Some key facts and figures from yesterday’s game at Goodison
1 – the number of misplaced passes by John Stones as the young Everton FC defender turned in a near-faultless display. His other 39 passes found their target and he made six clearances.
6 – Premier League wins in a row for the Blues, matching the feat they achieved from October to November in 2002.
13 – Romelu Lukaku’s goal tally for the season. More than Samuel Eto’o and Fernando Torres combined (12) and the most by an Everton player in the Premier League since Yakubu (15) in 2007-08.
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16 – the highest number of goals scored by an Everton player in a single season was by Tony Cottee in 1993-94. Lukaku is just three goals away.
20 – goals conceded by Arsenal in four away games against the Premier League’s top five.
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22 – the number of crosses put in by Arsenal. Twice as many as the Blues (11).
53 – passes made by sub Ross Barkley, more than any other Everton midfielder or forward. Only Leighton Baines (57) made more in a blue shirt.
78.6 – the percentage of tackles won by the Blues.
More Everton FC news
Mirallas: the pressure’s all on Arsenal now.
Greg O’Keeffe’s verdict from Goodison.
Everton 3-0 Arsenal: what we learned.
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