Lucas Leiva was the most accurate passer on the pitch during Liverpool's goalless draw with Swansea at the weekend. For this and other match stats courtesy of Opta, keep reading.
Liverpool had 25 shots, five of which were on target. Swansea directed three of their 12 efforts between the sticks.
Ten of Liverpool's hits were from outside of the 18-yard box - Swansea tried from distance nine times.
The hosts had 52.3 per cent of possession but lost 52.4 per cent of their 'duels'.
They dominated in the air, however, winning 68.8 per cent of their aerial battles.
The story of the goalkeepers was that Pepe Reina made three saves to Michel Vorm's five. Our man between the posts had an 80 per cent passing accuracy to Vorm's 43.8 per cent.
Charlie Adam had the most touches of anyone in red with 100. Glen Johnson had 82 to leave him second.
Lucas Leiva recorded the best stats in possession of the 22 who started the game. He passed the ball 66 times with an accuracy of 95.5 per cent, though just three per cent of his passes were long.
For the second game in succession, Martin Skrtel pipped every defender on the pitch when it came to passing. An impressive 91.9 per cent of his 37 passes reached their destination.
The Slovakia international also attempted a higher percentage of long balls than any of his LFC teammates with 18.9 per cent.
Of all the strikers who started, Luis Suarez completed the most passes (39) and had the highest accuracy (71.8 per cent).
Daniel Agger executed more shots than any defender on the pitch - four. None were on target. Stewart Downing took this honour in midfield, hitting the target twice from four attempts.
Suarez was by far the busiest striker on the field of play with seven shots, three of which were on target.
Adam set up more shots for teammates than anyone else. In fact his tally of seven shot assists was more than double anyone on the pitch.
Lucas, Adam and Agger conceded the most fouls on the day, earning a whistle three times each.
The corner count was Liverpool 11-4 Swansea.
Liverpool played 512 passes and had an 83 per cent accuracy rate - up 1.5 per cent from the victory over West Brom.
Swansea played 471 passes, 86 per cent of which found their target.
Phil Dowd awarded 15 free-kicks against Kenny's men but penalised Swansea just five times.