Date: 16th September 2019 at 9:57pm
Written by:
Aston Villa
0 – 0
West Ham United

Villa Park

Premier League

16/09/2019 8:00 pm

Attendance: 42010

Referee: Dean

Aston Villa West Ham United
Heaton Fabianski
Guilbert 85 Fredericks
Engels Diop
Taylor Masuaku
Nakamba 81 Rice
McGinn Yarmolenko 62
Jota 66 Lanzini
Wesley Felipe Anderson 69
El Ghazi Haller


Douglas Luiz 81 Balbuena 91
Lansbury Zabaleta 69
Steer Snodgrass
Hourihane Jimenez
Konsa Fornals 62
Elmohamady 66 Wilshere
Davis 85 Ajeti

Game Statistics

10 Goal attempts 13
5 On Target 1
2 Corners 4
13 Fouls 12
2 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 1
47 % 53

After the first dull and boring international break, real football returned for September earlier this evening as we welcomed West Ham United to Villa Park, and Aston Villa’s only aim on the night was to take another three points and our second Premier League victory of the 2019/20 campaign.

It was definitely a lively first half and although the wannabee Villans had more of the ball, the better chances fell our way and we really should’ve gone into the half time break with the narrow advantage.

The less said about Anwar El Ghazi antics with Tyrone Mings, the better though.

The second half was certainly a lively and end to end affair, but again the better chances went our way, we just couldn’t convert them. In many ways, the game became more difficult when West Ham were reduced to ten men as they sat deeper, but I think most fans will again be happy with the positives on show, the improvements – but the caveat remains, we can still (and must) do better.

But again, we more than competed and not for the first time this season, the final scoreline could have been different.

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