Date: 28th October 2006 at 5:05pm
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Aston Villa



Attendance: 44 117

LiverpoolAston Villa
Kuyt (31), Crouch (38), Luis Garcia (44)Gabriel Agbonlahor (56)
Jose ReinaThomas Sorensen
Steve FinnanAaron Hughes
Jamie CarragherOlof Mellberg
Sami HyypiaLiam Ridgewell
John Arne RiiseWilfred Bouma
Steven Gerrard81Gabriel Agbonlahor
Xabi AlonsoStiliyan Petrov
Mohamed SissokoIsaiah Osbourne74
Sanz Luis Garcia77Gareth Barry
Dirk KuytJuan Pablo Angel46
Peter Crouch75Milan Baros46


Jermaine Pennant75Stuart Taylor
Boudewijn Zenden77Chris Sutton46
Robbie Fowler81Didier Agathe46
Daniel AggerSteven Davis74
David MartinMartin Laursen

Game Statistics

19Goal attempts7
0On Target0
0Yellow Cards1
0Red Cards0

6 Replies to “Stats: Liverpool v Aston Villa 28/10/2006”

  • Had to come to an end sooner or later, might do them good in the long run and takes away the unbeaten pressure I guess.

  • Well they had to hit a bump in the road, Liverpool needed the performance to help their underfire manager and they did it for him, I dont know who said its a good time to be playing Liverpool but they were wrong.

  • Sorry GLB but what are you trying to ask? Is this some new kind of net-speak or have you just miss-typed something?

  • He played o.k. GLB. started a little nervously, but gradually got into the game. Steve Davis looked lively when he came on, somewhat belatedly. Much better second half showing compared to the rather depressing first half, when quite frankly we were ran ra

  • at the start of the season no pressure, then a winning run and the increasing pressure to keep it going, the boys seemed to struggle more and more as the weeks went by, so now that monkey is off their backs they can go on to bounce back against Chelski UT

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