With another assist by David Silva for a Sergio Aguero goal on Sunday, Manchester City's attacking duo moved to within touching distance of becoming the second most-deadly partnership in Premier League history.
For more on this and other essential facts from Matchweek 3, read on.
At 24 years and 208 days, Chelsea’s starting XI was their youngest for a Premier League fixture since February 1994 against Oldham Athletic, when the average age was 24 years and 190 days, with 971 league matches in between.
Liverpool have scored 22 headed goals in the Premier League since the start of last season; seven more than any other side.
Aguero and Silva have combined for 27 Premier League goals. The only duos to link up for more are Thierry Henry and Robert Pires, with 29 for Arsenal, and Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard, with 36 for Chelsea.
At just 20.2 per cent, Newcastle United's possession was the second lowest for a winning team in the Premier League since 2003/04, behind only Burnley's 19.6 per cent in a 2-0 victory over Liverpool in August 2016.