Premier League season in numbers
Liverpool are the first team to miss five penalties in a single Premier League season since 1998/99 (six taken in total).
Blackburn managed their lowest points total in a league season since 1978/79, when they picked up 30 points in the second division with two points for a win.
Adjusting for three points for a win, this was Liverpool’s lowest points total in a season since 1953/54 when they were relegated from the top-flight with (an amended) 37 pts.
Everton finished higher than Liverpool for only the second time since 1986/87 when they won the league (also 2004/05).
Man Utd’s tally of 89 points is the highest tally ever achieved by a side not to win the English top-flight (ahead of 88 by United in 1994/95).
Aston Villa’s points total was their lowest in the Premier League era.
There were 28 missed penalties in the Premier League this season, more than in any other campaign since 1998/99.
Only once before have Liverpool won fewer games at home in a league season (6): five in 1948/49.
This was only the second time that two teams were level on points at the top going into the final game of a Premier League season (after 2007/08).
Djibril Cissé played in eight Premier League games this season: he was sent off in two and scored in the other six.
This was only the second time that none of the newly-promoted sides in the Premier League were relegated (after 2001/02).
Bolton and Blackburn are the first two sides from the three who were promoted in 2001/02 (with Fulham) to be relegated from the Premier League.
Terry Connor became the first manager since Mick McCarthy at Sunderland to fail to win in his first 13 games in the Premier League.
Only two players in PL history have scored over eight goals in their first eight games, two of them this season (Sergio Agüero and Papiss Demba Cissé, as well as Mark Quinn and Mark Viduka).
Only once since the second world war (1988/89) has the league been won by a side not in first place going into the last round of matches.
Grant Holt made the most fouls in the Premier League this season (89): Kevin Davies had made the most in the last three seasons and seven of the last eight.
Only Andy Johnson (21) has ever scored more goals for a relegated side in a Premier League season than Yakubu for Blackburn this season (17).
Nikica Jelavic was Everton’s top-scorer in the Premier League this season, despite only playing his first game in February.
Demba Ba failed to score in all 13 league games where he and Papiss Demba Cisse have started together this season.
The last player to score more goals in his debut Premier League season than Agüero (23) was Fernando Torres (24 in 07/08).
No South American player has ever scored more goals in a single PL season than Agüero (23, level with Tévez in 09/10).
QPR received nine red cards in the Premier League this season, the joint-most by a team in a single Premier League campaign (with Sunderland 09/10).
City are the third team in Premier League history to earn 55 points from a possible 57 on home soil (Chelsea 2005-06 & Man Utd (2010-11).
This was Aston Villa’s fewest wins in a top-flight season since 1890/91 (7), when there were only 12 teams in the division.
2.81 goals per game is the highest in the English top-flight since 3.03 in 1967-68, the last time City won the title.
The youngest goalscorer this season was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (18 years 173 days v Blackburn).
Fastest goal of the season – Andrea Orlandi (Swansea v Wolves April – 22 seconds).
Latest goal of the season – Yakubu (Blackburn v Wigan 98 min 14 seconds)
Tim Howard became the fourth goalkeeper to score in a Premier League game.
30.5% of games ended in away wins, the highest proportion in Premier League history.
Old Trafford saw more goals than any other ground – 71.
Manchester City’s David Silva assisted the most goals in the Premier League this season, 15.
Stewart Downing had 72 shots without scoring (more than any other player) and created 55 chances without supplying an assist (more than any other player) in the Premier League. He also took one penalty and hit the woodwork five times.
Downing has missed his last three Premier League penalties and is the first player to do so since Juan Pablo Angel in February 2005.
David De Gea ended the season with the best saves-to-shots ratio in the Premier League (77.9%)
Man Utd were the only team to record 20 clean sheets this season.
Chelsea took fewer points from London derbies than any other Premier League side.
Man City recorded 81% possession v QPR on the final day, more than any other Premier League game this season (all clubs).
Liverpool hit the woodwork four times in their home game with Aston Villa and 33 times overall, the most in a single season since Opta started recording that metric.
Robin van Persie hit the woodwork more than any other player this season, 10 times.
Only two outfield players played every minute of every game this season, Stephen Ward and Brede Hangeland.
Man Utd (11) and Man City (8) were awarded 19% of the Premier League penalties this season.
Man City scored 20 goals from outside the box this season, more than any other side.
Aston Villa were the only side not to score a goal from a corner routine this season.
Swansea conceded fewer fouls (318) and were shown fewer yellow cards than any other side (40).
Fulham were the only team not to be shown a red card in 2011-12.
Yaya Toure became the first player to win the Premier League title on his birthday.
Liverpool ended the season with the most yellow cards for simulation (4).
QPR picked up four of the 13 red cards for violent conduct in 2011-12 (no other team had more than one), Joey Barton was the only player to be sent off more than once for this (2).
Norwich saw the opposition hit their woodwork most often (26 times).
Manchester United’s win at Sunderland on the final day was their 500th in the Premier League.
2011-12 was only the sixth time the English title has been decided on goal average/goal difference/goals scored.
19 hat-tricks is the most scored in a 20-team Premier League season.
Arsenal became the first side to win four consecutive games from behind.
In December, Marc Albrighton scored the 20,000th goal in Premier League history.
Gareth Bale was the only player to be booked more than once for simulation in 2011-12 (twice).
Real Madrid fans celebrate their side's 2-1 King's Cup win over Barcelona at Cibeles fountain.
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