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Most Chances Created: 7—Eden Hazard
Statistically, Eden Hazard put in an incredible performance against Leicester, creating seven chances on his own.
This is the most of any player in any match this season and was also more than Aston Villa, Leicester, West Brom, Swansea, Everton, Hull, QPR and Manchester United managed as an entire team.
It also equalled the creative totals of Southampton, Burnley and Manchester City, meaning only nine teams' total chances could beat Hazard's individual production.
Most Successful Dribbles: 6—Eden Hazard and Erik Lamela
In what may soon be described as his own category, Hazard makes his second consecutive appearance following six successful dribbles against Leicester.
As mentioned last week, the Chelsea man dominated this department last season, recording 132 successful dribbles—an impressive 29 more than any other Premier League player.
Remarkably, he has already recorded more than double (15) as many dribbles as any other player this season but was at least matched this week by Erik Lamela's return against QPR.
Interesting enough, there isn't a special amount of praise for Hazard's showing against Leicester. On paper, and judging by statistics alone, it seems a stunning contribution.
Most Through Balls: 3—Connor Wickham
No player managed to complete two through balls this week, but Sunderland's Connor Wickham produced the most attempts with three,
The Black Cats were clearly trying to test the positional nous of Manchester United's back three but failed to connect with their targets.
Most Turnovers: 6—Mame Biram Diouf and Connor Wickham; Most Dispossessed: 7—Connor Wickham
In the not-so-positive dispossession numbers, again it's young or inexperienced Premier League players leading the way.
Wickham produces an unwanted double, appearing in both categories and seemingly haemorrhaging possession to Manchester United at every turn. He's also joined by Stoke's Mame Biram Diouf.