Ron Vlaar and Christian Benteke were the main men when the stats were analysed after the Arsenal match.
Vlaar impressed defensively in the post-match figures while Benteke was back to his bruising best up front as he scored his first goal since September.
Vlaar was No.1 for tackles with five successful from six attempted. Leandro Bacuna was No.2 with four successful from four attempted, along with Antonio Luna.
Vlaar was No.2 for interceptions with three, along with Karim El Ahmadi and Luna.
Nathan Baker was No.1 for blocks with two.
Matt Lowton was No.6 for clearances with four successful from four attempted. Vlaar was No.7 with three successful from three attempted.
Benteke was No.1 for shots with three in total, two on target and one goal. Fabian Delph was No.5 with two in total and one on target.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with eight successful from 17 attempted.
Delph was No.5 for take-ons with one successful from one attempted.
Delph was No.2 for ball recoveries with 10. Ashley Westwood was No.3 with nine. Vlaar was No.4 with eight.
Westwood was No.9 for passes with 36 successful from 42 attempted. Luna was No.11 with 33 successful from 42 attempted.
Westwood was No.7 for attacking third passes with 13 successful from 16 attempted. Lowton was No.9 with 10 successful from 18 attempted.
Lowton was No.1 for chances created with four in total, resulting in one goal. El Ahmadi and Delph were No.6 with one.
Gabby Agbonlahor and Westwood were No.2 for fouls suffered with two.
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