Date: 2nd December 2006 at 5:06pm
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Portsmouth
2 – 2
Aston Villa

Fratton Park

02/12/2006

Attendance: 20 042

PortsmouthAston Villa
Taylor (52, 80 pen)Barry (37 pen) Angel (82)
David JamesStuart Taylor
Glen JohnsonOlof Mellberg
Linvoy PrimusGary Cahill
Sol CampbellLiam Ridgewell
 
Noe PamarotGareth Barry
 
Gary O'NeilStiliyan Petrov
Manuel FernandesGavin McCann
Miguel Pedro Mendes
 
 
Isaiah Osbourne
 
Matthew TaylorSteven Davis91+
LuaLua34Milan Baros
 
78
Nwankwo Kanu86Gabriel Agbonlahor

Substitutes

Jamie AshdownRobert Olejnik
Benjani Mwaruwari34Juan Pablo Angel78
Richard Hughes86Aaron Hughes91+
Niko KranjcarCraig Gardner
David ThompsonWilfred Bouma

Game Statistics

18Goal attempts8
6On Target4
6Corners7
0Fouls0
2Yellow Cards4
1Red Cards0
55%45
 

9 Replies to “Stats: Portsmouth v Aston Villa 02/12/2006”

  • To be fair, it looks like that Pompey probably deserved it more. Will watch the highlights tonight to see if that changes my opinion, if it doesn’t, a great point earnt!

  • I listened to it on the official site radio cast. Sounded like a great second half and Villa deserved at least a draw from it

  • I enjoyed the game, particularly the second half when we gave as good as we got. Deserved the draw. Milan looked none too happy at being subbed. Decent day out, despite delays getting down there, but a big improvement on Wednesday night.

  • Transfer rumours today suggest Newcastle want Bent from Charlton are willing to offer Carr & Milner in exchange. This does suggest they are willing to offload Milner should we still be interested.

  • If Charlton are prepared to offload Bent, shouldn’t we be going for him too? Could be a 20 goal a season striker given the right service. If he can score goals at Charlton then he can score goals anywhere

  • Merse made it sound like we should have had the 3 points in all fairness. Sounded like a cracking 2nd half.

  • We obviously were at quite different games Newman. Over the ninety minutes we fully deserved a share of the spoils.

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