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Liverpool Take The Win But Villa Didn’t Give In – Match Stats


Having put in a much better performance against Burnley at the weekend in our 2-0 victory, few Aston Villa fans knew what to expect as we welcomed Steven Gerrard’s old Liverpool side to Villa Park for our scheduled clash.

It was a frightening start to the game though as Douglas Luiz gave us an early advantage three minutes into the game and we were playing like we were taking the game to them.

Sadly, they equalised three minutes later, but it didn’t knock the players off their stride and we largely matched them when it came to chances. Jurgen Klopp’s side did finish the half stronger, largely helped by some ridiculous calls by Jonathan Moss, but we were still more than in this.

But was that our good half?

Well, the second period was pretty mixed and both teams had decent chances, but from an unforced error – they broke quickly and made it 2-1 in the 65th minute. Danny Ings had a gilt-edged chance to have us back on level terms minutes later but the touch was woeful and it was wasted. If we were going to get anything from this – it felt like that was the moment.

Ings had another chance and did bury the ball in the back of the net, but he was clearly offside, so no complaints with that decision. At least we had kept going though and hadn’t folded.

It might have been a defeat, but a number of fans will see clear positives from the performance – but equally unaddressed negatives.

Liverpool MotM

Douglas Luiz

Douglas Luiz

Lucas Digne

Lucas Digne

Matty Cash

Matty Cash

Ollie Watkins

Ollie Watkins

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Manchester United beat us to the inaugural Prem title in 1992/93, but what was the score when we travelled to Old Trafford?

Aston Villa
1 – 2

Villa Park

Premier League

10/05/2022 9:00 pm

Attendance: 41919

Referee: Jonathan Moss

Aston Villa Liverpool
Douglas Luiz (3) Matip (6), Mane (65)
Martinez Alisson
Cash Alexander-Arnold
Konsa Matip
Mings van Dijk
Digne Tsimikas
Douglas Luiz Keita
Nakamba 62 Fabinho 30
Coutinho 70 Jones 62
McGinn Diaz 72
Watkins 81 Mane
Ings Jota


Sanson Konate
Buendia 70 Thiago Alcantara 62
Traore 81 Milner
Chambers Firmino
Young Salah 72
Olsen Gomez
Carney Chukwuemeka 62 Henderson 30
Chrisene Origi
Iroegbunam Kelleher

Game Statistics

9 Goal attempts 17
4 On Target 6
2 Corners 3
10 Fouls 12
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
39 % 61

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  • Colin says:

    Clearly Liverpool one of the best two teams in the PL so can’t be too unhappy with that result, I thought that we might have given Buendia more time having been MOTM last game but onwards and upwards.

  • Andy5759 says:

    Missing a guilt edged chance should have one gelded rather than gilded. Missing a gilt edged chance on the other hand is just football, it happens all the time.

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