0 – Pep Guardiola has now failed to beat Everton in his first three meetings (D2, L1).
1 – Tottenham Hotspur went unbeaten at home (White Hart Lane) in the Premier League last season but have lost their first home game (Wembley Stadium) this season.
1 – Marcos Alonso scored the first ever Premier League goal at Wembley Stadium.
2 – Manchester United have allowed only two shots on target in their opening two matches combined to start the 2017-18 Premier League season.
2 – Excluding the debut season of the Premier League in 1992-93, Huddersfield are the first team to win their opening two games in the competition.
3 – Burnley have seen three opponents sent off in their first two games of the new season.
4 – Henrikh Mkhitaryan has recorded four assists in his first two games this season compared to one in 24 Premier League appearances last season.
7 – Sergio Agüero has now failed to score in his last seven Premier League appearances versus Everton.
10% – Bournemouth 0-2 Watford was Marco Silva’s first away win in the Premier League in his 10th game on the road (D2, L7).
12 – Harry Kane has failed to score in all 12 of his Premier League matches in August.
22 – Antonio Conte is unbeaten as Chelsea manager when his side have led at half-time (W20, D2).
39 – All 39 of Javier Hernández’s Premier League goals have come from inside the penalty area.
48% – 15 of Tony Pulis’ 31 wins as West Brom manager in the Premier League have been by the scoreline of 1-0.
70% – Joe Hart has conceded 7 of the 10 shots he has faced on target already this season.
— Barrie's View (@BarriesView) August 19, 2017
83% – Newcastle have lost 10 of their last 12 Premier League away games (W0, D2).
112 – Eric Bailly became the 112th different goalscorer for Manchester United in the Premier League.
180′ – Swansea City have mustered just one shot on target in their first two games combined to start the new season.
200 – Wayne Rooney became only the second player in Premier League history to score 200 career goals. The Everton striker is now 60 behind Alan Shearer.
221 – There were only three minutes and 41 seconds between Manchester United’s final three goals in their 4-0 win at Swansea City.
555′ – Southampton had gone 9 hours and 15 minutes without a goal at St Mary’s before Manolo Gabbiadini’s opener in their 3-2 win over West Ham on Saturday.