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  • History for McTominay
    History for McTominay In Man Utd's 6-2 victory over Leeds, Scott McTominay became the first player to score twice in the opening three minutes of a PL match
  • Full set for Kane
    Full set for Kane When he scored against Leeds on 2 January it meant that Harry Kane had scored against all 30 opponents he had faced in the PL, the only 100 per cent record in the competition among players to have faced more than one side
  • Unwanted landmark for Reguilon
    Unwanted landmark for Reguilon Sergio Reguilon’s own goal for Spurs against Aston Villa was the 1,000th scored in the competition
  • Liverpool woe
    Liverpool woe In their 7-2 defeat at Aston Villa, Liverpool became the first defending top-flight champions to concede as many goals in a league match
  • Lanzini crowns stunning comeback
    Lanzini crowns stunning comeback Against Spurs, West Ham became the first team in PL history to avoid defeat in a match having trailed by three or more goals as late as the 81st minute
  • Tight at the top
    Tight at the top When their 5-0 win at West Brom sent Man City top on 26 January, they became the ninth different side to finish the day as PL leaders this season, the most in a top-flight campaign since 1986/87
  • Comeback kings
    Comeback kings At Sheff Utd, Man Utd became the first PL side to win six consecutive away matches despite trailing in each
  • Impressive Saints feat
    Impressive Saints feat Southampton's 1-0 victory over Liverpool on 4 January made them the first team to beat all seven PL champions in the season after they had won their titles
  • Early misery for Blades
    Early misery for Blades With six matches remaining, Sheff Utd suffered the joint-earliest relegation in PL history, alongside Ipswich (1994/95), Derby (2007/08) and Huddersfield (2018/19)
  • Unique season
    Unique season None of Arsenal, Leicester, Man Utd or Spurs had a Saturday 3pm kick-off in this season's PL - the first teams in the competition's history to go an entire campaign without one

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