Diaby had game-high numbers for dribbles, big chances created and crosses, while Demirbay had a staggering seven shots and eight touches in the box from midfield.
The former Hoffenheim man was also a menace defensively, winning four out of five tackles and six of his 13 attempted duels in a dominant man of the match display.
Despite the defeat, Stuttgart’s Saca Kalajdzic (8.4) earned a place in the team with his side’s two goals in the 5-2 loss.
Filip Kostic (9.3) opened the scoring for Eintracht Frankfurt before breaking the game open at 1-1 just past the hour mark with two rapid fire assists.
The Serbian was instrumental down the left-hand side for Frankfurt, playing a game-high seven crosses, creating two big chances and leading his team with 19 passes into the final third.
Rounding out the midfield is Koln’s Elvis Rexhbecaj (9.5). The 23-year-old dragged his side to a 2-1 victory over Borussia Monchengladbach, scoring both goals while contributing defensively with 10 of 11 duels won and 10 recoveries.
The Spaniard provided two assists on 11 crosses and two big chances, but most impressively had 12 touches in Schalke’s box from left wing-back.
Mainz’s Stefan Bell (8.6) finishes off the team with a brilliant defensive display. The German was everywhere for Mainz with 13 clearances, 15 total duels and 10 aerials won, all of which were totals considerably higher than any other player.
He added to those a team-high 54 passes at 80% accuracy, also the best in the side, and was a huge reason why Mainz were able to hold onto a 1-0 win over Union Berlin.