Round 23 of the Premier League has been completed and what a thrilling Matchweek it was. The weekend action saw all but one of the top six teams win, with Chelsea losing 2-0 at Arsenal on Saturday.
Liverpool earned all three points in a thrilling 4-3 win over Crystal Palace shortly after Wolves edged out Leicester City by an identical scoreline in Saturday's early kick-off. Man United beat Brighton while Man City brushed aside Huddersfield with ease. Here are the standout stats from the latest round.
Arsenal's record against the top six is improves
The clash with Chelsea on Saturday was a must-win game for the Gunners and their top-four hopes, and win they did. The 2-0 victory brought them within three points of the Blues and saw them surpass last season's torrid record against their fellow top six.
Koscielny makes history in that Emirates Stadium win
Albeit through a fortunate goal, Koscielny found the back of the net to double Arsenal's lead in the first half of that clash with Sarri's men. That strike made him the first Arsenal defender to reach the 20-goal mark in the English top-flight.
Ruthless Man City reach 100-goal mark
A far more impressive goalscoring feat was reached by Man City on Sunday. They beat Huddersfield 3-0 and became the first team in Europe's top five leagues to reach the 100 goals mark across all competitions.
Salah reaches half-century of goals
Salah's brace in the 4-3 win over Crystal Palace saw him reach the 50-goal mark in the Premier League. The Egyptian matched the record of a former deadly Liverpool attacker along the way.
Salah matches Torres' record of scoring 50 goals in his first 72 apps
Mohamed Salah has scored his 50th PL goal (48 Liverpool, 2 Chelsea).— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) January 19, 2019
Only 3 players in competition history have been quicker in reaching the 50-goal milestone pic.twitter.com/f6JRZPNhWl
Salah leads the Golden Boot race as a result
Solskjaer makes history
Solskjaer's start at Man United has just gotten better, as the Norwegian has written his name in history by becoming the first Red Devils boss to win his first six games in the Premier League. He's also only the third boss to achieve this feat in the English top-flight.
W W W W W W— Premier League (@premierleague) January 19, 2019
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is just the third #PL manager to win his first 6 matches with a certain club, after Carlo Ancelotti with Chelsea and Pep Guardiola with Man City pic.twitter.com/S8EK9bJjV2
Jota and that 4-3 win over Leicester
Round 23 of the Premier League kicked off with a banger, with Wolves beating Leicester 4-3 thanks to a stoppage-time strike from Diogo Jota. The Portuguese ace bagged a hat-trick in that win, becoming the first Wolves player to pull off a three-goal haul in the top-flight in almost 42 years.