2018–19 Premier League

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Premier League
Season 2018–19
Dates10 August 2018 – 12 May 2019
Champions Manchester City
4th Premier League title
6th English title
Relegated Cardiff City
Fulham
Huddersfield Town
Champions League Manchester City
Liverpool
Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspur
Europa League Manchester United
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Matches played380
Goals scored1,072 (2.82 per match)
Top goalscorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Sadio Mané
Mohamed Salah
(22 goals each)
Best goalkeeper Alisson (21 clean sheets)
Biggest home winManchester City 6–0 Chelsea
(10 February 2019)
Biggest away winCardiff City 0–5 Manchester City
(22 September 2018)
Brighton & Hove Albion 0–5 Bournemouth
(13 April 2019)
Highest scoring Everton 2–6 Tottenham Hotspur
(23 December 2018)
Crystal Palace 5–3 Bournemouth
(12 May 2019)
Longest winning run14 matches [1]
Manchester City
Longest unbeaten run20 matches [1]
Liverpool
Longest winless run14 matches [1]
Huddersfield Town
Longest losing run9 matches [1]
Fulham
Highest attendance81,332
Tottenham Hotspur 1–1 Arsenal
(2 March 2019) [1]
Lowest attendance9,980
Bournemouth 2–1 Huddersfield Town
(4 December 2018) [1]
Total attendance14,508,981 [1]
Average attendance38,182 [1]
2019–20

The 2018–19 Premier League was the 27th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season started on 10 August 2018 and concluded on 12 May 2019. [2] [3] Fixtures for the 2018–19 season were announced on 14 June 2018. The league was contested by the top 17 teams from the 2017–18 season as well as Wolverhampton Wanderers, Cardiff City and Fulham, who joined as the promoted clubs from the 2017–18 EFL Championship. They replaced West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City and Stoke City who were relegated to the 2018–19 EFL Championship. [4]

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Defending champions Manchester City won their fourth Premier League title, and sixth English top-flight title overall. They won their last 14 league games and retained the league title on the final day of the season, finishing on 98 points. Liverpool finished runners-up with 97 points – the highest total in English top-flight history for a second-placed team. This was Manchester City’s second step in becoming the first English team to complete a domestic treble, as they earlier won the 2018–19 EFL Cup and would later win the 2018–19 FA Cup.

Manchester City F.C. Association football club

Manchester City Football Club is a football club based in Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Founded in 1880 as St. Mark's, it became Ardwick Association Football Club in 1887 and Manchester City in 1894. The club's home ground is the City of Manchester Stadium in east Manchester, to which it moved in 2003, having played at Maine Road since 1923.

Treble (association football) three cup wins in a season in association football

A treble in association football is achieved when a club team wins three trophies in a single season. A continental treble involves winning the club's national league competition, main national cup competition and a continental trophy. A domestic treble involves winning three national competitions—normally the league title, the primary cup competition and one secondary competition.

The 2018–19 EFL Cup was the 59th season of the EFL Cup. Also known as the Carabao Cup for sponsorship reasons, the competition was open to all 92 clubs participating in the Premier League and the English Football League. The first round was played on 14 August 2018, ten days after the start of the Football League season. Manchester City successfully defended their title, their first step in becoming the first English team to complete a domestic treble for the football season, as they later won the 2018–19 Premier League and the 2018–19 FA Cup. The final was held at Wembley Stadium in London on 24 February 2019.

Summary

Manchester City claimed the league title on the final day of the season with a 4–1 win at Brighton & Hove Albion, finishing on 98 points after a run of 14 wins. [5] Liverpool held a 7 point lead over Manchester City on 3 January, [6] but finished runners-up with 97 points – the third highest total in Premier League history and the highest in English top-flight history for a second-placed team, having lost only one league match all season – to eventual champions City. [7]

Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. Association football club from East Sussex

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club, commonly referred to as Brighton, is an English professional football club based in the city of Brighton. They compete in the Premier League, the top tier of the English football league system. The club's home ground is the 30,750-capacity Falmer Stadium, situated in Falmer to the north east of the city.

