English Premier League 2018-19: Records broken on match-day 18Last updated on Dec 23, 2018, 01:25 pm
Match-day 18 became one of the most surprising turns of events that we have seen lately in English football, with each result being a complete surprise.
While title contenders Manchester City and Chelsea lost their respective matches, a refreshed Manchester United surely played their best football by far this season.
Here are all the Premier League records that were broken on match-day 18.
City vs Palace
Manchester City lose 2-3 to Crystal Palace at home
In their last three Premier League fixtures, Manchester City have lost two matches, equalling their record of losses in their previous 61 matches.
This was Palace's first ever away win against Manchester City in 28 years.
The match was also Manchester City's first defeat to any team apart from the Big Six since last losing to Leicester City in 2016.
Arsenal vs Burnley
Arsenal hand Burnley a 3-1 defeat
This was the season's first match in which Arsenal were leading at half-time; the last time they achieved this feat was on the final match-day of 2017-18 against Huddersfield.
The loss marked Burnley's worst performance in the first division after their first 18 matches since 1970-71.
Aubameyang has now scored 22 goals from 31 EPL appearances against Arsenal, five more than what Henry managed from his first 31 EPL appearances for Arsenal.
Leicester vs Chelsea
Chelsea stunned 0-1 by Leicester at Stamford Bridge
The match was Leicester's first-ever victory at Stamford Bridge since 2000.
This was Chelsea's first Premier League home defeat in 13 matches.
Among their last four Premier League matches, Chelsea have failed to score in two - as many as in their last 21 matches.
Vardy's goal for Leicester saw Chelsea concede a goal at home for the first time in four home matches.
United vs Cardiff
Manchester United thrash Cardiff City 1-5 at their home
United managed to score 5+ goals in an EPL match for the first time since Ferguson's final match in charge in 2013.
After Ferguson, four of the five managers United have had, saw the team scoring 3+ in their first match in charge, van Gaal being the only exception.
Rashford has been involved in nine goals this season, more than any other United player.