With nine completed tackles, Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was the stat leader from game week 30 in the English Premier League, according to Whoscored.com.
The Nigeria international achieved the feat in ninety minutes of action as Leicester City beat Fulham 3-1 at the King Powr Stadium on Saturday, March 9.
The Foxes number 25 made more tackles than Wolves’s Leander Dendoncker and Crystal Palace super kid Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who racked up eight tackles each against Chelsea and Brighton & Hove respectively.
Aaron Ramsey who played in an advanced holding midfield role in Arsenal’s 2-0 win vs Manchester United finished the match with seven tackles, Burnley’s Charlie Taylor and Huddersfield Town’s Juninho Bacuna made six tackles each last weekend.
Manchester United’s Matic, West Ham’s England hopeful Declan Rice, Bournemouth’s Jefferson Lerma and Newcastle United’s Isaac Hayden had five tackles to their name, four less than Ndidi.
In other categories, Harry Kane had the most shots with eight attempts, Gündoğan most passes, Mesut Ozil most key passes, Emerson most dribbles, JonJoe Kenny most interceptions, Stankovic most aerial duels won, Bednarek most clearances and Patricio most saves.