Leandro Trossard’s opener was Arsenal’s 1,000th goal at the Emirates Stadium in all competitions. They’re just the third Premier League side to score 1,000 goals at a venue since the 2006-07 season (now 1,002), after Manchester City (1,138 at the Etihad) and Chelsea (1,028 at Stamford Bridge).
All six of Leandro Trossard’s goals in all competitions this season have been assisted by Bukayo Saka. It’s the most one player has assisted another in a single season for Arsenal since 2015-16 (Mesut Özil, 7 for Olivier Giroud).
Burnley haven’t scored more than once in 17 Premier League meetings with Arsenal, the most one side has faced any other without ever scoring multiple goals in the competition.
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 38 Premier League home games against promoted sides (W33 D5), with manager Mikel Arteta’s first home win against Burnley.
As well as scoring his first goal at the Emirates Stadium, Oleksandr Zinchenko had more touches (116), made more passes (94), won more aerial duels (7) and made more tackles (5) than any other Arsenal player in this match.