Frenkie de Jong has featured in all ten of FC Barcelona's starting lineups in official matches this term. Compatriot Ronald Koeman has fielded his fellow Dutchman in the first XI for seven LaLiga games, plus three Champions League contests. It is a noteworthy feat, matching Gerard Piqué (2018/19 and 2019/20), Ter Stegen (2017/18, 2018/19 and 2019/20) and Leo Messi (2017/18) in having a starting role in the opening 10 matches of a season.
In total, De Jong has played 890 minutes in those 10 games, and is the most used member of the squad. He has done so both as a midfielder and as part of the defensive line.
With 716 passes completed, De Jong has 91.34% accuracy in his distribution. He is closely followed in this aspect by Sergio Busquets, with 91.28%. The highest accuracy is from goalkeeper Ter Stegen, with 96.08% across his two games played.
Frenkie de Jong has won the ball back 62 times for FC Barcelona so far this season, behind only Piqué's 65. In the game against Real Betis, he won possession 10 times, equalling his record from last season away to Celta Vigo. In El Clásico he recovered the ball 9 times.