OXFORD United scored a century of goals during a year in which fans missed the first half due to games being played behind closed doors.

Those goals form part of the key statistics we looked at from the last 12 months.

62 matches. United played 17 more competitive games than 2020, with February, March and August the busiest months (eight fixtures each).

30 wins. The U’s started the year with a 5-1 victory at Burton Albion, while their final triumph was the 3-0 success at home to AFC Wimbledon on Wednesday.

13 draws. It tended to be all or nothing for United in 2021. They drew just five of their first 32 games of the calendar year.

19 defeats. The U’s did not lose until February 6, at Doncaster Rovers, while they were defeated just eight times at home.

109 goals scored. Karl Robinson’s side reached their century at Sunderland on December 4. At that point, only Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United had scored more in the calendar year.

80 goals conceded. They conceded three or more in ten games across 2021.

91 points from 50 Sky Bet League One matches. United’s form in 2021 would challenge the automatic promotion places. They took 49 points from their last 27 games of 2020/21, while they are on 42 from 23 this season.

23 goals by Matty Taylor. The striker is the club’s leading scorer in the calendar year, playing 54 matches. He topped the charts in 2020, too, with 16 goals.

55 appearances by Cameron Brannagan. The midfielder missed just seven matches in 2021, playing more games than any other U’s player.

6-0 – United’s biggest win. The League One victory at Crewe Alexandra on April 10 was United’s heaviest of the calendar year.

4-1 – United’s heaviest defeat. The Papa John’s Trophy loss at Cambridge United on August 31 was a night to forget. The U’s lost by three goals in one other game in 2021, the 3-0 defeat at home to Blackpool in the play-off semi-final first leg on May 18.

9 minutes. That’s how long into the first game of 2021 it took for United to score, when Taylor opened the scoring in the 5-1 win at Burton.

40 seconds. Taylor netted United’s quickest goal of the calendar year in the 3-1 win at Burton on October 23.

97 minutes. Elliot Lee salvaged a dramatic point at MK Dons on February 27, his equaliser being the latest scored by a United player in 2021.

61 minutes. The time between Henry’s first and third in his hat-trick against Lincoln City. Henry was the only player to net a hat-trick for the U’s in the calendar year.

5 goals: The number scored in a crazy extra time period in the 4-3 defeat at Bristol Rovers in the Emirates FA Cup first round replay.

6 minutes. How long it took Charlie Mulgrew to be sent off for Fleetwood Town during the 1-0 win for United in January, making it the quickest sending off in a U’s game in 2021.

4 minutes: The earliest goal conceded by the U’s when Anthony Scully put Lincoln ahead in the 2-1 win for United on March 26.

96 minutes: The latest goal conceded by United when John Mousinho put through his own net in the Carabao Cup against Burton on August 11. United recovered to win 4-2 on penalties.

26,634: The highest attendance for a United match was for the 1-1 draw with Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

2,192: The highest away following by the U’s was at MK Dons for the 2-1 win on December 11.

30 games behind closed doors. No fans were allowed in until May, with the play-off first leg the first with supporters.