (after Mark Hughes, Robbie Savage, Cheick Tioté and Lee Cattermole).

15 – Manchester United drew a league-high 15 games.

15 – Alexis Sánchez scored 15 away goals in the Premier League this season – only Kevin Phillips (16 in 1999-00) has scored more in a single campaign.

15 – Shkodran Mustafi went unbeaten in his first 15 Premier League games (W11, D4).

16 – Chelsea conceded the fewest goals in away games.

16 – Liverpool have won more Premier League home games versus Tottenham than they have against any other current top flight side.

16 – Watford conceded the most goals from corners.

16 – Middlesbrough went on a winless run of 16 games before beating Sunderland in April.

16 – David Moyes has now lost 16 times to Arsène Wenger in the Premier League – his most defeats against any manager in the competition.

16 – Sunderland scored the fewest goals in home games.

16 – Thibaut Courtois kept the most clean sheets, taking the Golden Glove award.

16 – Southampton’s Manolo Gabbiadini became the 16th player to score three goals in his first two Premier League appearances.

16 – David Marshall played the most games among goalkeepers not to keep a single clean sheet.

17 – John Terry has scored in each of his 17 Premier League campaigns.

17 – All 17 of Georginio Wijnaldum’s Premier League goals have been scored at home – more than any other player not to score an away goal.

18 – Manchester United set a club record low Premier League wins in a single season.

18 – Leicester City’s 18 defeats was the most by a defending Premier League champion.

19 – Sunderland failed to score in 19 Premier League games this season – more than any other side.

21% – Six of Middlesbrough’s 28 points came against Sunderland.

22 – Tottenham finished above rivals Arsenal for the first time in 22 years.

23 – Troy Deeney is now Watford’s all-time top Premier League goalscorer.

24 – Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen didn’t score his first Premier League goal in open play until his 24th appearance in the competition.

24 – Dele Alli has not lost a Premier League game when he has scored (W19, D5).

24 – Romelu Lukaku became the 24th player to score four or more goals in a single Premier League game (after Efan Ekoku, Andrew Cole (2), Robbie Fowler (2), Gianluca Vialli, Jürgen Klinsmann, Michael Owen (2), Ole Gunnar Solskjær (2), Alan Shearer, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Mark Viduka, Thierry Henry, Yakubu (2), Dimitar Berbatov (2), Frank Lampard (2), Andrey Arshavin, Robbie Keane, Jermain Defoe, Wayne Rooney, Louis Saha, Edin Džeko, Luis Suárez, Kun Agüero (2) and Georginio Wijnaldum).

25 – Manchester United went on the longest unbeaten run during the season.

25+ – Harry Kane became the fifth player to score 25+ goals in successive Premier League seasons (after Robbie Fowler, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and Robin van Persie).

26 – Tottenham Hotspur conceded the fewest goals.

26 – Toby Alderweireld went on a run of 26 games without a yellow card in the Premier League, beginning towards the end of last season, after he collected a card in Tottenham’s 2-0 loss at Liverpool in February.

26 – Patrick Bamford finally scored his first Premier League goal in what was his 26th appearance, during Middlesbrough’s 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Southampton in May.

27 – Middlesbrough scored the fewest goals.

29 – Harry Kane scored more goals than Middlesbrough and as many as Sunderland.

30 – Chelsea broke the record for most wins in a single Premier League campaign.

30 – Chelsea scored in the opening goal in more games than any other team.

32 – Arsenal are the only side to have won more Premier League games (32) than they’ve lost (26) when having a player sent off.

32 – Liverpool had 32 shots in the Premier League without scoring versus Southampton this season.

33 – Hull City became the 33rd team to be relegated from the Premier League in their first season following promotion from the second tier.

34 – Philippe Coutinho is the highest-scoring Brazilian in Premier League history.

34 – Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Chelsea in April meant that José Mourinho has now beaten all 34 teams he has faced in the Premier League.

34 – Gylfi Sigurðsson became Swansea City’s all-time top Premier League goalscorer.

35 – Hull City conceded more goals at home than any other team.

38 – St Mary’s saw the fewest Premier League goals this season.

38 – Jack Rodwell recorded his first Premier League win as a starter for Sunderland in what was his first 38th start.

42 – Jamie Vardy is now Leicester City’s all-time Premier League top goalscorer.

43 – Manchester City scored the most goals in away games.

43 – Everton picked up more points at Goodison Park this season than they did in any previous Premier League campaign.

