Oleksandr Zinchenko was quite-literally everywhere during Arsenal’s 3-2 victory over Manchester United on Sunday.
But Zinchenko was the true star of the show.
The left-back, if you can pigeon-hole him like that, topped the charts for almost every meaningful statistic.
Zinchenko was central to everything good that Arsenal did, comfortably leading the way for involvement in his team’s build-up, with most attacks going through him.
He was second to William Saliba for most successful passes, but crucially, Zinchenko completed the most passes in the opposition half.
But perhaps most impressively, the 26-year-old had more touches than any player on the pitch, and his heat map is quite surreal.
Zinchenko went beyond his role as a left-back to influence the game in every area of the pitch.