Liverpool F.C. Association football club in England

Liverpool Football Club is a professional football club in Liverpool, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. The club has won 5 European Cups, more than any other English club, 3 UEFA Cups, 3 UEFA Super Cups, 18 League titles, 7 FA Cups, a record 8 League Cups, and 15 FA Community Shields.

Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur claimed the other two Champions League berths, finishing in third and fourth place respectively. Tottenham were in third place for much of the season and were considered potential title challengers until a 1–2 loss to Burnley in February. [8] Arsenal went on a fourteen-game unbeaten run near the start of the season and began April in third place, but a run of four points in six matches saw them drop to fifth place, finishing outside of the Champions League places. [9] Manchester United's worst start to the season for 28 years led to the sacking of manager José Mourinho in December, [10] with former player Ole Gunnar Solskjær replacing him, initially as a caretaker. Solskjær was appointed permanently after an impressive run of results which culminated in United's away goals victory over Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League, [11] but the team's poor form soon returned and they eventually finished sixth after winning none of their final five league matches. [12] Newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers achieved their highest finish since 1980 by finishing seventh, having taken points off every team in the league except Liverpool and Huddersfield Town. [13]

Chelsea F.C. Association football club

Chelsea Football Club is a professional football club in Fulham, London, England, that competes in the Premier League, the highest tier of English football. The club has won six top division titles, eight FA Cups, five League Cups, four FA Community Shields, two UEFA Cup Winners' Cups, one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Europa League, and one UEFA Super Cup.

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, commonly referred to as Tottenham or Spurs, is a professional football club in Tottenham, London, England, that competes in the Premier League. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been the club's home ground since April 2019, replacing their former home of White Hart Lane, which had been demolished to make way for the new stadium on the same site. Their training ground is on Hotspur Way in Bulls Cross in the London Borough of Enfield. The club is owned by ENIC Group. Tottenham have played in a first (home) strip of white shirts and navy blue shorts since the 1898–99 season. The club's emblem is a cockerel standing upon a football, with a Latin motto Audere est Facere.

Burnley F.C. Association football club

Burnley Football Club is a professional association football club based in Burnley, Lancashire, England. Founded on 18 May 1882, the team originally played only friendly matches until they entered the FA Cup for the first time in 1885–86. The club currently plays in the Premier League, the first tier of English football. Nicknamed the Clarets, due to the dominant colour of their home shirts, they were one of the twelve founding members of the Football League in 1888. The club's emblem is based on the town's crest, with a Latin motto Pretiumque et Causa Laboris.

Huddersfield were the first team to be relegated, following their 0–2 defeat at Crystal Palace on 30 March 2019, coinciding with victories for Burnley and Southampton. They were relegated with six games remaining. This made Huddersfield the second team to be relegated before March ended, following Derby County in 2007–08. [14] Fulham joined them after a 1–4 defeat at Watford on 2 April, relegated with five games remaining. [15] Cardiff City were the final team to be relegated following a 2–3 loss at home to Crystal Palace on 4 May with one game remaining. [16]

Crystal Palace F.C. Association football club

Crystal Palace Football Club is an English professional football club based in Selhurst, South London, that competes in the Premier League, the highest level of English football. They were founded in 1905 at the famous Crystal Palace Exhibition building and played their home games at the FA Cup Final stadium situated inside the historic Palace grounds. The club were forced to leave the Palace in 1915 due to the outbreak of the First World War, and played at Herne Hill Velodrome and the Nest until 1924, when they moved to their current home at Selhurst Park.

Southampton F.C. Association football club

Southampton Football Club is a professional association football club based in Southampton, Hampshire, England, which plays in the Premier League, the top tier of English football.

Derby County F.C. Association football club

Derby County Football Club is a professional association football club based in Derby, Derbyshire, England. The club currently competes in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football, and has played its home matches at Pride Park Stadium since 1997.

The fastest goal in Premier League history was scored this season on 23 April by Shane Long in a 1–1 draw between his side Southampton and Watford after 7.69 seconds. [17] [18] On 4 May 2019, Fulham's Harvey Elliott became the youngest ever Premier League player at 16 years and 30 days. [19] Tottenham Hotspur had a run of 28 games without a draw, the longest ever recorded in a single Premier League season. [20]

Shane Long Irish association football player

Shane Patrick Long is an Irish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Southampton and the Republic of Ireland national team. He also played hurling for Tipperary in his early life.

