Premier League Logo
Statistics

MW16 stats: Lacazette sets pace for Arsenal

31 Dec 2020
Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal

See how the substitute made history as we look at the standout numbers of Matchweek 16 so far

Alexandre Lacazette needed only 29 seconds to score the winning goal and make Premier League history for Arsenal at Brighton & Hove Albion on Tuesday. 

For more on this and all the must-know facts from the 16th round of fixtures, read below. To see the reports and key data for the matches, click on the results.

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
Crystal Palace 1-1 Leicester City

Leicester City won their 10th penalty in their 16th Premier League match of 2020/21, the quickest a team have reached double-figures for spot-kicks in a season.

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
Chelsea 1-1 Aston Villa

Anwar El Ghazi has netted five goals in his last five top-flight appearances and is the first Aston Villa player to score in three successive outings since Tom Cleverley in May 2015.

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
Brighton & Hove Albion 0-1 Arsenal

Lacazette scored 29 seconds after coming on, the quickest goal by an Arsenal substitute in the competition since such data became available in 2006/07.

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
Burnley 1-0 Sheffield United

Ben Mee scored his first Premier League goal at Turf Moor in 76 matches, last netting against Crystal Palace in January 2015. Four of Mee’s five PL goals have been headers.

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
Southampton 0-0 West Ham United

Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse made his 73rd consecutive Premier League appearance, the longest active run of any outfield player in the competition.

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
West Bromwich Albion 0-5 Leeds United

Leeds United have scored 30 goals this season. The only promoted team in the competition’s history who netted more in their first 16 matches of a campaign were Newcastle United in 1993/94, with 31.

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
Manchester United 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Marcus Rashford's winner on 92mins 51secs was Manchester United's latest winning goal in a Premier League home match since September 2009, when Michael Owen scored after 95mins 27secs against Manchester City

close
TV Info
Broadcasters
Newcastle United 0-0 Liverpool

Newcastle United and Liverpool have played out a goalless draw for the first time in 74 matches in all competitions, last doing so in a top-flight fixture in February 1974.

Latest News

More News: Latest News

Latest Videos

More Videos: Latest Videos