Five of the best Premier League stats to tell your mates
By Peter Smith
Last Updated: 25/11/17 10:59pm
The Premier League delivered up plenty of excitement on Saturday - and with the help of Opta, we've picked out five stats you can use to impress your mates...
Conte can't find a way past Liverpool
Antonio Conte has beaten all 19 of the Premier League teams he's faced as Chelsea manager - except for Liverpool.
The Italian and his London side were once again unable to get the better of the Reds on Saturday, with Willian scoring a late equaliser to cancel out Mo Salah's opener for the hosts at Anfield.
Ton up for Kane
It may have been an ultimately frustrating afternoon for Tottenham, as they once again dropped points at Wembley, this time to West Brom - but Harry Kane can at least celebrate reaching another landmark.
The Spurs and England striker has now had a hand in exactly 100 Premier League goals, scoring 87 of them himself and setting up 13 more for his team-mates.
Fortress Old Trafford
Who can beat Manchester United at Old Trafford? Jose Mourinho's side extended their record to 29 home games unbeaten across all competitions on Saturday with their 1-0 win over Brighton.
It may not have been a big win but it was an important one, especially as Tottenham, Liverpool and Chelsea all dropped points.
Watford enjoying life on the road
Watford have made a great start to life under Marco Silva - certainly away from home! The Hornets have won four and drawn one of their seven away days so far this season, including their 3-0 win at Newcastle.
That means they have surpassed their points tally from away games for the entirety of last season, when they managed a record of three wins, three draws and 13 defeats.
Palace leave it late
Crystal Palace enjoyed a dramatic win over Stoke on Saturday, with Mamadou Sakho the hero, scoring the winner in injury time.
But that 2-1 triumph is the first time Palace have scored a 90th-minute winner at home in the Premier League since May 1998 - when Clinton Morrison stunned Sheffield Wednesday.
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