Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph were the standout stars when it came to stats surrounding the Man City game.
Benteke won several categories while Delph performed well in others as the figures were collated from the Villa Park encounter.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with eleven successful out of twenty-one attempted.
Ciaran Clark was No.3 with four successful out of six attempted. Nathan Baker was No.6 with three successful out of five attempted.
Benteke was No.1 for fouls suffered with three.
Benteke was No.6 for shots with two in total and one on target.
Delph was No.3 for passes with forty-nine successful out of fifty-six in total. Matt Lowton was No.5 with thirty-eight successful out of forty-six in total.
Delph was No.3 for attacking third passes with sixteen successful out of twenty in total. Lowton was No.5 with thirteen successful out of eighteen in total.
Benteke was No.2 for take-ons with one successful out of four attempted. Gabby Agbonlahor and Joe Bennett were joint No.3 with one successful out of three attempted.
Delph was No.5 with one successful out of two attempted.
Charles N'Zogbia and Agbonlahor were joint No.3 for chances created with two.
Agbonlahor was No.2 for tackles with four successful out of four attempted. Lowton was No.3 with three successful out of three attempted. Delph was No.5 with two successful out of two attempted.
Clark was No.1 for interceptions with six. Lowton was joint No.2 with four. Baker was No.4 with three alongside Bennett. Agbonlahor and Delph were joint No.6 with two.
Bennett and Clark were joint No.1 for blocks with two. Benteke was No.3 with one alongside Lowton.
Clark was No.1 for clearances with four successful out of eleven attempted. Baker was No.4 with two successful out of six attempted. Delph was No.8 with two successful out of three attempted.
Delph to Bennett was No.1 pass combination in the match with eighteen.
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