Date: 19th January 2019 at 5:17pm
Written by:
Aston Villa
2 – 2
Hull City

Villa Park

Championship

19/01/2019 3:00 pm

Attendance: 33619

Referee: Bond

Aston Villa Hull City
Chester (45), Abraham (64) Bowen (27), Evandro (37)
Kalinic Marshall
Hutton Kane
Elphick Burke
Chester de Wijs 45
Taylor Kingsley
Bjarnason
 
75 Bowen
 
91
Adomah 59 Henriksen
 
Hourihane
 
Stewart
 
McGinn Grosicki
Bolasie 59 Evandro 73
Abraham Martin

Substitutes

Steer Lichaj 91
Davis Dicko
Green 59 Milinkovic
El Ghazi 59 Long
Kodjia 75 Batty 73
Elmohamady Campbell
Hause McKenzie 45

Game Statistics

18 Goal attempts 12
2 On Target 4
7 Corners 5
14 Fouls 11
2 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
61 % 39

Aston Villa went into today’s Championship clash against Hull City looking to get back to winning ways.

Head coach Dean Smith’s side were without a win in the last three and were looking to show plenty of improvements following the heavy 3-0 defeat to Wigan Athletic in our last game to get our Play-Off hopes back on track.

After a reasonably bright start, our leaky defence were up to some old tricks and the visitors opened the scoring just ahead of the half-hour mark. Hull quickly made it 2-0, but James Chester did claw one back in the 45th minute to give us some hope in the second half.

We made it 2-2 in the 64th minute as Tammy Abraham got his name on the scoresheet again and that was where the scoring on the day ended.

We continue to be pretty decent at one end of the pitch and utterly woeful at the other.

It should be said though, the draw stopped Hull from making it seven wins on the spin, so they came into the game in very good form and confidence and confidence is something we again look like we’re lacking.

 

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