Arsenal have scored most injury-time goals in Premier League history
By Gerard Brand
Last Updated: 15/02/16 6:14pm
Danny Welbeck's injury-time winner for Arsenal against Leicester was their 100th goal after the 90-minute mark, the highest total for any side in Premier League history.
Welbeck's goal on his return to action after 10 months out with injury was Arsenal's third in second-half stoppage time this season, after Olivier Giroud's at Leicester earlier in the season and Aaron Ramsey's in the 3-1 win against Sunderland in December.
Manchester United may have been synonymous with 'Fergie Time' under the stewardship of Sir Alex Ferguson until 2013, but his former side are only third in the list of late scorers with 91, while Chelsea are second with 93.
Premier League goals scored in second-half injury time
Liverpool are fourth with 73, while Everton (69), Newcastle (57), Manchester City (55), West Ham (42) and Blackburn Rovers (35) make up the top 10.
The concept of 'Fergie Time' was born in 1993, when a 96th-minute Steve Bruce header gave United a 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday on their way to the first Premier League title.
But when it comes to winning Premier League games with injury-time goals, United are ranked far behind long-time rivals Liverpool.
Premier League games won with injury-time goals
Sunday marked the 21st time Arsenal have won a Premier League game with an injury-time goal, but some may be surprised to discover that Liverpool top that list by quite a distance.
The Reds have won 27 Premier League games in stoppage time, six ahead of Arsenal and seven ahead of Chelsea.
Everton are next with 19, while United feature down in fifth with 17 wins, alongside Newcastle and Tottenham.
Look out for more stats in Martin Tyler's column - coming up this week on skysports.com and the Sky Sports mobile and iPad apps.