This statistic separates Tottenham from all other big clubs in Europe

Onefootball Blaise Bourgeois

Spurs are in a league of their own


As Chelsea suffered a shock loss at Wolves and Arsenal failed to defeat Manchester United, Tottenham’s 3-1 victory over Southampton put them back in the top four.

Spurs are now in third place, as Mauricio Pochettino’s men have won 11 of their first 15 Premier League matches.

Despite being behind both Liverpool and Manchester City, Tottenham have separated themselves from the rest of the pack in one particular category.

Believe it or not, Tottenham are the only club from Europe’s top five leagues to not draw a single league match this season.

Tottenham did draw Watford 2-2 in the EFL Cup third round, however, they won that match in penalties, meaning they have yet to see a match end in a stalemate all season.

On the domestic front, Tottenham are the only team in England’s top four leagues to not draw a single match.

You have to go down to the seventh tier to find another team that has yet to draw, as both South Shields and Staines Town have yet to finish all square themselves.