All week at ProSoccerTalk we are reviewing the dramatic 2015-16 Premier League season.
From dishing out awards to looking back at the highs and lows in the as 20 teams battled it out, we’ll have every angle covered.
[ MORE: All 2015-16 PL season reviews ]
For the full archive of our review content, just hit the link above. Now, we have a look through some of the most interesting stats from this season.
From goals and assists to some of the more outrageous team or individual stats, it was certainly a season to remember.
– Leicester became the first new winner of the top-flight since Nottingham Forest won it in 1977-78. Leicester were top of the table for 147 days throughout the season
– The Foxes also had the lowest possession figure of any champion since 2006-07 at just 42.4 percent
– Chelsea had the longest unbeaten run, going 15 games without defeat from December to March
– Arsenal have now finished in the top four for 20 straight seasons and have finished above Tottenham for the last 21 years
– Tottenham, Southampton, Bournemouth, Watford, West Ham and Leicester all recorded their highest-ever points tally in the PL this season
– The PL season started and ended with an own goal scored in the same goal at Old Trafford
– Kenedy‘s goal for Chelsea at Norwich was the fastest goal of the season, coming after just 39 seconds
– Sergio Aguero reached 100 PL goals in just 147 appearances. Only Alan Shearer (124) reached that landmark faster
– Petr Cech has the record for most clean sheets in PL history (178) during this season. He also became the first goalkeeper to win the golden glove with two different teams
– Leicester were awarded 13 penalties, the joint-most for one team in a single season
– Aston Villa equaled a club record with 11 straight defeats on its way to relegation
– Chelsea did not win consecutive games until the 26th and 27th matches of the season
– Everton won just 23 points at home, their lowest tally in the PL era
– In their final season at Upton Park West Ham went on their longest unbeaten home run in top-flight history, failing to lose in 15 games
– Harry Kane became just the fourth Englishman to score 20+ goals in consecutive seasons. Les Ferdinand, Andy Cole, Robbie Fowler and Alan Shearer are the others
Most shots on goal
Harry Kane – 75
Jamie Vardy -53
Sergio Aguero – 52
Romelu Lukaku – 48
Odion Ighalo – 48