The midfielder was once again in fine form for West Ham despite his side's draw with Stoke City.
This weekend’s game proved to be a highly frustrating one for West Ham as they squandered a great chance to take all three points against Stoke City.
The Hammers looked to be on course for all three points at the London Stadium after Michail Antonio’s header had given them the lead.
However, a rash decision from Adrian to come off his line allowed Bojan to level the scores and see the teams share the points.
While Slaven Bilic’s team were frustrated in the game, it seems at least one man was impressive again and that was Dimitri Payet, who topped two key stats across this weekend’s games.
|Match||Key Passes||Mins Played|
|Dimitri Payet||West Ham vs Stoke||7||90|
|Kevin De Bruyne||Man City vs Middlesbrough||6||90|
|Philippe Coutinho||Liverpool vs Watford||5||87|
|Mesut Özil||Arsenal vs Tottenham||5||90|
First of all, he was the most creative player in the Premier League as he posted more key passes than any other player.
His tally of seven against the Potters saw him top the scores managed by the likes of Kevin de Bruyne who managed six, and Philippe Coutinho and Mesut Ozil, who both managed five.
|Match||Accurate Crosses||Mins Played|
|Dimitri Payet||West Ham vs Stoke||5||90|
|Kevin De Bruyne||Man City vs Middlesbrough||4||90|
|Adam Lallana||Liverpool vs Watford||4||71|
He was also the best crosser in all of the Premier League’s games across the weekend.
He managed to post five accurate crosses against Stoke, which was the most managed by any player.
His tally saw him once again coming in ahead of De Bruyne, and Adam Lallana, who both managed four against Middlesbrough and Hull City respectively.
West Ham United's Dimitri Payet