Date: 18th September 2019 at 6:55am
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There was certainly plenty to talk about from Aston Villa’s Premier League clash with West Ham United on Monday evening at Villa Park, few fans ahead of kick-off would’ve expected a momentary set of handbags between Tyrone Mings and Anwar El Ghazi to be up for debate.

In a game we should’ve won given the chances we created, and with how well we nullified their attack, the main topic after the match was the, unfortunately, ‘heat of the moment’ coming together between our two permanent summer arrivals.

“Squashed In The Dressing Room” – Jack Comments On Villa’s Unfortunate Flashpoint Against West Ham

The video is pretty innocuous really and we’ve all seen far worse on a football pitch, but it was still referred to the Video Assistant Referee technology but thankfully they didn’t see anything else in the coming together of heads.

Reacting to the incident on social media, fans certainly had wide-ranging and contradictory responses to the moment of madness. As a one-off its passion, leadership and it happens, it can only be a one-off though for me.

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