Watford F.C. Association football club

Watford Football Club is a professional football club in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, that plays in the Premier League, the highest level in the English football league system. Founded in 1898 by the amalgamation of West Herts and Watford St. Mary's, after finishing the 1914–15 season as Southern League champions under the management of Harry Kent, Watford joined the Football League in 1920. The club played at several grounds in its early history, before moving to Vicarage Road in 1922.

Harvey Elliott is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for Fulham.

The season saw the occurrence of two aviation incidents involving Premier League personnel. On 27 October 2018, Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was killed in a helicopter crash outside the King Power Stadium, shortly after a 1–1 home draw against West Ham United. Almost three months later, on 21 January 2019, Cardiff City player Emiliano Sala, en route to join the club following his record signing from Nantes, died on board a Piper PA-46 Malibu aircraft that crashed off Alderney. [21]

Teams

Twenty teams competed in the league – the top seventeen teams from the previous season and the three teams promoted from the Championship. The promoted teams were Wolverhampton Wanderers (returning to the top flight after a six-year absence), Cardiff City and Fulham (both teams returning after a four-year absence). They replaced Swansea City, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion, ending their top flight spells of seven, ten and eight years respectively.

Stadiums and locations

Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
TeamLocationStadiumCapacity [22]
Arsenal London (Holloway) Emirates Stadium 60,260
Bournemouth Bournemouth Dean Court 11,329
Brighton & Hove Albion Brighton Falmer Stadium 30,666
Burnley Burnley Turf Moor 21,944
Cardiff City Cardiff Cardiff City Stadium 33,316
Chelsea London (Fulham) Stamford Bridge 40,853
Crystal Palace London (Selhurst) Selhurst Park 26,074
Everton Liverpool (Walton) Goodison Park 39,221
Fulham London (Fulham) Craven Cottage 25,700
Huddersfield Town Huddersfield Kirklees Stadium 24,500
Leicester City Leicester King Power Stadium 32,273
Liverpool Liverpool (Anfield) Anfield 54,074
Manchester City Manchester City of Manchester Stadium 55,017
Manchester United Old Trafford Old Trafford 74,879
Newcastle United Newcastle upon Tyne St James' Park 52,354
Southampton Southampton St Mary's Stadium 32,384
Tottenham Hotspur London (Wembley) Wembley Stadium [lower-alpha 1] 90,000 [lower-alpha 2]
London (Tottenham) Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 62,062
Watford Watford Vicarage Road 20,400
West Ham United London (Stratford) London Stadium 60,000
Wolverhampton Wanderers Wolverhampton Molineux Stadium 32,050
  1. Tottenham Hotspur were due to play their first three home games at Wembley due to the rebuilding of their own stadium, [23] [24] but delays in the construction process meant Tottenham did not play their first match there until 3 April 2019. [25] [26] [27]
  2. Capacity was restricted to 51,000 between December and 10 February, [28] [29] though they hosted Manchester United on 13 January at full capacity. [30] They also hosted Arsenal on 2 March with full capacity. [31]

