The Italian ended a long goal drought to seal all three points for his side.
The Saints managed to secure all three points in an open game, and could have been more comfortable winners had Dusan Tadic not wasted a chance to make the score 3-0 in their favour.
It was two goals from striker Pelle that sealed the win for them though, as the Italian managed to end a goal draught that had been running since November.
And a look at the stats shows just how good a game he enjoyed.
|Position||Team||Match||Touches||Unsuccessful Touch||Goals||Total Scoring Att||Ontarget Scoring Att||Accurate Pass||Passing Accuracy||Mins Played|
|Graziano Pellè||FW||Southampton||Stoke vs Southampton||61||2||2||4||3||29||78%||90|
As illustrated by the table provided by Opta, he was busy throughout the game.
In total he posted 78 touches, with just two of those proving to be unsuccessful ones.
His two goals are obviously the most standout stats, with him managing to get those from four shots in total, three of which were on target, both the most of any player in the game.
He even enjoyed a decent afternoon with his passing, making 29 accurate passes and enjoying an overall passing accuracy of 78%.