By the numbers: 2014-15 Premier League season in review

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All week at ProSoccerTalk we are reviewing the dramatic 2014-15 Premier League season. From dishing out awards to looking back at the highs and lows in the 380 games as 20 teams battled it out, we’ll have every angle covered.

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For the full archive of our review content, just hit the link above. Now, let’s take a look at the key numbers of 2014-15.

Most goals scored by a player: 26 (Sergio Aguero, Manchester City)

Most goals scored per game by player: 

Most goals scored by a club: 83 (Manchester City)

Fewest goals scored by a club: 28 (Burnley)

Most goals allowed by a club:  73 (Queens Park Rangers)

Fewest goals allowed by a club: 32 (Chelsea)

Most wins: 26 (Chelsea)

Most losses: 24 (Queens Park Rangers)

Most draws: 17 (Sunderland)

Most assists: 18 (Cesc Fabregas, Chelsea)

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Most yellow cards, player: 14 (Lee Cattermole, Sunderland)

Most red cards: 7 (tie, Chelsea and Aston Villa)

Least red cards: 1 (Arsenal)

Most yellow cards, teams: 94 (Tottenham Hotspur)

Least yellow cards: 46 (Queens Park Rangers)

Most clean sheets: 14 (Joe Hart, Manchester City)

Most saves: 136 (Lukasz Fabianski, Swansea City)

Most fouls committed: 71 (Ashley Barnes, Burnley)

Most fouls suffered: 112 (Eden Hazard, Chelsea)

Most touches: 3222 (Cesc Fabregas, Chelsea)

Most crosses: 266 (Kieran Trippier, Burnley)

Most tackles; 66 (George Boyd, Burnley)

Most interceptions: 414 (Jose Fonte, Southampton)

Most blocks: 70 (Ben Mee, Burnley)

Most minutes played: 3420 (John Terry, Chelsea; Aaron Cresswell, West Ham United; Tom Heaton, Burnley)