Date: 15th December 2019 at 8:00pm
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There were few positives for Aston Villa fans to take from Saturday’s Premier League defeat to high flying Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, but we are now at least going into a run of fixtures we should be looking for maximum points from. With plenty of negatives this weekend, it’s pretty clear that midfielder Henri Lansbury did not take his opportunity to impress, with the common consensus appearing to be that most fans forgot he was even on the pitch.

29-year-old Lansbury was far from the only poor player on show on Saturday but in his 65 minutes on the pitch, statistics website Whoscored credit him with only 29 touches of the ball, no shots, no telling passes, no aerials won, no dribbles and no tackles.

Fair enough, it was his first start in the league this year so maybe he was a bit rusty, but fans clearly expected far more from him than that.

Was That Lansbury's Final Chance?

It Better Be

It Better Be

The Team Were Poor, Can't Single Him Out

The Team Were Poor, Can't Single Him Out

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