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Aston Villa 0 - Millwall 0 - Stats

Aston Villa
0 - 0
Millwall

Championship

Villa Park

9/12/17

Attendance: 29,628

Referee: Davies

Aston VillaMillwall
Johnstone     Martin    
Hutton     70 Romeo    
Samba     78 Hutchinson    
Chester     Cooper    
Taylor     Meredith    
Snodgrass     59 Wallace    
Whelan     Tunnicliffe    
Lansbury     Saville    
Adomah     O'Brien     88
Onomah     Morison     82
Davis     Gregory    
Substitutes
Hogan     McLaughlin    
Grealish     59 Craig    
Steer     Williams     88
Hourihane     Thompson    
Bjarnason     King    
Elphick     78 Elliott     82
Elmohamady     70 Twardek    
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
16
1
On Target
8
11
Corners
5
9
Fouls
12
1
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
56
%
44

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday December 9 2017
Time: 5:11PM

Comments

1
When you have an off day you hope that one player is having a good game, thank McGrath that it was Johnstone.
andy5759
09/12/2017 17:19:00
1
Never got going all day - whenever we play teams down the bottom end, its as though the players think they can just turn up and stroll around the pitch for 90 minutes. Johnstone MOM by a mile. Hopefully Jedi and JT aren't too far away from returning,
garygaryshaw
09/12/2017 17:33:00
0
Really disappointed after watching the game. We somehow managed to snatch a point at home to Millwall today, a team that finished 6th in league one last season, with no away win all this season. If not for lady luck and Sam Johnstone they would have fully deserved their first away win today. I could use a multitude of superlatives to describe how we played today (or didn't) but I'll refrain from foul language and be kind and say we were very poor and I think that's being kind. 1......yes 1 shot on target at home, just not good enough. The problem for me is during the course of the last 21 games is that we've seen to many performances of this ilk. On that basis I can not see us getting automatically promoted. With Wolves drawing today we missed a hugh opportunity to close the gap at the top and with Bristol City and Derby winning over the weekend it makes it that bit more closer in the top 6. If Cardiff win Monday night we will be 9 points off 2nd. I'm trying to be optimistic? 25 games to go. Some tough games left in December. Away to Derby next which we really need to win. UTV
DSK78
09/12/2017 17:40:00
0
1 shot on target says it all. Disgraceful ,should get our money back.
HonestDave
09/12/2017 18:15:00
1
Davis does not score. Mucho problemo. Way too much pressure for him. We have a striker problem.
Ali Arab
09/12/2017 18:24:00
0
Utterly pathetic! One shot on target through 90 odd minutes at home is a disgrace. If we carry on like this, it'll be mid table mediocrity at best.
Pride of Lions
09/12/2017 18:28:00
0
Playing badly and winning (or picking up points) is often said to be the sign of a good team. I disagree. Good performances count for me. Over a season a team that performs well most, will get the most points. Luck plays a part on a game to game basis, but a good team to me in the second tier is one that a reasonable number of times plays the opposition off the park, a luxury Villa Park is constantly denied.
stennyvilla
09/12/2017 18:40:00
0
Could hardly look after Elphick came on he's disaster waiting to happen. Why play Davis a lone striker? What was Hogan doing on the bench if not used when we needed a goal?
Les51
09/12/2017 18:41:00
0
Lets not let our heart rule our head. Talk of promotion the way we are playing is delusional. Lucky to get a point today and not for the first time against teams we should be dominating. Keeper saved us an embarrassing score line. We need to adjust/change our tactics at times and include some of our young players in the match day squad, but unfortunately our manager continues with the same old same old. We will win nothing (promotion) playing like this and are very fortunate to be in the position we are in the league.
AV-Mick
09/12/2017 18:52:00
0
Not a good day, suppose we should be glad we didn't lose it playing like that, Bruce needs to be careful about breaking the bank for Onomah. We badly need a good striker,but you can guess who he will use next,which is worrying.
AV Dave
09/12/2017 19:01:00
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