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Stat Attack - Fulham (a)

Following the splendid 3-0 win over at Craven Cottage last night, I`ve assembled a few statistics for you to mull over:-

• The game saw Frank Lampard reach the 600 appearance mark for Chelsea, although Frank couldn`t get a goal to edge nearer to that goal-scoring record of 2-2, currently held by Bobby Tambling.

• The sumptuous strike from David Luiz, a strike that opened the floodgates, was the Brazilian`s first goal, away from home, in the Premier League, all the other five have come at Stamford Bridge.

• David Luiz, last night, made his100th appearance for Chelsea.

• The win, with Frank Lampard playing a part, makes it 71% of games in which Frank has participated Chelsea have won, compared to only 13% when he doesn`t play.

• The assists, by Juan Mata, made it 11 for the season, more than any other Premier League player.

• The brace, scored by John Terry, was the second time he`d scored two in the Premier League, the only other occasion being against Charlton in November 2004

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Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 18 2013

Time: 4:37PM

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that was a wonderful strike from luiz. just loved it. Hope we can do this on Anfield. and first to comment:)
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18/04/2013 17:09:00

Nce one... interesting stats..
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18/04/2013 18:29:00

A really great strike from luiz,more of that david!more of that
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18/04/2013 21:48:00

Great to know these stats JT getting a brace in that 0-4 trouncing of Charlton I remember that very well.
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18/04/2013 22:43:00

wow.......memory lane# thanks uncle
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20/04/2013 10:33:00


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