Premier League: Key numbers from gameweek 37
Gameweek 37 of the Premier League 2019-20 season produced several interesting results. The race for third and fourth places will go into the final day, whereas, the battle for survival got intense. Champions Liverpool lifted the trophy after a 5-3 win against Chelsea. There were big wins for Manchester City and Tottenham. Here we present the key numbers from gameweek 37.
Liverpool script records, Chelsea's away woes continue
The win against Chelsea saw Liverpool equal the best Premier League home record for a season of 18 wins and a draw. It was previously set by Chelsea (2005-06), Manchester United (2010-11) and Manchester City (2011-12). The Reds set a club record of 31 wins in a league season. Chelsea kept just one clean sheet away from home in the league this season.
Manchester United's Mason Greenwood in elite company
Mason Greenwood became the first teenager to score 10 league goals in a season since Romelu Lukaku in 2012-13 (14). He is the first English player to do so since Wayne Rooney in 2004-05 (11). With his 17th goal for Manchester United across competitions this season, Greenwood went level with George Best (1965-66), Brian Kidd (1967-68) and Rooney (2004-05) as a teenager.
Manchester City: De Bruyne excels once again, Guardiola scripts record
City completed the league double over Watford with an aggregate score of 12-0. Kevin De Bruyne registered his 19th league assist this season. He equaled Mesut Ozil (2015-16) and is one behind Thierry Henry's league record of 20 (2002-03). Guardiola has made 143 changes to City's starting XI this season. It's the most by any manager in a single season in the competition's history.
Tottenham continue their good run with win against Leicester
Spurs have now pocketed four consecutive Premier League victories at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the first time. This was their third consecutive win in the league as well. Spurs have lost only one of their eight Premier League fixtures since the restart last month. Leicester are now winless in eight successive Premier League away games. Harry Kane raced to 142 career league goals.
Other notable numbers from gameweek 37
Southampton striker Danny Ings has scored in 19 different Premier League games this season. That's the most by any Southampton player in a single season. Aston Villa ended a 22-year wait of beating Arsenal at Villa Park. They ended a run of 17 home league games since 1998. Crystal Palace's defeat against Wolves means they have lost seven league games in succession.Share this timeline