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Manchester City goalkeeper Scott Carson made his first Premier League appearance since May 2011 for West Bromwich Albion, a gap of nine years and 357 days. It is the sixth-longest gap between appearances in Premier League history, and the longest ever for a goalkeeper.
Leeds United have scored 13 Premier League goals from outside the box this season, more than any other side.
At 21 years and 257 days old, Tyrick Mitchell became Crystal Palace's youngest PL goalscorer since Clinton Morrison in 1998, and the youngest to get a goal and an assist in a PL match for the club since George Ndah in January 1995.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg both scored and assisted in a PL match for the first time, in his 145th appearance in the competition. He is the third Dane to score and assist in a PL match for Spurs after Christian Eriksen, who did so (nine times, and Allan Nielsen.
Aged 17 years and 309 days, Jebbison became the youngest player to score on his first Premier League start, overtaking Danny Cadamarteri's record set for Everton against Barnsley in September 1997, also at Goodison Park, when he was 17 years and 343 days old.