Stats compiled by Opta
ERIKSEN THE VOYAGER
KANE IS CERTAINLY ABLE
- Harry Kane's 15th-minute finish and 64th-minute penalty in Spurs' triumph at West Brom took his total to 20 goals in all competitions this season. No other BPL player has more.
CLARETS DEFENCE BLEEDS AGAIN
KRANJCAR'S HOBBY IS POTTERY?
- Niko Kranjcar's 36th-minute goal in QPR's 3-1 loss at Stoke City was the third time he has scored in three visits to the Britannia Stadium. He previously tallied against the Potters for Tottenham in a 2-1 win in 2010 and in a 2-2 draw for Portsmouth in 2009. The Croatian was also on the scoresheet in the 2-2 draw between QPR and Stoke at Loftus Road in September.
STATS CAN'T DENY FALCAO'S MAN UTD IMPACT
- Radamel Falcao has certainly had an impact for Manchester United despite some negative press. The Colombian has had a hand in seven goals - scoring four and assisting three - in just nine BPL starts following his one-goal effort in United's 3-1 over Leicester City.
DEFOE CREEPS UP SCORING CHARTS
- Jermain Defoe's 34th-minute goal for Sunderland, his first for the club, was his 125th BPL goal moving him level with Nicolas Anelka in joint-13th place on the all-time scoring charts.
STERLING TURNS BACK TIME
FOXES EFFICIENT AGAINST RED DEVILS
- Leicester City's 80th-minute goal from Marcin Wasilewski was the sixth time they have scored from six shots against Manchester United this season. Unfortunately they lost 3-1 at Old Trafford following their 5-3 win at home in September.
RETURNING STURRIDGE THE SUPER SUB AGAIN
WALTERS PRODUCES 'PERFECT' HAT-TRICK
- Jon Walters became the first BPL player since Kevin Nolan and Romelu Lukaku did so in May 2013 to score a 'perfect hat-trick'. He netted with his right foot, left foot and his head in Stoke City's 3-1 win over QPR to notch his first ever BPL treble.
QPR CONTINUE SHAMBOLIC TRAVELS
- QPR's 3-1 loss at Stoke was their 11th away defeat of the season making them the first club since Liverpool in 1953/54 to be beaten in their first 11 on the road.
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