When he opened the scoring with a trademark free-kick, Marcos Alonso not only gave Chelsea a deserved lead against Crystal Palace, he also helped them reach a set-piece landmark.
For more on this and other must-know facts from the opening round of matches, read below. To see the reports and key data, click on the results.
Sergio Canos became the first Spaniard to net the first goal of a Premier League season since Swansea City's Michu in 2012/13.
Paul Pogba became the seventh Premier League player to assist four goals in a single match, after Dennis Bergkamp, Jose Antonio Reyes, Cesc Fabregas, Emmanuel Adebayor, Santi Cazorla and Harry Kane.
James Tarkowski's goal, timed at 1min 42 secs for Burnley, is the fastest scored on the opening weekend since Alexandre Lacazette's strike for Arsenal against Leicester City in 2017/18 (1m 34s).
Alonso's strike was Chelsea's 50th direct free-kick goal in Premier League history. Only Manchester United (64) have netted more in the competition.
Everton's victory over Southampton was the first time in 53 attempts they had won a Premier League match after trailing at half-time.
Only Frank Lampard, Wayne Rooney and Alan Shearer, with eight, have scored more goals on the opening weekend of Premier League campaigns than Jamie Vardy's seven.
Watford’s Cucho Hernandez became the first Colombian player to score on his Premier League debut, netting only 49 seconds after coming on.
Roberto Firmino's goal was the 49th scored by a substitute for Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp in the Premier League, the most of any side in the competition since he took charge in 2015.
Michail Antonio equaled Paolo Di Canio’s record of 47 goals to become West Ham United’s all-time highest scorer in the Premier League.