Fabian Delph enjoyed the best figures after the defeat to Man Utd.
Delph has really come into his own these past few weeks and the stats show he was the pick of the pack, despite the loss at Old Trafford.
Delph was No.1 for interceptions with four, alongside Nathan Baker and Ashley Westwood.
Delph was No.2 for passes with sixty-six successful out of seventy-three made. Matt Lowton was No.4 with sixty successful out of sixty-five made. Michael Carrick was No.1 with eighty-five successful from ninety-five made.
Delph was No.1 for fouls suffered with three. Charles N'Zogbia was No.2 with two.
Andreas Weimann was No.1 for attacking third passes, with nineteen successful from twenty-five made. Lowton was No.2 with eighteen successful from twenty-two made. Delph was No.3 with sixteen successful from twenty-one made.
Lowton was No.3 for tackles with three successful from six made. Delph was No.4 with three successful from four made. Gabby Agbonlahor was No.5 with three successful from three made.
Ron Vlaar, Nathan Baker and Weimann were joint No.1 for blocks with one.
Karim El Ahmadi was No.2 for shots with two in total and two on target. Christian Benteke and Weimann were joint No.3 with two in total and one target. Unsurprisingly, Robin van Persie was No.1 with four in total, three on target and three goals.
Baker and Benteke were joint No.3 for chances created with two, behind Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney.
N'Zogbia was No.3 for take-ons with one successful from two made. Westwood was No.5 with one successful from one made.
Baker was No.2 for clearances with six successful from eight made. Vlaar was No.3 with four successful from six made. Lowton was No.4 with three in total.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with six successful from nine made. Baker was No.4 with two successful from four made.
Villa's No.1 pass combination in the match was Lowton to El Ahmadi with sixteen.
No.2 was Agbonlahor to Delph and Delph to Agbonlahor with fifteen.
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