Fabian Delph, Leandro Bacuna and Christian Benteke impressed when the statistics were analysed after the 2-2 draw with Liverpool.
Delph and Bacuna were both good offensively and defensively while Benteke was a constant threat throughout the 90 minutes of pulsating action.
Ciaran Clark and Ron Vlaar also impressed with good figures after sterling displays in the heart of the defence.
Delph was No.1 for ball recoveries with 10. Bacuna was No.3 with seven.
Bacuna was No.1 for interceptions with two. Vlaar was No.2 with one.
Bacuna was No.2 for take-ons with three successful from five attempted. Delph was No.5 with one successful from one attempted.
Benteke was No.1 for attacking third passes with 21 successful from 37 attempted. Ashley Westwood was No.6 with 10 successful from 13 attempted.
Delph was No.3 for passes with 40 successful from 50 attempted. Benteke was No.5 with 37 successful from 57 attempted.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with 13 successful out of 18 tried. Clark was No.2 with four successful out of eight attempted.
Westwood was No.1 for tackles with four successful from six attempted. Vlaar was No.2 with four successful from five attempted. Delph was No.4 with three successful from five attempted. Bacuna was No.5 with three successful from four attempted.
Andreas Weimann was No.2 for shots with three in total, one on target and one goal. Benteke was No.3 with one in total, one on target and one goal.
Gabby Agbonlahor was No.1 for chances created with two goals from two chances. Benteke was No.3, setting up four chances. Westwood was No.5, setting up two chances.
Clark was No.2 for blocks with one and No.3 for clearances with nine successful out of nine attempted.
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