Yet another mighty performance from both drivers. Nico won a brilliantly controlled race whilst Lewis did the best he could given his circumstances.
They have been teammates now for the past 29 GPs. Here are their h2h stats (in brackets, I indicated those figures that change regarding the results from Malaysia last year where the podium should have gone to Nico even by Lewis's own admission), with bold you can see which one of them is leading in that respective field:
Qualifying: LH 15 : 12 NR
Pole positions: LH 9 - 6 NR
Races finished: LH 12 : 10 NR (11 : 11)
Races won: LH 5 : 5 NR
Podiums: LH 11 : 12 NR (10 : 13)
Points: LH 325 : 336 NR (322 : 339)
DNFs: LH 3 : 3 NR
Faster laps between the two: LH 11 : 11 NR
Fastest lap overall: LH 2 : 3 NR
As you can see, they both lead in 3 categories each over the other and they are tied in race victories, DNFs and faster laps. Fantastically close racing between these two, thrilling to watch. I honestly don't think there have been a stronger driver pairing since the Senna vs Prost days (including 2007 with Alonso vs Hamilton).
At the moment I think Nico has the psychological edge though especially with his win by fending off Lewis today. He responded strongly in the last 3 races to Lewis's 4-0 sweep between Malaysia and Spain, just as well as he responded and upped his game after the summer break last year with 40 points down to Lewis in the standings. He seems particularly strong in that department.
That said, the season is still long though. I wouldn't put money on either of them for the title for the life of me as of yet.