1 – Tottenham have picked up just 1 point in 6 matches versus the top 4 this season, scoring 2 goals and conceding 22.
1 – Norwich City conceded their first Premier League goal at Carrow Road in 2014 after going on a run of more than 7 hours without allowing the opposition to find the net. Stoke City’s Jonathan Walters broke the streak with a controversially awarded penalty.
3 – Fulham became only the second team to concede more than two goals against Cardiff City in the Premier League as the Cottagers went down 3-1 in Wales. The first team were Manchester City back in August.
3 – All 3 of Demba Ba’s Premier League goals have come from the substitutes bench this season. All of Samuel Eto’o's 7 goals and Fernando Torres’ 4 have been when they have started games.
4 – Only Sunderland (6) and West Ham (5) have received more red cards than Stoke City this season. Jonathan Walters was sent off for the Potters during their 1-1 draw at Norwich City, not long after he equalised from the penalty spot.
10 – Chelsea have now kept 10 clean sheets in their last 14 Premier League matches including 4 in a row at Stamford Bridge since Javier Hernández’s consolation for Manchester United on 19 January.
10 – Chelsea have now gone 10 games in a row without conceding a goal in the first-half of Premier League matches since Martin Škrtel headed Liverpool into an early lead in their final game of 2013.
75 – José Mourinho extended his unbeaten record at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League to an incredible 75 games as Chelsea thrashed Tottenham 4-0.
400 – Frank Lampard made his 400th Premier League start for Chelsea on Saturday.
1,103 – Tottenham became the first team to concede 1,100 goals when Samuel Eto’o opened the scoring at Stamford Bridge. By the end of the game, Spurs have now conceded a record 1,103 goals in England’s top flight since August 1992.