Personnel and kits

TeamManagerCaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor (chest)Shirt sponsor (sleeves)
Arsenal Flag of Spain.svg Unai Emery Flag of France.svg Laurent Koscielny Puma [32] Fly Emirates [33] Visit Rwanda [34]
Bournemouth Flag of England.svg Eddie Howe Flag of England.svg Simon Francis [35] Umbro [36] M88 [37] M88 [38]
Brighton & Hove Albion Flag of Ireland.svg Chris Hughton Flag of Spain.svg Bruno [39] Nike [40] American Express [40] JD [41]
Burnley Flag of England.svg Sean Dyche Flag of England.svg Tom Heaton [42] Puma [43] LaBa360 [44] AstroPay
Cardiff City Flag of England.svg Neil Warnock Flag of England.svg Sean Morrison Adidas Tourism Malaysia JD [45]
Chelsea Flag of Italy.svg Maurizio Sarri Flag of England.svg Gary Cahill [46] Nike [47] Yokohama Tyres [48] Hyundai [49]
Crystal Palace Flag of England.svg Roy Hodgson Flag of Serbia.svg Luka Milivojević Puma [50] ManBetX [51] Dongqiudi
Everton Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Silva Flag of England.svg Phil Jagielka Umbro [52] SportPesa [53] Angry Birds [54]
Fulham Flag of England.svg Scott Parker Flag of Scotland.svg Tom Cairney Adidas Dafabet ICM [55]
Huddersfield Town Flag of Germany.svg Jan Siewert Flag of England.svg Tommy Smith [56] Umbro [57] OPE Sports [58] Leisu Sports [59]
Leicester City Ulster Banner.svg Brendan Rodgers Flag of Jamaica.svg Wes Morgan [60] Adidas [61] King Power [62] Bia Saigon [63]
Liverpool Flag of Germany.svg Jürgen Klopp Flag of England.svg Jordan Henderson [64] New Balance [65] Standard Chartered [66] Western Union [67]
Manchester City Flag of Spain.svg Pep Guardiola Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Vincent Kompany [68] Nike [69] Etihad Airways [70] Nexen Tire [71]
Manchester United Flag of Norway.svg Ole Gunnar Solskjær Flag of Ecuador.svg Antonio Valencia [72] Adidas [73] Chevrolet [74] Kohler [75]
Newcastle United Flag of Spain.svg Rafael Benítez Flag of England.svg Jamaal Lascelles Puma [76] Fun88 [77]
Southampton Flag of Austria.svg Ralph Hasenhüttl Flag of Denmark.svg Pierre-Emile Højbjerg [lower-alpha 1] Under Armour [78] Virgin Media [79]
Tottenham Hotspur Flag of Argentina.svg Mauricio Pochettino Flag of France.svg Hugo Lloris [80] Nike [81] AIA [82]
Watford Flag of Spain.svg Javi Gracia Flag of England.svg Troy Deeney [83] Adidas [84] FxProMoPlay [85]
West Ham United Flag of Chile.svg Manuel Pellegrini Flag of England.svg Mark Noble [86] Umbro [87] Betway [88] Basset & Gold [89]
Wolverhampton Wanderers Flag of Portugal.svg Nuno Espírito Santo Flag of England.svg Conor Coady Adidas [90] W88 [91] CoinDeal [92]

Match balls supplied by Nike, this season's version is the Merlin.

  1. Captain Steven Davis left on loan to Rangers in January effectively making Højbjerg captain for the remainder of the season.

