Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United played out a goalless draw to extend their respective unbeaten records in the Premier League this afternoon.
Here are the top five statistics from Sunday's encounter:
9 - With this draw, Manchester United have extended their unbeaten run to nine matches (W7 D2), while Spurs have avoided defeat in five consecutive league games (W3 D1).
0 - Manchester United have now failed to win any of their last five league games against Spurs (W0, D3, L2). Nonetheless, this result sees the home side maintain a more telling record - they haven't beaten United at White Hart Lane in the Premier League since May 2001 - a run of 4971 days.
5 - The Red Devils had five shots on target versus the Lilywhites, though each of these attempts came in the first half. Both sides managed an equal nine attempts in total but the visitors proved the more accurate. Had it not been for the heroics of Hugo Lloris, who made five saves in total, the Red Devils could have emerged with a maximum share of the points.
|Total Shots||Shots On Target|
11 - Incredibly, this tie saw Manchester United name an unchanged starting eleven for the first time in 85 Premier League games (since November 2012).
4 - Juan Mata fashioned more goalscoring chances than any other player, having crafted four key passes - one more than his closest challenger, Tottenham's Harry Kane. This season, only Angel Di Maria has made more chances for the Red Devils.
|Ángel Di María||Man Utd||31||6||12|
|Juan Mata||Man Utd||24||3||16|
|Wayne Rooney||Man Utd||21||4||15|
|Robin van Persie||Man Utd||19||2||18|
|Ander Herrera||Man Utd||12||3||9|