Gabby Agbonlahor, Fabian Delph and Nathan Baker were top of the pile when the figures were assessed at the end of Villa's 1-0 win at Sunderland.
Agbonlahor dominated the striking stats and impressed when it came to midfield responsibilies too.
Delph topped the ball recoveries and interceptions categories while Baker came out favourably in a host of defensive areas.
Agbonlahor was No.1 for shots with three in total, two on target and one goal. Marc Albrighton, Christian Benteke and Leandro Bacuna were joint No.3 with two in total and one on target.
Agbonlahor was No.2 for take-ons, alongside Benteke, with two successful from four attempted.
Agbonlahor was No.1 for tackles with three successful from five made. Bacuna was No.3 with three successful from four made. Ashley Westwood and Antonio Luna were joint No.4 with three successful from three made.
Delph was No.1 for ball recoveries with eight. Agbonlahor was No.2 with seven.
Delph was No.1 for interceptions with three. Albrighton and Bacuna were joint No.2 with two.
Baker and Ron Vlaar were joint No.1 for blocks with two. Delph was No.3 with one.
Baker was No.1 for clearances with seven successful from seven made. Matt Lowton was No.2 with six successful from six made. Bacuna was No.3 with five successful from five made. Luna was No.4 with four successful from four made.
Baker was No.1 for aerial duels with five successful from seven made. Benteke was No.3 with two successful from six made.
Delph was No.7 for passes with 34 successful from 44 made. Benteke was No.9 with 30 successful from 43 made.
Benteke was No.6 for attacking third passes with 11 successful from 19 made. Agbonlahor was No.7 with 10 successful from 13 made.
Benteke was No.1 for fouls suffered with three. Agbonlahor was No.2 with two.
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