Phil Foden continued a landmark scoring streak against the Reds and Bruno Fernandes hit a Premier League landmark in lightning quick time.
Here are the standout facts & figures from game week 7.
Man United 1-1 Everton
Bruno Fernandes’ assist was his 50th goal involvement (30 goals, 20 assists) in 58 Premier League matches. Only Andy Cole (43 matches), Alan Shearer (54) and Eric Cantona (54) reached that number in fewer matches in the competition’s history.
Burnley 0-0 Norwich
In their 44th meeting in all competitions, this was the first goalless draw between Burnley and Norwich City.
Chelsea 3-1 Southampton
Chelsea has scored seven first-half goals this season, more than any Premier League side.
Leeds 1-0 Watford
Leeds earned their first league win of the season in their seventh match, the joint-longest they’ve had to wait for a first victory.
Wolves 2-1 Newcastle
Hwang Hee-chan is the first Wolves player to score in both halves of a Premier League match since Diogo Jota against Leicester City in January 2019.
Brighton 0-0 Arsenal
Only Man City and Chelsea have kept more home Premier League clean sheets in 2021 than Brighton’s eight.
Crystal Palace 2-2 Leicester
Jamie Vardy (17) and Kelechi Iheanacho (16) have scored 33 goals between them in the 32 Premier League matches they have started together for Leicester City.
West Ham 1-2 Brentford
Brentford is unbeaten in all four away Premier League matches this season (W2 D2), becoming the first side to avoid defeat in their first four away trips in the competition since Hull in 2008-09.
Tottenham 2-1 Aston Villa
Son Heung-min has been involved in 11 goals in his last 12 Premier League matches at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, scoring six goals and adding five assists.
Liverpool 2-2 Man City
Phil Foden (21y 128d) is the youngest player to score in three consecutive Premier League appearances against Liverpool since Romelu Lukaku in November 2013 (20y 194d).
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