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of
departure
Date of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Arsenal Flag of France.svg Arsène Wenger Resigned13 May 2018 [93] Pre-season Flag of Spain.svg Unai Emery 23 May 2018 [94]
Everton Flag of England.svg Sam Allardyce Sacked16 May 2018 [95] Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Silva 31 May 2018 [96]
West Ham United Flag of Scotland.svg David Moyes End of contract16 May 2018 [97] Flag of Chile.svg Manuel Pellegrini 22 May 2018 [98]
Chelsea Flag of Italy.svg Antonio Conte Sacked13 July 2018 [99] Flag of Italy.svg Maurizio Sarri 14 July 2018 [100]
Fulham Flag of Serbia.svg Slaviša Jokanović 14 November 2018 [101] 20th Flag of Italy.svg Claudio Ranieri 14 November 2018 [101]
Southampton Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Mark Hughes 3 December 2018 [102] 18th Flag of Austria.svg Ralph Hasenhüttl 5 December 2018 [103]
Manchester United Flag of Portugal.svg José Mourinho 18 December 2018 [104] 6th Flag of Norway.svg Ole Gunnar Solskjær [lower-alpha 1] 19 December 2018 [105] [106]
Huddersfield Town Flag of the United States.svg David Wagner Mutual consent14 January 2019 [107] 20th Flag of Germany.svg Jan Siewert 21 January 2019 [108]
Leicester City Flag of France.svg Claude Puel Sacked24 February 2019 [109] 12th Ulster Banner.svg Brendan Rodgers 26 February 2019 [110]
Fulham Flag of Italy.svg Claudio Ranieri 28 February 2019 [111] 19th Flag of England.svg Scott Parker [lower-alpha 2] 28 February 2019 [111] [112]
  1. Solskjær was initially appointed as caretaker manager until the end of the season, but the move was made permanent on 28 March 2019.
  2. Parker was initially appointed as caretaker manager, but the move was made permanent on 10 May 2019.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Manchester City (C)3832249523+7298Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Liverpool 3830718922+6797
3 Chelsea 3821986339+2472
4 Tottenham Hotspur 38232136739+2871
5 Arsenal [lower-alpha 1] 38217107351+2270Qualification for the Europa League group stage [lower-alpha 2]
6 Manchester United 38199106554+1166
7 Wolverhampton Wanderers 38169134746+157Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round [lower-alpha 2]
8 Everton 38159145446+854
9 Leicester City 38157165148+352
10 West Ham United 38157165255352
11 Watford 38148165259750
12 Crystal Palace 38147175153249
13 Newcastle United 38129174248645
14 Bournemouth 381361956701445
15 Burnley 381172045682340
16 Southampton 389121745652039
17 Brighton & Hove Albion 38992035602536
18 Cardiff City (R)381042434693534Relegation to the EFL Championship
19 Fulham (R)38752634814726
20 Huddersfield Town (R)38372822765416
Source: Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Goals scored; 4) Play-offs (only if needed to decide champion, teams for relegation or teams for UEFA competitions).
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Arsenal may still qualify for the Champions League by winning the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League.
  2. 1 2 Since the winners of the EFL Cup and the FA Cup, Manchester City, qualified for the Champions League, the spot given to the FA Cup winners (Europa League group stage) was passed to the sixth-placed team and the spot given to the League Cup winners (Europa League second qualifying round) was passed to the seventh-placed team.

Results

Home \ Away ARS BOU BHA BUR CAR CHE CRY EVE FUL HUD LEI LIV MCI MUN NEW SOU TOT WAT WHU WOL
Arsenal 5–11–13–12–1 2–0 2–32–04–11–03–11–10–2 2–0 2–02–0 4–2 2–03–11–1
Bournemouth 1–22–01–32–04–02–12–20–12–14–20–40–11–22–20–01–03–32–01–1
Brighton & Hove Albion 1–10–51–30–21–2 3–1 1–02–21–01–10–11–43–21–10–11–20–01–01–0
Burnley 1–34–01–02–00–41–31–52–11–11–21–30–10–21–21–12–11–32–02–0
Cardiff City 2–32–02–11–21–22–30–34–20–00–10–20–51–50–01–00–31–52–02–1
Chelsea 3–2 2–03–02–24–13–10–0 2–0 5–00–11–12–02–22–10–0 2–0 3–02–01–1
Crystal Palace 2–25–3 1–2 2–00–00–10–02–02–01–00–21–31–30–00–20–11–21–10–1
Everton 1–02–03–12–01–02–02–03–01–10–1 0–0 0–24–01–12–12–62–21–31–3
Fulham 1–50–34–24–21–0 1–2 0–22–01–01–11–20–20–30–43–21–21–10–21–1
Huddersfield Town 1–20–21–21–20–00–30–10–11–01–40–10–31–10–11–30–21–21–11–0
Leicester City 3–02–02–10–00–10–01–41–23–13–11–22–10–10–11–20–22–01–12–0
Liverpool 5–13–01–04–24–12–04–3 1–0 2–05–01–10–0 3–1 4–03–02–15–04–02–0
Manchester City 3–13–12–05–02–06–02–33–13–06–11–02–1 3–1 2–16–11–03–11–03–0
Manchester United 2–2 4–12–12–20–21–10–02–14–13–12–1 0–0 0–2 3–23–20–32–12–11–1
Newcastle United 1–22–10–12–03–01–20–13–20–02–00–22–32–10–23–11–21–00–31–2
Southampton 3–23–32–20–01–20–31–12–12–01–11–21–31–32–20–02–11–11–23–1
Tottenham Hotspur 1–1 5–01–01–01–0 3–1 2–02–23–14–03–11–20–10–11–03–12–10–11–3
Watford 0–10–42–00–03–21–22–11–04–13–02–10–31–21–21–11–12–11–41–2
West Ham United 1–01–22–24–23–10–03–20–23–14–32–21–10–43–12–03–00–10–20–1
Wolverhampton Wanderers 3–12–00–01–02–02–10–22–21–00–24–30–21–12–11–12–02–30–23–0
Source: Premier League
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the match.