43% – Simon Mignolet has saved six of the 14 penalties he has faced in the Premier League for Liverpool.

43 – Rudy Gestede went on a record run of 43 Premier League appearances without a single win before a late substitute appearance in Middlesbrough’s 1-0 win over Sunderland in April.

44 – Leicester City picked up the fewest points as a reigning champion in Premier League history.

45 – Hull City conceded the most goals in away games.

47 – James Milner now holds the Premier League record for scoring in the most games without losing (W37, D10).

48 – West Ham scored their first goal at Bournemouth only 48 seconds after the home side missed their first penalty in February.

50 – Crystal Palace scored a club record 50 goals.

50 – Angel Gomes became the 50th teenager to make a Premier League appearance for Manchester United.

50 – Peter Crouch became the first player to score 50 headers in the Premier League.

50% – Two of Ryan Shawcross’ four Premier League own goals have come in favour of Everton.

52 – Liverpool have now won at 52 different grounds in the Premier League – more than any other side.

55 – Chelsea scored more goals in home games than any other team.

63% – Crystal Palace won five of their eight Premier League matches with Mamadou Sakho (D1, L2) but only seven of 30 without him (D4, L19).

68 – Romelu Lukaku is now Everton’s all-time top Premier League goalscorer.

70+ – Arsenal picked up more than 70 points for the 17th time in 20 full seasons under Arsène Wenger.

72 – Stamford Bridge saw more goals than any other Premier League ground this season.

75 – Arsenal picked up the most points for a team that have ever finished fifth.

76.5% – Hugo Lloris had the highest save percentage among goalkeepers to make at least 10 appearances.

80 – Hull City conceded 10 more goals than any other team.

83% – Chelsea’s Asmir Begović conceded five goals from the six shots on target he faced.

85 – Manchester United had 85 efforts on goal versus the three newly-promoted sides at Old Trafford this season, but scored only twice.

86 – Runners-up Tottenham picked up five more points than Leicester City did as champions last season.

86 – Tottenham Hotspur scored the most goals.

88% – Seven of the eight red cards in Premier League Manchester derbies have been shown to Manchester United players.

92% – Both teams have scored in 11 of the last 12 Premier League meetings between Chelsea and Liverpool.

92% – Leicester City won 11 of the 12 games in which they scored the opening goal (only failed versus Crystal Palace).

96% – Harry Kane has scored against 24 of the 25 Premier League teams he has faced – only failing to score versus Cardiff City.

96% – Raheem Sterling has won 25 of the 26 Premier League games in which he has scored (L1).

100% – Yaya Touré extended his penalty record to 11 from 11 in the Premier League.

100% – Jürgen Klopp is three out of three in Merseyside derbies as Liverpool manager.

115 – There were 115 different players who scored a Premier League goal between Sunderland’s Jermain Defoe’s goal against Crystal Palace and Wahbi Khazri’s goal against West Ham.

117 – Pablo Zabaleta made his 117th and final Premier League appearance at the Etihad Stadium – more than any outfield player for Manchester City.

141 – Burnley’s Tom Heaton made the most saves.

150 – Mark Hughes became the seventh manager to record 150 Premier League wins.

158 – José Mourinho has more wins in his first 250 Premier League games than any other manager.

189 – Sunderland were bottom of the Premier League for 189 of the 282-day season.

189 – John O’Shea has made more Premier League appearances for Sunderland than any other player.

258 – Petr Čech has now won more matches in the Premier League than any other goalkeeper.

319′ – Watford had gone more than five hours (319 minutes) without conceding a goal until Liverpool’s Emre Can ended that run in a 1-0 win in May.

492 – John Terry ended his Chelsea career having played 492 Premier League games.

641′ – Watford had a run of 641 minutes without a goal in an away game before Étienne Capoue’s strike at Chelsea in May.

701′ – Sunderland had gone over 11 hours (701 minutes) without scoring before Wahbi Khazri’s goal direct from a corner against West Ham in April.

1000 – John Terry’s opener versus Watford in April was Chelsea’s 1,000th Premier League goal since Roman Abramovich took over in the summer of 2003.

1703′ – Marcus Rashford played more minutes than any other teenager this season.

2000 – Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Watford in February saw them become the first team to reach 2,000 points in Premier League history.

2000 – Manchester United’s Angel Gomes became the first player born this millennium to play in the Premier League.

3420 – César Azpilicueta, Fraser Forster, Ben Foster, Ben Gibson and Steve Cook were the only players to play every single minute this season.