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Question of the Day December 2019

  • 7th December 2019:
    Q: Which four Italians have Premier League Goals or Assists this season?

    A: Jorginho (Chelsea), Patrick Cutrone (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Angelo Ogbonna (West Ham United) and Moise Kean (Everton).


    Premier League Players’ Goals & Assists 2019-20
  • 6th December 2019:
    Q: Which six players won the most England Caps with Everton FC?

    A: Phil Jagielka​ (40 Caps), Alan Ball (39 Caps), Ray Wilson (33 Caps), Leighton Baines (30 caps), Brian Labone (26 Caps) and Gary Stevens (26 Caps).


    England Players by Club Affiliation 1872-2019
  • 5th December 2019:
    Q: Which two Clubs Scored & Conceded 100 or more Goals in a Premier League Season?

    A: Manchester City scored 106 Premier League Goals in Season 2017-18 while Swindon Town conceded 100 Premier League Goals in Season 1993-94.


    Premier League Goal Records & Statistics from 1992-93 to 2019-20
  • 4th December 2019:
    Q: Which four Foreign Countries have hosted Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur matches?

    A: Canada (1952 Spurs 5-0 United), United States (1952 Spurs 7-1 United), Swaziland (1983 Spurs 1-2 United & Spurs 2-0 United) and China (2019 Spurs 1-2 United).


    Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United All-Time Match Records 1899-2020
  • 3rd December 2019:
    Q: Which six players made the most Premier League Appearances for Crystal Palace?

    A: Joel Ward​ (180), Wilfried Zaha (177), James McArthur (173), Jason Puncheon (153), Scott Dann (137) and Damien Delaney (130).


    Crystal Palace Top 100 Premier League Appearances 1994-95 to 2019-20
  • 2nd December 2019:
    Q: Which four players featured at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Finals from West Ham United?

    A: Cheikhou Kouyaté​ (Senegal), Manuel Lanzini (Argentina), João Mário (Portugal) and Javier “Chicharito” Hernández (Mexico).


    FIFA World Cup Finals 2018 Player Details with Club & National League Affiliations
  • 1st December 2019:
    Q: How many footballs can be lined-up between the goalposts of a standard size goal?

    A: Goalposts are 24 feet apart and the standard size 5 football is 8.5 inches wide, so 33 footballs can be lined-up between the posts.


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