The races in the Premier League 2019/20 have officially ended, taking a look at 10 incredible statistics this season.
- Tottenham is the worst after 11 years but still ranks above Arsenal
Tottenham only won 59 points this season, their worst performance in 11 years. However, Spurs (6th) still rank higher than the city team, Arsenal (8th).
- Alisson goalkeeper Alisson has the same number of assists as Raheem Sterling: Raheem Sterling has scored 20 goals in the English Premier League this season, but only 1 assist, equal to the performance of goalkeeper Alisson on the Liverpool side.
- MU has the same 66 points as last season: This season, MU won 66 points after 38 rounds in the Premier League, equal to the number of points they got in last season. However, this year MU ranked 3rd and last year they ranked 6th.
- Jamie Vardy is the oldest Premier League top scorer: With 23 goals, striker Jamie Vardy has earned the title of Premier League Top Scorer 2019/20. At 33, he is the oldest scorer in the tournament’s history.
- Southampton have gained more points than Leicester since the defeat of 0-9: Since the defeat of 0-9 to Leicester, Southampton has returned strongly. They have won 44 points since October, while Wolves have only 42 points.
- No English player has scored for Wolves: This season, Wolves has scored 51 goals in the highest league in English football, but no English player has scored for Wolves. Raul Jimenez leads the list of Wolves scoring with 17 goals, he is a Mexican national.
- Coach Ancelotti for the first time ended the season in the bottom half of the table: With a series of disappointments in the final rounds, Everton ranked 12th in the Premier League this season. This is the first time coach Carlo Ancelotti ended the season in the bottom half of the table.
- Roberto Firmino has only 1 goal at Anfield: This season, striker Roberto Firmino only scored 9 goals in the Premier League, of which only 1 goal was scored at Anfield.
- Jesse Lingard only contributed shoe marks to a goal of MU: Jesse Lingard scored the decisive goal to help MU defeat Leicester with a score of 2-0 in the final round, this is also the first time he contributed shoe marks in a Reds goal in the Premier League after 22 appearances
- Incredible with the promotion and relegation of Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich: In the 2014/15 season, for the first time, Bournemouth won the right to play in the Premier League, they ranked above Watford and Norwich. This season, they ranked 18th, also ranked above Watford and Norwich, but all three have to be relegated.