Date: 3rd March 2021 at 8:11pm
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Sheffield United
1 – 0
Aston Villa

Bramall Lane

Premier League

3/03/2021 6:00 pm

Attendance: 0

Referee: Robert Jones

Sheffield United Aston Villa
McGoldrick (30)
Ramsdale Martinez
Baldock Elmohamady
Ampadu Konsa
Jagielka
 
Mings
Bryan Targett
Stevens McGinn
Lundstram Nakamba 68
Norwood Ramsey 68
Fleck Traore 81
McGoldrick
 
73 Watkins
Brewster 60 El Ghazi

Substitutes

McBurnie 89 Heaton
Sharp Taylor
Mousset Douglas Luiz
Lowe Trezeguet
Burke 60/89 Barkley 68
Foderingham Engels
Osborn 73 Sanson 68
Ndiaye Davis 81
Maguire Hayden

Game Statistics

9 Goal attempts 16
2 On Target 4
2 Corners 7
13 Fouls 6
1 Yellow Cards 0
1 Red Cards 0
28 % 72

Following on from our fantastic and professional victory over Leeds United our midweek clash with Sheffield United was set to be another decent battle.

United’s results have fallen off a cliff this season, but they still aren’t a side that rolls over for anyone and clearly head coach Dean Smith was pleased with what he saw in our last match, as he named an unchanged side.

We also looked like we’d picked up where we left off in the last game, and arguably should’ve been ahead prior to the 15 minute mark but sadly John McGinn wasn’t quite Super enough. We definitely should’ve been ahead by minute 25 as Ollie Watkins was taken out in the box, but with VAR having a night off, predictably the referee didn’t see it that way.

It was surely only a matter of time, or was it going to be one of those nights?

Some things never change, it was another one of those nights and having fallen asleep in defence, they nipped in to open the scoring even though we were largely in charge of the game. Further chances went begging and even when United were reduced to ten men just ahead of the hour mark, we just couldn’t make our control count and we didn’t test their goalkeeper anywhere near as often as we should’ve done.

Disappointing – no other way of describing it.

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One Reply to “United Hold On As Villa Disappoint Again – Match Stats”

  • Shocking result tonight can’t beat the rock bottom team with 10 men, sorry but thats not acceptable look at the stats. 72% possession 15 shots. 7 corners no goals, we can forget Europe just lucky that we have points on the board. Send Barclay back to Chelsea he’s not up to it ,we need to break the Bank for Abrahams we need someone to put the ball in the back of the net, we’re expecting miles too much from Watkins he needs help. Worried about the Wolves game now this must have given them confidence let’s be honest we couldn’t hit a barn door.
    Very disappointed with this it’s clearly obvious that we need Jack back and the sooner the better.

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