Statistics of English Premier League 2010/2011

Football Zone - Competition Statistics English Premier League Season 2010/2011. Manchester United won the English League title to the 19, the fastest goal of Maxi Rodriguez and Manchester City became the team's most frequently clean sheet and discipline record for the worst. The following statistics Competitions Season 2010/2011 English Premier League, as reported by Soccernet:
Winners: Manchester United
Runner-up: Chelsea
Champions League: Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal
Europa League: Tottenham Hotspur, Birmingham City (League Cup winners), Stoke City (FA Cup finalists), one of the best teams in Fairplay League
Degraded: Blackpool, Birmingham City and West Ham United
The biggest home victory: Manchester United 7-1 Blackburn Rovers
The biggest away victory: Wigan Athletic 0-6 Chelsea
Highest team score: Manchester United 7-1 Blackburn Rovers
Highest aggregate score: Manchester United 7-1 Blackburn Rovers
Most consecutive wins: 5 game (Chelsea)
Most unbeaten streak: 24 games (Manchester United)
Most losing streak: 5 gameBlackpool, Bolton Wanderers, West Bromwich Albion, West Ham United
Never ever win streak: 10 games Blackburn Rovers
Most victories: 23 (Manchester United)
Victory at least: 7 (West Ham)
Defeat at least: 4 (Manchester United)
Most of Defeat: 20 (Wolverhampton)
Most widely Series: 16 games (Fulham)
Most goals: 78 (Manchester United)
Scored at least: 37 (Birmingham)

Goals conceded at least: 33 (Chelsea, Manchester City)
Most goals conceded: 78 (Blackpool)
Most clean sheets: 18 games (Manchester City)
Clean sheets at least: 2 games (West Bromwich Albion)
Most often do not score goals: 13 games (Stoke City, West Ham United, Wigan Athletic)
The first goal: Stewart Downing, Aston Villa vs. West Ham minute 45 seconds into-54, August 28, 2010
Fastest goal: Seconds the 30th, Maxi Rodriguez, Fulham vs. Liverpool, May 9, 2011
Worst Discipline Records: Manchester City (74 yellow cards and five red cards).
Discipline Records Best: Blackpool (47 yellow cards and two red cards).
Club with most yellow cards: Newcastle United (76)
Players with Most Yellow Cards: Cheik Tiote (Newcastle United)
Club with Most Red Cards: West Bromwich Albion (7)
Players with Most Red Cards: Lee Cattermole, Craig Gardner, Laurent Koscielny, Youssouf Mulumbu, and Ryan Shawcross (2)

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