Following are the list of Football Statistics around the footballing world from 26-Oct-2015 to 1-Nov-2015:
1 – In their 10 Italian Serie A games, only once did Inter Milan score more than one goal in a game (30-Aug-2015 Carpi 1-2 Inter Milan).
4 – Inter Milan ended their 4-game winless streak in Italian Serie A game with an 0-1 away win against Bologna. They received 3 red cards in these 5 games (including the win).
5 – Arsenal have won 5 consecutive Premier League games scoring 16 (over 3 goals scored per game) and conceding 3 goals. They have won 3rd placed Leicester 5-2 and 4th placed Manchester United 3-0 among these 5 games.
5 – In the last 3 la liga games, Luis Suárez has scored 5 and assisted 2 goals for FC Barcelona.
5 – In the last 5 league cup editions, none of the defending champions reached the quarterfinals. In this edition, defending champion, Chelsea lost 5-4 in penalties to Stoke City in the 4th round.
|2014-15||Manchester City||4th round|
|2013-14||Swansea City||3rd round|
|2011-12||Birmingham City||3rd round|
8 – Jürgen Klopp‘s 1st win as Liverpool manager ended Chelsea’s unbeaten run of 8 games (4 wins, 4 draws) against Liverpool.
8 – Arouna Koné’s first hat trick in England is the 8th Premier League hat trick this season. Last season and the one before, Premier League saw only 9 and 8 hat tricks respectively.
10 – Bayern Munich’s 100% win record in Bundesliga 2015-16 season is ended by a goal less draw against Eintracht Frankfurt on 30-Oct-2015.
10 – Real Madrid remain undefeated for 10 games in La Liga 2015-16 season. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored in all the 3 recent La Liga games.
16 – Paris St. Germain remain undefeated this whole 2015-16 season (12 Ligue 1 games, 3 UEFA CL games, 1 Trophée des Champions game) with a 0-1 away victory against Rennes.
23 – Arsenal’s 0-3 loss away at Sheffield Wednesday in Capital One League Cup is their 23rd season without winning this trophy. They have won 13 First Division/Premier League titles, 12 FA Cups and 14 FA Community Shields/FA Charity Shields, but have won only 2 League Cups.
25 – Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has so far been involved in 25 goals directly this season: 20 goals, 5 assists & 2 hat tricks. Compare his goal tally with prolific big names Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski (17 goals and 4 assists), Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo (13 goals and 2 assists) and FC Barcelona’s forward Luis Suárez (11 goals and 5 assists).