Look back at today’s Premier League lunchtime kick-off at Craven Cottage with our Fulham vs Manchester City stats centre. Pep Guardiola’s side regained the lead at the top of the table with an emphatic win.

Fulham vs Manchester City Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all the Fulham vs Manchester City stats from Saturday’s Premier League match at Craven Cottage in London.

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.

Underneath that, you’ll find the official Opta post-match facts for the game.

Fulham 0-4 Manchester City Post-Match Facts

  • Manchester City have won each of their last seven Premier League games by at least two goals; their joint-longest run of victories in the competition when winning by more than one goal each time (previously a run of seven between May and August 2015).
  • Fulham have lost each of their last 13 games against Manchester City in the Premier League – the only team to suffer more consecutive defeats against an opponent in the competition is Bournemouth, with their run also being against Manchester City (an active streak of 14).
  • Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League and will end the day in first place for just the eighth time in 2024– overall, this will be the 72nd day they’ve ended in top spot this season; the third-most behind Liverpool (87) and Arsenal (74).
  • Man City boss Pep Guardiola has won all 13 of his games against Marco Silva, his best 100% record against an opposition manager in his career. Guardiola’s sides have scored 44 goals across the 13 matches, while only conceding eight times in return.
  • Rodri has now gone 48 consecutive Premier League appearances without ending on the losing side for Manchester City (W39 D9) – in the history of the competition, only Sol Campbell between November 2002 and October 2004 has ever had a longer unbeaten run (56 games).
  • City’s Kevin De Bruyne now ranks joint-second for assists in the Premier League (111 – level with Cesc Fàbregas), with only Ryan Giggs making more in the competition (162).
  • Phil Foden scored his 25th goal of the season for Manchester City, becoming just the second English player to score 25+ in a season for the club in the Premier League era (across all competitions), after Raheem Sterling in 2018-19 (25) and 2019-20 (31).
  • After not scoring in any of his first 32 appearances for Manchester City across all competitions, Josko Gvardiol has netted five goals in his last seven games for the club. None of his five goals for the club have been scored with his left foot (four right-footed and one header).
  • This was the eighth successive match against Fulham that Man City have been awarded a penalty kick.

Fulham 0-4 Manchester City Timeline

Fulham vs Man City Timeline
Fulham vs Manchester City Timeline

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