The English Premier League has been home to some of the most memorable moments in football history. From record-breaking achievements to heartbreaking losses, the EPL has seen it all.
In this listicle, Sporting Tribune highlights some of the most remarkable Premier League records, that will take some effort to break.
From the quickest hat-trick to the fewest losses in a season, these records showcase the incredible feats achieved by players and teams over the years.
Here they are below
Undefeated Season (0 losses)
Arsenal holds the record for the fewest losses in a Premier League season. Under the guidance of Arsene Wenger in 2004, the Gunners went the entire season without losing a single match.
Quickest Hat-trick (Sadio Mane)
Sadio Mane holds the record for the fastest hat-trick in Premier League history. Playing for Southampton in 2015, the Senegalese scored three goals in just two minutes and 56 seconds as the Saints demolished Aston Villa 6-1.
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Most Consecutive Seasons as Manager (22)
Arsene Wenger holds the record for the most consecutive seasons as manager in the Premier League. He managed Arsenal for 22 years, from 1996 to 2018, before leaving the club.
Fewest Points in a Season (Derby County)
Derby County holds the record for the fewest points garnered in a Premier League season. During the 2007/08 season, the Rams only managed to secure 11 points, leading to their relegation from the league.
Most Seasons Scored In (Ryan Giggs)
Ryan Giggs is the record holder for the most seasons scored in during his career at Manchester United. According to The Mirror, he scored in 21 consecutive seasons during his illustrious career at Old Trafford.
Fastest Goal (7.69 seconds)
Shane Long scored the fastest goal in Premier League history in April 2019, taking just 7.69 seconds to find the back of the net for Southampton against Watford.
Oldest Player (43 years and 162 days)
John Burridge is the oldest player to feature in a Premier League match. He played for Manchester City against QPR in May 1995, when he was 43 years and 162 days old.
Most Consecutive Games Played (310)
Brad Friedel holds the record for the most consecutive Premier League games played. He played in 310 consecutive matches while playing for Blackburn Rovers, Aston Villa, and Tottenham before the streak came to an end in October 2012.
Fewest Games for a Player to Score Three Hat-tricks (8)
Erling Haaland set a new Premier League record this season by scoring three hat-tricks in just eight games after his arrival from Borussia Dortmund.