Charles N'Zogbia was undoubtedly Villa's star man against the Baggies when it comes to statistics.
N'Zogbia was a constant threat at The Hawthorns and that was backed up in the figures from the 5.30pm kick-off.
N'Zogbia was No.1 for chances created with three in total, culminating in two goals.
N'Zogbia was No.1 for take-ons with seven in total and five successful. Gabby Agbonlahor was No.4 with five in total and two successful. Christian Benteke was No.5 with three in total and two successful.
The French winger was No.2 for interceptions with two, alongside Fabian Delph and Eric Lichaj.
He was No.2 for fouls suffered with two, along with Agbonlahor and Joe Bennett.
Lichaj was No.1 for tackles with four in total and three successful.
Agbonlahor was No.1 for shots with four in total, two on target and one goal. Benteke was No.4 with two in total, two on target and one goal.
Bennett was No.1 for blocks with four. Ron Vlaar was No.3 with one.
Matt Lowton was No.2 for clearances with nine in total and four successful. Vlaar was No.3 with eight in total and three successful. Ciaran Clark was No.4 with seven in total and two successful.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with twenty-four in total and sixteen won.
Villa's No.1 pass combination - and No.1 in the game - was Brad Guzan to Benteke with fifteen.
Villa's No.2 - and No.5 overall - was Benteke to Agbonlahor with ten.
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