Marc Albrighton was Villa's main man when the post-match figures were analysed following the game with Fulham.
It was a frustrating afternoon against the Whites but Albrighton was the bright spark in the statistical rundown.
The winger excelled offensively in three categories as well as figuring in the possession rankings.
Albrighton was No.3 for attacking third passes with 13 successful from 19 attempted. Ashley Westwood was No.5, with 11 successful from 15 attempted.
Albrighton was No.1 for chances created, with one goal from four chances. Grant Holt was No.4 with two chances created.
Albrighton was No.2 for take-ons, with four successful from five attempted. Leandro Bacuna was No.3 with two successful from three attempted. Joe Bennett was No.4 with one successful from two attempted.
Westwood to Albrighton was the match's No.1 pass combination with 14. Bennett to Nathan Baker was No.3 with 12 while Matt Lowton to Albrighton was No.4 with 11.
Holt was No.2 for shots, with two in total, one on target and one goal.
Westwood was No.1 for passes, with 51 successful from 63 attempted. Ryan Bertrand was No.4, with 36 successful from 44 attempted. Baker was No.5, with 35 successful from 47 attempted.
Ron Vlaar and Bertrand were joint No.1 for ball recoveries with seven. Bennett was No.3 with six.
Bennett was No.3 for tackles with three successful from three attempted. Bertrand was No.4 with two successful from three attempted.
Baker was No.2 for interceptions with two.
Westwood was No.1 for blocks with two. Vlaar and Bertrand were joint No.2 with one.
Baker was No.2 for clearances with 17 successful from 17 attempted. Vlaar was No.3 with 11 successful from 11 attempted.
Baker was No.2 for aerial duels with four successful from eight attempted. Holt was No.3 with three successful from 14 attempted.
Holt was No.1 for fouls suffered with five.
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