These are the numbers that matter.
While stats can't tell you everything, they do paint a very telling picture.
Try assists to Mitchell Pearce.
Our Captain was in absolutely everything at Leichhardt, and despite only registering the two try assists, his fingerprints were laid all over his team’s performance.
His organisation and coolness under pressure played a massive part in the Knights surging home, with the game still in the balance going into the final 20.
His 73 run metres and 339 kicking metres also ensured the Knights stayed on the front foot throughout the game.
Tackle breaks to Connor Watson.
The Knights new super-sub is relishing his new role in the middle of the park, proving to be a key point of difference at the end of each half.
He also managed to chalk up his first try of the season, 159 run metres and a line break.
Not bad for only playing 50 minutes.
Run Metres for Lachlan Fitzgibbon.
While his centurion effort in run metres was smaller than some of his team-mates, Fitzgibbon had one of his best all-round games in recent memory.
He was a constant threat on the left edge, making a line-break, notching a try assist and even making 21 tackles in a wonderful display.