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Hull City 0 - Aston Villa 2 - Stats

Hull City
0 - 2
Aston Villa

Premiership

KC Stadium

21/4/10 - 7.45pm

Attendance: 23,842

Referee: Dean

Hull CityAston Villa
Agbonlahor (13), Milner (pen 75)
Duke     Friedel    
Dawson     Cuellar    
McShane     Dunne    
Mouyokolo     Collins    
Sonko     Warnock    
Kilbane     84 Downing    
Boateng     Milner    
Bullard     Petrov     84
Cairney     70 A. Young    
Fagan     Carew     94
V of Hesselink     54 Agbonlahor    
Substitutes
Myhill     Guzan    
Cooper     L. Young    
Barmby     Beye    
Geovanni     70 Sidwell     84
Olofinjana     84 Reo-Coker    
Altidore     54 Delfouneso    
Cullen     Heskey     94
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
11
4
On Target
6
11
Corners
9
8
Fouls
7
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
48
%
52
Comments...
Puts us nicely back into a prime position for the Europa League next season and puts us back within hope of maybe a Top 4 spot although sadly it's still for others to lose rather than us to win.

Not a great game by any stretch of the imagination. Hull weren't really out of it until our second goal, and the sad thing is we should've put the game beyond their hope long before they got back into it and caused us problems.

That said though it was a decent performance and there's plenty of things to be happy about tonight - not least the 3 points we desperately needed. Time to enjoy it and look forward to the weekend I think.

Writer:Mike Field
Date:Wednesday April 21 2010
Time: 9:53PM

Comments

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3 more wins! COV!!!
benji_starsky_avfc
21/04/2010 21:56:00
0
I've never seen John Carew move so fast....!!!!
MASON_PARKER
21/04/2010 22:08:00
0
even id say that it is very unlikely that we will get 4th but i do think we are on track for getting fifth which would be an improvement from last season and it would mean that we'd propably need to beat city and if we do that or get a draw with them they wont make top 4 which means that we will probably be able to have a crack at top 4 next season because they wont have the pull of top 4 so wont be able to bring in those top quality players :)
Avillian136
21/04/2010 22:13:00
0
Carew has never moved so fast....well...not since the rocket club when the dances were on offer....
AVFC4ME
22/04/2010 01:49:00
0
I was responding to RiF, but forgot to put it in post.
144wittonlane
22/04/2010 08:20:00
0
Yid_from_India - the key word in your statement is IF. There are still if's for all teams, so until it's a mathematical impossibility we are definitely in with a chance!
splatt
22/04/2010 09:40:00
0
So, revdpete, exactly how does this 'rooting and tooting from the pulpit' go? Hymns from the Villa hymn book? I know that to some people football is a religion, but surely not religion is football? An answer from the archbishop please. ;-)
144wittonlane
22/04/2010 17:07:00
0
Hull are doomed I tell you - feckin doomed!
merlin
22/04/2010 19:40:00
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