Leandro Bacuna was Villa's main man when the figures were analysed after the 2-1 defeat to Everton.
Bacuna excelled defensively in the statistics but also made an impression offensively, with the opening goal of the contest at Goodison Park.
Bacuna was No.3 for shots with one in total, one on target and one goal.
Bacuna was No.1 for interceptions with three. Nathan Baker and Ciaran Clark were No.3 with two. Grant Holt was No.5 with one.
Bacuna was No.2 for ball recoveries with six, alongside Ashley Westwood.
Bacuna was No.2 for clearances with eight successful from eight attempted. Clark was No.4 with five successful from five attempted.
Bacuna was No.5 for take-ons with one successful from two attempted.
Christian Benteke was No.1 for Villa at passes with 21 successful out of 29 attempted. Westwood was No.2 for Villa with 16 successful from 22 attempted. Bacuna was No.3 for Villa with 14 successful from 19 attempted.
Benteke was No.2 for chances created with two in total, providing one goal.
Fabian Delph was No.1 for tackles with five successful from eight attempted. Ryan Bertrand was No.2 for with four successful from six attempted. Bacuna was No.4 with three successful from four attempted.
Westwood was No.1 for blocks with two. Ron Vlaar, Bertrand and Clark were No.2 with one.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with six successful from 12 attempted. Bacuna was No.3 with three successful from three attempted.
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