Five stats to tell your mates from Saturday's Premier League action
By Nick Wright
Last Updated: 14/10/17 7:17pm
It was a busy day of Premier League football and we've picked out five of the best stats.
David de Gea was Manchester United's hero against Liverpool and Kevin De Bruyne starred as Manchester City thrashed Stoke 7-2.
Impress your mates with these standout stats...
De Gea's heroics
Manchester United held Liverpool to a 0-0 draw at Anfield but it would have been a different story if it wasn't for De Gea's razor-sharp reactions. The Spaniard pulled off a stunning save from Joel Matip in the first half - it was the fifth stop he has made from a big chance this season. No Premier League goalkeeper has made more.
De Bruyne the creator
Manchester City blew Stoke away at the Etihad Stadium and De Bruyne was at the heart of things. The Belgian set up two of his side's goals, taking him to 32 assists since he made his Premier League debut for City in September 2015. It is more than any other player in that time period.
Calamity for Carroll
West Ham started brightly at Turf Moor, with Michail Antonio giving them an early lead, but midway through the first half Andy Carroll was given his marching orders for two yellow cards in the space of just 99 seconds. It was West Ham's second red card of the season and it proved costly as Chris Wood equalised for Burnley five minutes from time.
Kane off target
Tottenham claimed their first Premier League victory at Wembley Stadium courtesy of Christian Eriksen's goal, but it was a frustrating afternoon for Harry Kane. The England striker has been in lethal form lately, but he has now gone four Premier League games at their temporary home without scoring. It's not for want of trying. In fact, he's attempted 28 shots in total.
Wait over for Palace
Crystal Palace scored their first Premier League goals of the season as they claimed a memorable 2-1 win over champions Chelsea at Selhurst Park. Cesar Azpilicueta's own goal ended a run of 731 minutes without scoring.