City kept the pressure up on Chelsea last night with a 4-1 win over Stoke City. This result was largely down to the efforts of James Milner, who both scored and assisted a goal. In doing so, Milner covered more ground than any other player has in a single game so far this season, overtaking Burnley’s George Boyd.

The top ten distances covered so far this season, with dates these distances were achieved, are below:

James Milner – MAN CITY v Stoke – 13.56km – 11.2.15

George Boyd – BURNLEY v Newcastle – 13.55km – 1.1.15

Tom Carroll – SWANSEA v Southampton – 13.47km – 1.2.15

George Boyd – BURNLEY v Stoke – 13.34km – 22.11.14

George Boyd – BURNLEY v Man Utd – 13.30km – 11.2.15

George Boyd – BURNLEY v Aston Villa – 13.24km – 29.11.14

Gylfi Sigurdsson – SWANSEA v Man Utd – 13.18km – 16.8.14

Christian Eriksen – TOTTENHAM v Swansea – 13.17km – 14.12.14

Harry Kane – TOTTENHAM v Swansea – 13.12km – 14.12.14

Marouane Fellaini – MAN UTD v Southampton – 13.12km – 8.12.14


Data courtesy of the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index, Official Player Ranking Index of the Premier League. Pick, manage and play as your own team of stars in EA SPORTS FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. Find out more at #FEELTHEGAME