Unbelievable Stats From Premier League Matchweek 4

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The Premier League live streaming never fails to deliver surprises, and Matchweek 4 was no exception. From historic hat-tricks to late-game drama, jaw-dropping records were set. Let's dive into the incredible statistics that left fans saying, "Wow!"

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Unforgettable Premier League Matchweek 4

Hat-Trick Heroes: Son, Haaland, and Ferguson

  • Three players, three hat-tricks in one day – Son Heung-min, Erling Haaland, and Evan Ferguson achieved this remarkable feat. It's a rarity that hadn't happened in nearly 28 years.
  • Haaland's hat-trick put him in the record books, reaching 51 goal involvements in just 39 Premier League appearances, breaking Andrew Cole's previous record.
  • Haaland's love for the Etihad Stadium continued as he scored his fifth Premier League hat-trick there, joining an elite group of legends.

Young Ferguson's Feat

  • Evan Ferguson became the fourth player, and the first in 25 years, to score a Premier League hat-trick at 18 or younger. He joins the likes of Fowler, Owen, and Bart-Williams.
  • Only six instances of an 18-year-old scoring a Premier League hat-trick exist, with Ferguson's name added to this prestigious list.

Historic Losses: Burnley and Opening Fixtures

  • Burnley's loss to Tottenham Hotspur marked their third consecutive defeat this season, making them the fourth team to lose their opening three Premier League matches. A historic first.
  • This season witnessed an unprecedented occurrence with four different sides losing their first three fixtures in a top-flight season.

Decisive Declan Rice

  • Declan Rice's goal in the Arsenal vs. Manchester United match set a record as the latest winning goal ever scored in a Premier League fixture between the two giants


Gabriel Jesus' Unbeaten Streak

  • Gabriel Jesus boasts an incredible record - in the 57 Premier League matches he has scored, he has never tasted defeat, with 52 wins and five draws.

Palace's Selhurst Park Domination

  • Crystal Palace celebrated their fourth consecutive victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers at Selhurst Park, a historic achievement for the Eagles in the Premier League.

Manchester City's Ruthlessness

  • Manchester City displayed clinical precision by scoring five goals from just seven total shots, making the most of their chances against Fulham.

Maddison's Long-Range Prowess

  • James Maddison demonstrated his prowess from long range with his 18th Premier League goal from outside the penalty area, matching only James Ward-Prowse in this category since his debut in 2018/19.

Chelsea's Home Woes

  • Chelsea's defeat to Nottingham Forest marked their fifth loss at Stamford Bridge in 2023, the most in a calendar year since 1995. They face the challenge of preventing two more defeats to avoid matching their worst calendar year for home losses, set in 1993.

Cameron Archer's Premier League Debut

  • Aged 21 years and 267 days, Cameron Archer became the youngest English player to score on his first Premier League start since Matty Longstaff in 2019.

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West Ham's Premier League Firsts

  • West Ham United players achieved remarkable Premier League firsts in their 2-1 win at Luton Town. Jarrod Bowen scored in each of the first three away matches in a top-flight campaign since 1930/31, while Ward-Prowse became the first player to score or assist a goal in each of his first three Premier League appearances for West Ham.