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Swansea
2 - 2
Aston Villa

Premiership

Liberty Stadium

1/1/13

Attendance: 20,406

Referee: Halsey

SwanseaAston Villa
Routledge (9), Graham (90)Weimann (44), Benteke (pen 84)
Vorm     Guzan    
Chico     Lowton    
Williams     Clark    
Rangel     Bennett    
Davies     Stevens     68
Britton     79 Herd    
Michu     Albrighton     85
Pablo     Westwood     81
Routledge     66 Delph    
De Guzman     62 Benteke    
Graham     Weimann    
Substitutes
Tremmel     Given    
Monk     Lichaj    
Tiendalli     Ireland    
Dyer     66 Bannan     81
Ki Sung-Yeung     62 Carruthers    
Agustien     79 Holman     68
Shechter     Bowery     85
Game Statistics
23
Goal Attempts
8
13
On Target
6
3
Corners
2
7
Fouls
15
0
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
61
%
39

Writer:Mike Field
Date:Tuesday January 1 2013
Time: 5:13PM

Comments

0
heartbreaking. better second half, hopefully the confidence grow!
Gruck
01/01/2013 17:16:00
0
Gutting we couldn't hold on, but let's get some perspective. It's a miracle that we got something from the game and great that we're scoring again. God knows where those 5 minutes came from...shoulda been more like 3. But hey. For a moment there we were above Newcastle. If they lose Ba, I think they'll get sucked in...
olofthegreat
01/01/2013 17:17:00
0
well, at least some incident and a fight back. bizarre game, they could have been 3 or 4 up but hey, you don't take your chances and that is what happens. Would have taken a draw at the start of play to be fair, that was an important game (obviously) and a loss would have been very damaging.
The Fear
01/01/2013 17:18:00
0
Keep the heads up,we're the hell did they get 5 min injury time
kenner
01/01/2013 17:20:00
0
Shame about the VERY late equaliser, would have taken a draw before the game, so fairly happy, but feels like we lost two !
Pride of Lions
01/01/2013 17:42:00
0
Watched the game on a 'stream' - definitely one point gained rather thatn two lost. We should have been three maybe 4 down before we equalised. That first half performance was an absolute horror show. It is blindingly, 100%, in yer face obvious we are perilously close to relegation this season - experience please!
cropped
01/01/2013 17:48:00
0
Huge result but gutted could not hold out. Now at least got two cup games to take further stock and then a totally irrelevant low key game against Soton. Plain sailing really, I wish, I hope, I pray .....
stennyvilla
01/01/2013 17:52:00
0
Great point and great battling.......eventually, but before anyone says it, this definitely AIN'T the turning point in our season
griffgriff
01/01/2013 18:14:00
0
Aston "heartbreakers" Villa. - well done to boys
Lost_In_Ca
01/01/2013 18:29:00
0
The game is all about confindence and man management. Routledge, Williams, Graham, Britton - are they really better than our lads. Course not. They've just been motivated well. Our luck will turn surely.
PiperUK
01/01/2013 18:51:00
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