Premier League in numbers: Week 33

Sports Mole looks back over the 33rd round of Premier League encounters with a selection of facts and figures.

Manchester City 4-1 Southampton

Penalties were the theme at the Etihad Stadium, with Yaya Toure having scored his sixth goal from the spot this season.

Rickie Lambert also fired in from 12 yards out, meaning that he has converted all 31 that he has struck for Southampton.

It was the first Premier League encounter this season in which both teams had scored a penalty.

Stevan Jovetic of Manchester City is congratulated by teammate Sami Nasri after scoring his team's fourth goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Southampton on April 5, 2014© Getty Images


Aston Villa 1-2 Fulham

Match winner Hugo Rodallega found the net for the first time in the Premier League since January 2013.

The Colombian's goal helped Fulham to win away from Craven Cottage - something that they had not done since their Boxing Day success at Norwich City.

Meanwhile, Villa have collected 17 points from a possible 51 in front of their own supporters.

Fernando Amorebieta, Brede Hangeland, John Arne Riise and Kieran Richardson of Fulham celebrate at the end of the match against Aston Villa on April 5, 2014© Getty Images


Cardiff City 0-3 Crystal Palace

The Eagles scored three goals for the first time in a Premier League away match since October 1997.

When Jason Puncheon opened the scoring for Palace, it was their maiden goal on the road since Boxing Day.

As for Cardiff, they have now conceded 32 goals at home - the same number that they have shipped during their away encounters.

Jason Puncheon of Crystal Palace scores the opening goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Cardiff City on April 5, 2014© Getty Images


Hull City 1-0 Swansea City

Swansea's poor run of form continued away at Hull, having failed to win on any of their previous six visits.

They have also not won any of their last 11 away matches in the Premier League.

Switching to Hull, George Boyd's last five goals have been scored at the KC Stadium.

George Boyd of Hull City celebrates after scoring the opening goal with a header during the Barclays Premier league match between Hull City and Swansea City at KC Stadium on April 5, 2014© Getty Images


Newcastle United 0-4 Manchester United

Despite their struggles at Old Trafford, no team can better or match Man United's haul of 33 points away from home this season.

The clean sheet also meant that the Red Devils have not conceded in any of their last five matches on the road.

As for Newcastle, they have now not scored in 11 of their previous 15 outings.

Juan Mata of Manchester United celebrates scoring their second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Newcastle United and Manchester United at St James' Park on April 5, 2014© Getty Images


Norwich City 0-1 West Bromwich Albion

The Baggies have now won on four of their last five visits to Carrow Road.

What's more, Pepe Mel's outfit kept their first clean sheet in 11 attempts.

The defeat proved to be one too many for Norwich manager Chris Hughton, who was sacked by the board after 22 months in charge of the Norfolk-based club.

Goal scorer Morgan Amalfitano of West Bromwich Albion celebrates with Steven Reid during the Barclays Premier League match between Norwich City and West Bromwich Albion at Carrow Road on April 05, 2014© Getty Images


Chelsea 3-0 Stoke City

Frank Lampard's goal took his Premier League tally to 171, which leaves him joint fourth in the standings with Wayne Rooney.

However, his goal came after Asmir Begovic had saved his penalty, meaning that Lampard has failed to convert three of his last five Premier League spot kicks.

The defeat was the first that Stoke had suffered since February 22.

:Chelsea's English midfielder Frank Lampard celebrates scoring Chelsea's second goal from the rebound after Stoke City's Bosnian goalkeeper Asmir Begovic saved Lampard's penalty kick during the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Sto© Getty Images


Everton 3-0 Arsenal

After 13 failed attempts, Everton finally got the better of Arsenal in a Premier League fixture.

Half of the 40 goals that the Gunners have conceded this term have come in away encounters against Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton.

Arsene Wenger's side have collected 18 points from a possible 42 in 2014.

Romelu Lukaku of Everton celebrates scoring the second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Arsenal at Goodison Park on April 6, 2014© Getty Images


West Ham United 1-2 Liverpool

Steven Gerrard's two converted penalties took his tally for the season from the spot to 10.

Liverpool have now scored 90 goals this campaign - only three other clubs have achieved that feat.

Meanwhile, the hosting Hammers are without a clean sheet in their last seven outings.

Steven Gerrard #8 of Liverpool celebrates after scoring his team's second goal from the penalty spot during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool at Boleyn Ground on April 6, 2014© Getty Images


Tottenham Hotspur 5-1 Sunderland

On what was his first Premier League start for Tottenham Hotspur, England Under-21 international Harry Kane opened his goalscoring account.

It was also a landmark night for Lee Cattermole, who found the net for the first time for Sunderland on what was his 96th Premier League appearance.

The Black Cats are without a victory at White Hart Lane since 2008.

Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur scores his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland at White Hart Lane on April 7, 2014© Getty Images


Romelu Lukaku of Everton celebrates scoring the second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Arsenal at Goodison Park on April 6, 2014
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