Season statistics

Scoring

Top scorers

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang 2014.jpg
Sadio Mane Senegal.jpg
Mohamed Salah 2018.jpg
(L–R) Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Liverpool duo Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah shared the Premier League Golden Boot, scoring 22 goals each.
RankPlayerClubGoals [113]
1 Flag of Gabon.svg Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal22
Flag of Senegal.svg Sadio Mané Liverpool
Flag of Egypt.svg Mohamed Salah Liverpool
4 Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero Manchester City21
5 Flag of England.svg Jamie Vardy Leicester City18
6 Flag of England.svg Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur17
Flag of England.svg Raheem Sterling Manchester City
8 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eden Hazard Chelsea16
9 Flag of England.svg Callum Wilson Bournemouth14
10 Flag of Mexico.svg Raúl Jiménez Wolverhampton Wanderers13
Flag of France.svg Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal
Flag of England.svg Glenn Murray Brighton & Hove Albion
Flag of France.svg Paul Pogba Manchester United
Flag of Brazil.svg Richarlison Everton
Flag of Iceland.svg Gylfi Sigurðsson Everton

Hat-tricks

Sergio Aguero scored three hat-tricks this season, the most by a single player. Aguero in 2018.jpg
Sergio Agüero scored three hat-tricks this season, the most by a single player.
PlayerForAgainstResultDateRef
Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero Manchester CityHuddersfield Town6–1 (H)19 August 2018 [114]
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eden Hazard ChelseaCardiff City4–1 (H)15 September 2018 [115]
Flag of Egypt.svg Mohamed Salah LiverpoolBournemouth4–0 (A)8 December 2018 [116]
Flag of Brazil.svg Roberto Firmino LiverpoolArsenal5–1 (H)29 December 2018 [117]
Flag of Portugal.svg Diogo Jota Wolverhampton WanderersLeicester City4–3 (H)19 January 2019 [118]
Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero Manchester CityArsenal3–1 (H)3 February 2019 [119]
Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero Manchester CityChelsea6–0 (H)10 February 2019 [120]
Flag of Spain.svg Gerard Deulofeu WatfordCardiff City5–1 (A)22 February 2019 [121]
Flag of England.svg Raheem Sterling Manchester CityWatford3–1 (H)9 March 2019 [122]
Flag of Brazil.svg Lucas Moura Tottenham HotspurHuddersfield Town4–0 (H)13 April 2019 [123]
Flag of Spain.svg Ayoze Pérez Newcastle UnitedSouthampton3–1 (H)20 April 2019 [124]

Top assists

Eden Hazard assisted 15 goals for Chelsea over the season, winning him the Premier League Playmaker of the Season award. Eden Hazard 2018.jpg
Eden Hazard assisted 15 goals for Chelsea over the season, winning him the Premier League Playmaker of the Season award.
RankPlayerClubAssists [125]
1 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eden Hazard Chelsea15
2 Flag of Scotland.svg Ryan Fraser Bournemouth14
3 Flag of England.svg Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool12
Flag of Denmark.svg Christian Eriksen Tottenham Hotspur
5 Flag of Scotland.svg Andrew Robertson Liverpool11
6 Flag of Germany.svg Leroy Sané Manchester City10
Flag of England.svg Raheem Sterling Manchester City
8 Flag of France.svg Paul Pogba Manchester United9
Flag of England.svg Callum Wilson Bournemouth
10 Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero Manchester City8
Flag of France.svg Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal
Flag of Portugal.svg João Moutinho Wolverhampton Wanderers
Flag of Scotland.svg Matt Ritchie Newcastle United
Flag of Egypt.svg Mohamed Salah Liverpool
Flag of Spain.svg David Silva Manchester City

