Stats from Round 06 of the Premier League Season

Interesting facts from Round 06 of Game 01 2016/17…

“Man City have scored 30 goals this season and Agüero now has 28 in his past 27 Premier League matches.” – The Guardian

“Liverpool have now scored four times or more in four of their eight matches this season…” – The Guardian

Kompany comforted by his teammates.
Kompany comforted by his teammates.

“Kompany’s 14 different calf injuries have accounted for 333 days of absence during his time in Manchester. Among the other ailments, there have been six spells of absenteeism with hamstring issues, four with groin problems and three with both knee and thigh injuries. Since August 2014, Kompany has missed exactly half of City’s first-team assignments.” – The Guardian

“Since an impressively dominant 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur on 2 March, West Ham have conceded at least two goals in 14 of their previous 22 matches…” – The Guardian

“West Ham finished with a positive goal difference for the first time since 1986 because they were the fourth-highest scorers in the league last season…” – The Guardian

“Two James Milner penalties and goals from the impressive Adam Lallana, Sadio Mané and Philippe Coutinho took Liverpool’s tally to 24 in eight games. At the corresponding stage of last season, under Brendan Rodgers, they had scored six.” – The Guardian

“The manager himself was happy too, after [Manchester] United went four goals up before the interval for the first time in a league match since 2006.” – The Guardian

“For Eddie Howe, this was a true Bournemouth performance, full of intensity and vigour, as his side recorded back-to-back home wins in the league for the first time since March.” – The Guardian

“Tony Pulis took charge of a team for the 1,000th time.” – The Guardian

“West Ham have conceded at least two goals in 13 of their last 16 league matches.” – BBC Sport

“Tottenham’s best six game start to a season in 51 years.” – BBC Sport

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