Chelsea continued their unbeaten run in the pursuit of the Premier League title with a 2-1 win over Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.
Emre Can struck first for Brendan Rodgers' side but Gary Cahill and Diego Costa hit back to clinch the win for Jose Mourinho's table toppers.
Here are the top five statistics from the weekend's fiery encounter:
1) Only two teams in Premier League history have ever had more than 29 points after 11 games (Chelsea 2005/06, Manchester City 2011/12). The club remain unbeaten this term, having won nine matches, drawing just twice.
2) It took Fernando Torres 52 games to score 10 Premier League goals for Chelsea. Diego Costa has done it in nine. The former Atletico striker managed five attempts at Liverpool's goal, hitting the target with two. He also fashioned a match-best four key passes.
|Match||Goals||Shots||Shot Conversion (%)||Key Passes||Mins Played|
|Diego Costa||Liverpool vs Chelsea||1||5||20%||4||89|
3) Liverpool have now conceded a goal in 23 of their 30 Premier League games in 2014, while the club have kept just three clean sheets in their last 26 games in all competitions.
4) Steven Gerrard recorded more touches of the ball (86) than any other player in this match, while he also played the most passes (70), completing 87.1% of his attempts to find a team-mate.
|Match||Total Passes||Passing Accuracy||Touches||Mins Played|
|Steven Gerrard||Liverpool vs Chelsea||70||87%||88||90|
5) Liverpool have now won just one of their last five Premier League games at Anfield, against West Brom on October 4th.