Ashley Westwood and Karim El Ahmadi were the key men when the figures were assessed after the 2-2 draw with West Brom.
Westwood was impressive creatively while El Ahmadi was a stopping force in the central ground at The Hawthorns.
Westwood was No.2 for shots with two in total, one on target and one goal. El Ahmadi was No.3 with one in total, one on target and one goal. Aleksandar Tonev was No.4 with three in total and three on target. Christian Benteke was No.5 with four in total and one on target. Shane Long was No.1 with five in total, four on target and two goals.
Westwood was No.4 for passes - behind Claudio Yacob, Goran Popov and Youssuf Mulumbu - with 46 successful out of 53 attempted. Ron Vlaar was No.6 with 38 successful out of 48 attempted.
Westwood was No.1 for attacking third passes with 14 successful out of 18 attempted. El Ahmadi was No.2 with 13 successful from 16 attempted.
Andreas Weimann was No.1 for chances created with one goal from one chance.
Libor Kozak was No.5 for take-ons with one successful from one attempted. Ahead of the striker were Morgan Amalfitano, Goran Popov, Youssuf Mulumbu, Shane Long and Steven Reid.
Westwood was No.2 for ball recoveries with 11. Youssuf Mulumbu was No.1 with 15.
El Ahmadi was No.1 for tackles with four successful from eight in total. Ciaran Clark was No.2 with four successful from five in total. Yacouba Sylla was No.3 with four successful from four in total.
Fabian Delph was No.1 for interceptions with three. Vlaar was No.3 with two.
Clark and Sylla were joint No.1 for blocks.
Clark was No.3 for clearances with 11 successful from 11 in total. Nathan Baker was No.4 with eight successful from eight in total. Gareth McAuley was No.1 with 19 successful from 19 in total. Jonas Olsson was No.2 with 16 successful from 16 in total.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with 12 won from 25 in total.
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