Erik ten Hag saw his team score two penalties at Old Trafford on Saturday to keep in the hunt for Champions League football. Look back on the game with our Manchester United vs Everton stats centre.

Manchester United vs Everton Stats: Post-Match Facts

  • Manchester United have now won five of their last seven Premier League games (L2), after winning just two of their previous eight prior to this (D2 L4).
  • Everton remain winless in 11 Premier League games (D5 L6), the longest ongoing run of any side currently in the competition. Away from home, the Toffees have lost four of their last six league games (D2), more than their previous 15 on the road beforehand (W6 D6 L3).
  • Manchester United were only the third side to have two different players score a penalty in the first half of a Premier League game (Fernandes, Rashford), after Fulham v Bolton in August 2002 (Saha, Marlet) and Man City v Leicester in December 2021 (Mahrez, Sterling).
  • Everton have a shot conversion rate of just 7.3% in the Premier League this season, scoring 29 goals from 397 shots – their lowest rate in a campaign on record in the competition (since 1997-98). They had 23 shots on Saturday; only v Wolves in March 2010 (24) have they had more in a Premier League away game on record (from 2003-04) without scoring.
  • Since his Premier League debut in February 2020, no player has scored more penalties in the competition than Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes (17, level with Mohamed Salah). Eleven of those have come at Old Trafford, with only Ruud van Nistelrooy (12) scoring more penalties at the ground in the Premier League.
  • Each of Bruno Fernandes’ last five Premier League goals have proven to be the winning goal of a match. He’s only the second player to have a run of five consecutive goals for Manchester United in the competition all be winners, after Cristiano Ronaldo from January to September 2007.
  • Alejandro Garnacho was the first player to win two penalties in a single Premier League game since Antonio Rüdiger for Chelsea v Leeds in December 2021, and first ever to do so for Man Utd in the competition.

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Manchester United vs Everton Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all of the Man Utd vs Everton stats from Saturday’s early Premier League kick-off at Old Trafford.

The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own post-match analysis.

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