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By the numbers - Leicester's record away win; Liverpool's unbeaten home streak

A wild weekend of football, and there's a fantastic bunch of numbers to sift through. ESPN brings you the best of the lot.

Premier League

Liverpool maintained their imperious form with a come-from-behind win against Tottenham, Manchester United finally remembered what it is like to win away from home in the league, Arsenal were held by high-flying Crystal Palace at home but the match of the weekend saw Leicester City driving a train through Southampton at St. Mary's.

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Can we start this with any...

Numbers: Man United stop Liverpool one short of two records

Another fantastic weekend of football brings with it another great bunch of numbers to sift through. ESPN brings you the best of the lot: 

Premier League

Manchester City, Chelsea, and Leicester won, Tottenham eked out a draw, but the headline match of the weekend in England was between the nation's two most successful teams. Manchester United may not be the force they once were, but their game against Liverpool lived up to the billing.

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In their 1-1 draw, United ended Liverpool's PL winning...

Numbers: Patrick van Aanholt joins Thierry Henry in rare Fergie Time feat

Another topsy-turvy weekend of European football, and another weekend of scarcely believable numbers. Some results were expected. Some, not so much. 

Premier League

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Crystal Palace have beaten Manchester United in the Premier League for the first time in the competition's history. In fact, before Jordan Ayew and Patrick van Aanholt got their goals, the last time Palace even took the lead against United in league competition at Old Trafford was in 1979, when David Swindlehurst scored in an...

By the numbers - Zinchenko unbeaten in 23, Grealish loses 20 straight

What a weekend of football. 

In England, Chelsea clung on for a point against a rampant Leicester City, Liverpool battled their way to a tough away win at Southampton, Arsenal beat Burnley and a VAR-aided Tottenham Hotspur held Manchester City.

In Spain, Barcelona lost to an incredible Aritz Aduriz goal at Athletic Bilbao, while Real Madrid won handsomely at Celta Vigo. In Germany, Bayern Munich drew at home against Hertha Berlin while Borussia Dortmund dismantled Augsburg in front of the Yellow...

By the numbers - Sterling City, Chelsea blues

The English Premier League is back - and so are we!

The EPL -- and Ligue 1 -- kicked-off the 2019-20 season for the top European leagues, and brought with it that familiar concoction of drama, goals, and madness. Last year's pace setters picked up where they left off - Liverpool beat newly promoted Norwich City 4-1 and Manchester City defeated West Ham United 5-0. Arsenal registered a 1-0 win against Newcastle United away, while Manchester United put Chelsea to the sword with a 4-0 win at home....

Nigeria is distinctly absent from Europe's transfer windows

With Nigeria finishing third in the recent Africa Cup of Nations, not a bad result though also not what Super Eagles fans were after, the lack of transfer interest in their players is glaring.

Europe's big leagues appear to have little interest in African football's biggest team, and with the transfer window slowly closing, there's little sign that will change.

Leicester midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was a rare player to garner attention from a big club, as reports suggested Manchester United could be...