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Aston Villa
2 - 2
Man Utd

Premiership

Villa Park

13/11/10 - 12.45pm

Attendance: 40,073

Referee: M. Dean

Aston VillaMan Utd
A. Young (pen 72), Albrighton (76)Macheda (81), Vidic (85)
Friedel     Van der Sar    
L. Young     Evra    
Collins     Ferdinand    
Dunne     Brown    
Warnock     Vidic    
Albrighton     88 Ji-Sung     86
Bannan     Carrick    
Hogg     90 Nani    
Downing     Fletcher    
A. Young     Berbatov     73
Agbonlahor     78 Hernandez     73
Substitutes
Guzan     Amos    
Lichaj     88 Smalling     86
Lowry     Da Silva    
Osbourne     O'Shea    
Herd     90 Gibson    
Johnson     Obertan     73
Delfouneso     78 Macheda     73
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
16
6
On Target
10
9
Corners
7
11
Fouls
9
3
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Saturday November 13 2010
Time: 4:45PM

Comments

0
We absolutely battered them in the 2nd half. a crossbar and a post from one shot, another post 3 mins later. It was all Villa but unfortunately couldn't keep it up once we went 2-0 up. As seems to be the consensus - disappointed but proud.
Adam Deuce
13/11/2010 17:58:00
0
DEAN = *****ing disgrace. why the ***** do we have refs, would be fairer if players reffed them selves...
Tr1dent
13/11/2010 19:10:00
0
Gutted about the draw but we were fantastic, if that is our future team then everyone better watch out.
P.Avfc
13/11/2010 23:25:00
0
That second goal was just superb, clinical - we totally sliced them open. When we went 2-0 up I thought we had the momentum now, we can do this.. let's face it, it'd been mostly Villa the whole game already ! Gutted for the result, no way a fair reflection of the game, but so proud of what I saw I could burst. Petrov, Heskey, RC, Carew.. sorry fellas, you're surplus to requirements. Houllier, get rid and get some fresh cover for the starting XI we saw yesterday. They were ****in superb !
ExpatVillaShirt
13/11/2010 23:51:00
0
Gotta say that I've been posting on this site for five years and never felt so down as I did when MON left...I feared that Ash, Delph, Downing would leave...today I feel proud and very optimistic. What a joy to see Gabby back, Albrighton flying in tandem with Ash, and Downing (always rated him to be fair) showing a new lease of life after a proper pre-season. A proper balanced back four made of real men and selected on form and played in the correct positions!! Excellent effort boys! We're one good lanky striker and quality central MF away from being a very good side again. Palacios and Kalinic/Kenwyne Jones anyone?
koolbill
14/11/2010 00:12:00
0
we are now seeing the real downing now, and if i remember rightly there where alot on this site questioning MON when we bought him, i reckon thats 2 fingers to the doubters from MON
eltoro
14/11/2010 09:48:00
0
Eltoro I salute you!
koolbill
14/11/2010 11:05:00
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