Clean sheets

Alisson won the Premier League Golden Glove after keeping 21 clean sheets for Liverpool. 20180610 FIFA Friendly Match Austria vs. Brazil 850 1625.jpg
Alisson won the Premier League Golden Glove after keeping 21 clean sheets for Liverpool.
RankPlayerClubClean
sheets [126]
1 Flag of Brazil.svg Alisson Liverpool21
2 Flag of Brazil.svg Ederson Manchester City20
3 Flag of Spain.svg Kepa Arrizabalaga Chelsea14
Flag of England.svg Jordan Pickford Everton
5 Flag of France.svg Hugo Lloris Tottenham Hotspur12
6 Flag of Slovakia.svg Martin Dúbravka Newcastle United11
7 Flag of the Philippines.svg Neil Etheridge Cardiff City10
Flag of Denmark.svg Kasper Schmeichel Leicester City
9 Flag of Spain.svg David de Gea Manchester United7
Flag of Poland.svg Łukasz Fabiański West Ham United
Flag of England.svg Ben Foster Watford
Flag of Spain.svg Vicente Guaita Crystal Palace
Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Patrício Wolverhampton Wanderers

Discipline

Player

Club

  • Most yellow cards: 77 [129]
    • Watford
  • Most red cards: 5 [130]
    • Leicester City

Awards

Monthly awards

Month Manager of the Month Player of the Month Goal of the Month Reference
ManagerClubPlayerClubPlayerClub
August Flag of Spain.svg Javi Gracia Watford Flag of Brazil.svg Lucas Moura Tottenham Hotspur Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Jean Michaël Seri Fulham [131] [132] [133]
September Flag of Portugal.svg Nuno Espírito Santo Wolverhampton Wanderers Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eden Hazard Chelsea Flag of England.svg Daniel Sturridge Liverpool [134] [135] [136]
October Flag of England.svg Eddie Howe Bournemouth Flag of Gabon.svg Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Aaron Ramsey Arsenal [137] [138] [139]
November Flag of Spain.svg Rafael Benítez Newcastle United Flag of England.svg Raheem Sterling Manchester City Flag of South Korea.svg Son Heung-min Tottenham Hotspur [140] [141] [142]
December Flag of Germany.svg Jürgen Klopp Liverpool Flag of the Netherlands.svg Virgil van Dijk Liverpool Flag of England.svg Andros Townsend Crystal Palace [143] [144]
January Flag of Norway.svg Ole Gunnar Solskjær Manchester United Flag of England.svg Marcus Rashford Manchester United Flag of Germany.svg André Schürrle Fulham [145] [146] [147]
February Flag of Spain.svg Pep Guardiola Manchester City Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero Manchester City Flag of Switzerland.svg Fabian Schär Newcastle United [148] [149] [150]
March Flag of Germany.svg Jürgen Klopp Liverpool Flag of Senegal.svg Sadio Mané Liverpool Flag of France.svg Anthony Knockaert Brighton & Hove Albion [151] [152] [153]
April Flag of Spain.svg Pep Guardiola Manchester City Flag of England.svg Jamie Vardy Leicester City Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eden Hazard Chelsea [154] [155] [156]

Annual awards

AwardWinnerClub
Premier League Manager of the Season Flag of Spain.svg Pep Guardiola [158] Manchester City
Premier League Player of the Season Flag of the Netherlands.svg Virgil van Dijk [159] Liverpool
Premier League Goal of the Season Flag of England.svg Andros Townsend [160] Crystal Palace
PFA Players' Player of the Year Flag of the Netherlands.svg Virgil van Dijk [161] Liverpool
PFA Young Player of the Year Flag of England.svg Raheem Sterling [162] Manchester City
FWA Footballer of the Year Flag of England.svg Raheem Sterling [163] Manchester City
PFA Team of the Year [157]
Goalkeeper Flag of Brazil.svg Ederson (Manchester City)
Defenders Flag of England.svg Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) Flag of France.svg Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) Flag of Scotland.svg Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)
Midfielders Flag of Portugal.svg Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) Flag of Brazil.svg Fernandinho (Manchester City) Flag of France.svg Paul Pogba (Manchester United)
Forwards Flag of England.svg Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Agüero (Manchester City) Flag of Senegal.svg Sadio Mané (Liverpool)

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