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Aston Villa 3 - Everton 3

Premier League

Villa Park

12/4/09 - 2pm

Attendance: 40188

Referee: H. Webb

Aston Villa
3 - 3
Everton
Carew (32), Milner (54), Barry (65 pen)
 
Fellaini (18), Cahill (22), Pienaar (53)
 
Venue: Villa Park
 
Attendance: 40188
The Teams
Friedel
 
 
 
Howard
 
 
L. Young
 
 
 
Hibbert
 
 
64
Davies
 
 
 
Lescott
 
 
Knight
 
 
 
Jagielka
 
 
Shorey
 
 
 
Baines
 
 
Milner
 
 
 
Osman
 
 
Petrov
 
 
 
Neville
 
 
Barry
 
 
 
Cahill
 
 
A. Young
 
 
 
Pienaar
 
 
Agbonlahor
 
 
53
 
Fellaini
 
 
Carew
 
 
 
Jo
 
 
80
Substitutes
Albrighton
 
 
 
Rodwell
 
 
Guzan
 
 
 
Castillo
 
 
Gardner
 
 
 
Van Der Meyde
 
 
Reo-Coker
 
 
 
Saha
 
 
80
Delfouneso
 
 
53
 
Jacobsen
 
 
64
Salifou
 
 
 
Gosling
 
 
Sidwell
 
 
 
Nash
 
 
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
10
8
On Target
6
11
Corners
7
9
Fouls
15
0
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
43
%
57
Comments...
Needed a win for a number of reasons, but again a balanced side, plenty of chances, we are putting them away we've just got to stop leaking goals. Top 4 may be over now but at least the team seem to be up for the battle again.




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Date:Sunday April 12 2009

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Your Comments

AWESOME GAME! Pity young Nath didnt slot that last attempt home because i think we had more than enough chances to get the 3 points. we played some awesome football today, the sort of football we're all about of late. Things are looking up for the final few games but our defence is becoming shocking. Need to sign some real 'leaders' for our back line in the summer. Ash was on fire and unlucky not to grab 1.
medzy
I didn't get chance to follow this one. I last checked in at 2-3 so was delighted to see that we managed to pull one back. I know it shouldn't be this way but the way things have gone this season we have to be satisfied with a home result like this. (It feels like I should be saying "away result")
Villan Of The North
Milner's free-kick was a beaut! Having said that, the penalty call was a bit harsh but then again that would be a foul outside the box so.....maybe that was fair.
ForeverUnited
Barry superb, simply outstanding in fact, Ashley back to his best, and Big JC fully motivated and up for it. Best performance for weeks, building on last weeks impressive showing at Old Trafford.
glensider
Everton had 57% possession? Am I reading that right? Surely not?
glensider
glensider - If you're putting out your best performances and still not winning, shouldn't that be a concern?
ForeverUnited
Foreverunited: GS said the best performance for weeks! I still haven't given up on fourth spot, it's unlikley but still an outside chance. Arsenal still have the top three to play.
gappy65
Great game and great atmosphere, obvious concerns with some of our players but a lot of positives yesterday.
ASPINALL
How can Moyes be complaining about the penalty? Firstly, we had two very clear penalties and two others that might have been given BEFORE he finally awarded us that one. Secondly, Hibbert should have been off five minutes after his first yellow card for another foul on Ashley. Thirdly, it was as clear cut as you're going to get - he kicked him in the head! Fourth, during the build up to their second goal Cahill blatantly shoved Davies and Jagielka blocked off Friedel by backing in with the referee staring straight at the incidents. I can't stand Howard Webb - he's the new Poll - loves himself.
gmvillan
Talking of fouls on Ashley Young: Tottenham, Man United and now Everton have shown the new tactic - have your right-back whack him to the point that you either have to substitute or move the player. Sad. Imagine what Sir Alex would be saying if his precious Ronaldo was getting the same treatment from full-backs..
gmvillan
Moyes needs to sort his own dirty cheating players about before he moans about blatent penalty decisions
medzy
 

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