With today marking six years since Junior Stanislas joined AFC Bournemouth we drill down into the numbers of his Cherries career so far.
After first linking up with his current manager at Burnley, Eddie Howe moved to bring Stanislas to the south coast at the start of the Cherries’ second – and ultimately title-winning – season in the Championship in 2014.
Here’s how the London-born winger has fared since joining the club:
123 – Stanislas’ Cherries appearances, consisting of 92 in the Premier League, 13 in the Championship, five in the FA Cup and 13 in the League Cup.
1 – Stanislas popped up in sensational fashion to score the equaliser in the dramatic 3-3 draw with Everton in November 2015, the goal the only Premier League header he’s so far scored, as he himself told afcbTV recently: ‘Scored many headers? Until this day I don’t think I’ve scored one before or after it!’
17 – Stanislas has netted a total of 23 times in the Premier League during his career, with all but six of them coming for the Cherries.
89 – The winger’s one Premier League free-kick goal came in the last minute of the 2-1 win over West Brom in March 2018, a stunning long-range effort that effectively secured Bournemouth’s Premier League place for another season.
4 – For over four years Stanislas’ amazing goal against Manchester United in 2015 was the most recent Premier League goal to be scored directly from a corner. Interestingly, Ashley Westwood’s similar feat at Southampton in February came exactly seven seconds earlier in proceedings than the Cherries man’s 100th-second goal against the Red Devils.
10 – To go along with his 23 goals, Stanislas has also into double figures when it comes to hitting the top-flight woodwork.
24 – Across his top-flight career, Stanislas averages 23.58 (we’ve rounded up) passes a game, that’s a total of 3,135 and 14 have been assists for team-mates to score.
3 – Is Stanislas right or left footed? Correct, predominantly favouring his right side, he’s scored 19 times in the Premier League with his favoured foot, but also three times with his other – his second Cherries goal, in the FA Cup win at Rotherham, was also with his left foot.
You can also take a pictorial journey through Stanislas' time with the Cherries by flicking through the 30 images in our gallery above.