Fabian Delph and Jores Okore were the main men against Liverpool when it came to statistics.
For the second game running, Delph did well in a host of categories, including attacking passes, interceptions and fouls suffered.
Okore, too, impressed in ball recoveries and take-ons.
Delph was No.3 for passes with 58 successful from 67 attempted. Okore was No.4 with 54 successful from 60 attempted. Lucas Leiva and Steven Gerrard were No.1 and No.2 respectively.
Delph was No.1 for attacking third passes with 14 successful from 19 attempted.
Gabriel Agbonlahor, Christian Benteke, Ashley Westwood and Okore were all joint No.2 for chances created with two.
Leandro Bacuna was No.3 for take-ons, with two successful from three created. Delph and Okore were joint No.4 with two successful from two attempted.
Okore was No.1 for ball recoveries with nine.
Bacuna was No.1 for tackles with six successful from seven attempted.
Delph was No.1 for interceptions with six. Ron Vlaar was No.5 with two.
Vlaar was No.2 for blocks with one.
Okore was No.3 for clearances with eight out of eight. Delph was No.4 with five from five.
Delph was No.1 for fouls suffered with three.
Christian Benteke was No.2 for shots, with three in total and two on target. Daniel Sturridge was No.1 with one in total, one on target and one goal.
Benteke was No.2 for aerial duels with five successful from 12 attempted. Glen Johnson was No.1.
Antonio Luna to Delph was the No.1 pass combination with 20 while No.2 was Delph to Luna with 19. Okore to Vlaar was No.4 with 14 while Vlaar to Okore was No.5 with 13.
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