Date: 5th October 2019 at 4:59pm
Written by:
Norwich City
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Aston Villa

Carrow Road

Premier League

5/10/2019 3:00 pm

Attendance: 27045

Referee: Madley

Norwich City Aston Villa
Drmic (87) Wesley (14, 30), Grealish (49),
Hourihane (61), Douglas Luiz (83)
McGovern Heaton
Aarons Guilbert
Amadou Engels 75
Godfrey Mings
Lewis Targett
Leitner McGinn
McLean Nakamba
Buendia Hourihane
Stiepermann 76 El Ghazi 64
Cantwell 80 Wesley
84 Grealish


Byram Taylor
Roberts 76 Douglas Luiz 78
Drmic 84 Steer
Srbeny 80 Konsa 75
Idah Trezeguet 64
Famewo Jota
Mair Davis

Game Statistics

21 Goal attempts 22
5 On Target 12
10 Corners 6
14 Fouls 17
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
58 % 42

After yet another disappointing draw for Aston Villa in last weekend’s clash with Burnley, Saturday’s fixture saw us make the trip to Carrow Road to face fellow promoted side, Norwich City.

The gaffer certainly seemed to have the players up for this one, and summer signing Wesley seemed to have some fire in his pants today. It took him only 14 minutes to open the scoring and he completed his brace in the 30th minute. He should’ve had a hattrick but he wasted the first half opportunity from the penalty spot sadly. That didn’t knock us off our stride though and four minutes into the second period, Jack Grealish popped up to get his name on the scoresheet and just after the hour marl, Conor Hourihane had added a fourth.

With Douglas Luiz adding a fifth, Prince George had plenty to celebrate from the stands, but Norwich did grab a late consolation with a couple of minutes remaining on the clock, so the clean sheet in the match eludes us, but we’ll take that won’t we.

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