Date: 1st April 2006 at 5:36pm
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Aston Villa



Attendance: 38,183

Arsenal Aston Villa
Adebayor (19)Henry (25, 46), Van Persie (72), Diaby (80)
Jens Lehmann Thomas Sorensen
Emmanuel Eboue 67 Ulises De la Cruz 51
Kolo Toure Aaron Hughes
Philippe Senderos Liam Ridgewell
Mathieu Flamini Wilfred Bouma
Robert Pires Lee Hendrie
Francesc Fabregas 15 Gavin McCann
Gilberto Silva Steven Davis
Jose Antonio Reyes Gareth Barry 51
Emmanuel Adebayor Kevin Phillips 45
Thierry Henry 65 Luke Moore


Vassiriki Diaby 15 Craig Gardner
Aleksander Hleb Gary Cahill 51
Johan Djourou 67 Juan Pablo Angel 45
Manuel Almunia Gabriel Agbonlahor 51
Robin Van Persie 65 Stuart Taylor

Game Statistics

20 Goal attempts 9
16 On Target 4
8 Corners 7
0 Fouls 0
0 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
73 % 27

10 Replies to “Stats: Arsenal v Aston Villa 01/04/2006”

  • Oh dear oh dear. Consider our next two games and there might be a call for the successful reserve team to all be called up for first team duty!! I just wonder if Doug fancies giving DO’L the boot before the games……………………….

  • 🙁 Can’t believe the possession figure? Surely the least you would expect would be for the players to not give the Arsenal lads time to settle? We were never going to win this, but there was no need for that thrashing. Worrying that Barry had to go of

  • Oh dearie me, I one of those shots on target was the pass back to Lehmann after Arsenal put the ball out for Eboue’s injury…

  • Yet again the game stats make for very depressing reading. I dont think that realistically too many of us expected anything out of the game points wise, but this sadly ended up being yet another humiliating spanking. I have to admit to getting just a teen

  • 16 attempts on target I am surprised it was only 5… they really should be more clinical and learn to kill teams off. Our confidence is now officially “shot to bits” locate the exit and leave!

  • afraid to say chaps you were dreadfull. i think the problem your team has, is that it has not had the investment that it should have done. DOL is an excellent manager he just needs somemore money!!

  • What a disastrous result but I sort of expected it. The Gunners are on fire and what we must do now is concentrate on winning these next two vital games. If we don’t then, DO’L has no excuse!

  • Would love to see the proof that DOL is an excellent manager. He rode on the crest of the wave to get Leeds to 4th following George Grahams foundation work. Since that high, he has season-on-season seen his teams finish lower and lower. This trend cont

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