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  • Most goals for one club
    Most goals for one club Sergio Aguero marked his final Premier League appearance for Man City by scoring his 183rd and 184th goals in the competition, surpassing Wayne Rooney's record for the most goals for a single club in the PL (183 with Manchester United)
  • Latest winning goal in a match
    Latest winning goal in a match Bruno Fernandes' penalty against Brighton & Hove Albion in September was timed at 99.45 minutes.
  • Most appearances as a substitute
    Most appearances as a substitute When James Milner came on against Newcastle in April, it was his 159th appearance as a substitute in the competition, beating Peter Crouch's previous high
  • Most clean sheets
    Most clean sheets Thomas Tuchel is the first manager or head coach in Premier League history to have his side keep a clean sheet in each of his first five home matches
  • Scoring on every day
    Scoring on every day Kelechi Iheanacho is the first player in Premier League history to score a goal on all seven weekdays within a single season
  • Awards double
    Awards double Harry Kane is the third player to finish top for goals and assists in the same season, earning him the Golden Boot and Playmaker awards. The two previous players to do so were Andrew Cole (1993/94) and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (1998/99)
  • Youngest consecutive goalscorer
    Youngest consecutive goalscorer Joe Willock is only the second Newcastle United player to score in seven consecutive PL appearances, after Alan Shearer in 1996, and is the youngest of 13 players to do so in PL history at 21 years and 276 days
  • Ever-present for successive seasons
    Ever-present for successive seasons James Ward-Prowse became the first player to feature in every minute of every match in successive seasons
  • Most different goalscorers in a match
    Most different goalscorers in a match When Man Utd beat Southampton 9-0 in February, they had seven different scorers. They became the first side to achieve this since Chelsea beat Aston Villa 8-0 in December 2012
  • Fewest home goals
    Fewest home goals Fulham only managed to score nine times at Craven Cottage
  • Fewest goals in a season
    Fewest goals in a season Sheffield United's 20 goals in the PL campaign is the joint-lowest in top-flight history, after Derby County in 2007/08

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