Villa 3-1 Hull stats: Bertrand, Weimann and Delph on top form
Weimann's contribution was entirely evident in the game as he scored a brilliant brace to help Villa to Barclays Premier League safety.
But Bertrand and Delph clearly also both played vital roles during the tension-filled 90 minutes as they impressed in various categories.
Weimann was No.1 for shots with five in total, three on target and two goals. Bowery was No.2 with four in total and three on target. Ashley Westwood was No.3 with one in total, one on target and one goal. Baker was No.4 with two in total and two on target.
Delph was No.5 for passes with 39 successful from 50 in total. Bertrand was No.6 with 35 successful from 45 in total.
Bertrand was No.4 for attacking third passes with 13 successful from 16 in total. Marc Albrighton was No.5 with 10 successful from 17 in total.
Bowery was No.1 for chances created, along with Albrighton, with one, creating one goal each. Weimann and Delph were joint No.4 with two.
Weimann was No.1 for take-ons with two successful from four attempted. Delph was No.2 with one successful from two attempted.
Bertrand and Delph were No.1 for ball recoveries with six.
Bertrand was No.2 for tackles, along with Albrighton, with two won from two attempted.
Ciaran Clark was No.1 for interceptions with four. Baker was No.2 with three. Vlaar was No.3 with two.
Vlaar was No.1 for blocks with one.
Vlaar was No.3 for clearances with seven successful from seven attempted. Matt Lowton was No.4 with six successful from six attempted.
Baker was No.1 for aerial duels with 10 successful from 11 attempted. Bowery was No.2 with four successful from 10 attempted. Vlaar was No.4 with four successful from four attempted. Bertrand was No.5 with three successful from three attempted.
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