Date: 16th May 2009 at 5:15pm
Written by:
Middlesbrough
1 – 1
Aston Villa

The Riverside Stadium

Premier League

16/5/09 - 3pm

Attendance: 27,261

Referee: Mike Riley

MiddlesbroughAston Villa
Sanli (13)Carew (55)
JonesFriedel
BatesMilner
 
WheaterDavies
HuthCuellar
HoyteShorey
O'Neil71Young69
JohnsonPetrov
ArcaBarry
 
Downing22Agbonlahor
SanliCarew
EmnesHeskey

Substitutes

TaylorKnight
McMahonSidwell
TurnbullGardner
ShawkyDelfouneso
Walker71Guzan
King22Clark
GroundsReo-Coker69

Game Statistics

10Goal attempts8
6On Target6
6Corners9
11Fouls16
0Yellow Cards2
0Red Cards0
44%56
 

7 Replies to “Stats: Middlesbrough v Aston Villa 16/5/09 – 3pm”

  • 5 points dropped against a team that has only scored 27 goals in 37 games. 9 less than West Brom. Would have been so nice to send them down. Only our second point in 6 away games after 7 wins on the trot ?????? Don’t normally like stats but our dip in form and MON being unable to win a game in March 3 yers running let alone Feb or April’s rubbish needs addressing.We need to make sure we win next week and send the Toon down just for us suffering fans and our lame home form. Bring on next year ASAP. UTV

  • How is next year going to be any different with the same manager? O’Neill’s supporters say we should have faith in him, yet even they then go on to say that this needs to happen, big money needs to be sent, and a 101 things need to be done differently. O’Neill is what he is, for better or worse. Expect more of the same next season if he’s still manager. Whether that will be good enough for a top half finish or not, time will tell.

  • Aston Steve – post deleted, the first time I suggested, now I’m telling. Debate the points, not the poster.

  • Bye bye 5th. The barcodes will do us easy. We needed 5th for this season to be a success but we’ve thrown it all away. Gutted

  • not sure medzy, certainly won’t go into the game with that much confidence as our home form has been the Achilles heal this season but if we have a good day we can see off the Magpies and Everton have a tough away tie at the resurgent Fulham. Fingers crossed! That said, what will be, it is down to the whole season, not just the last game. Think the momentum was lost after Moscow BUT ALSO the MASSIVE loss of Laursen.

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