Date: 10th November 2019 at 5:08pm
Written by:
Wolverhampton Wanderers
2 – 1
Aston Villa


Premier League

10/11/2019 2:00 pm

Attendance: 31607

Referee: Taylor

Wolverhampton Wanderers Aston Villa
Neves (41), Jimenez (84) Trezeguet (90+2)
Rui Patricio Steer 8
Dendoncker Guilbert
Coady Konsa
Doherty Targett 45+3
Neves 86 McGinn
Joao Moutinho
Castro Otto
Douglas Luiz
Traore El Ghazi
Jimenez 90 Wesley
83 Trezeguet


Bennett 86 Taylor 45+3
Neto 83 Chester
Cutrone 90 Lansbury 69
Ruddy Hourihane
Perry Nyland 8
Vinagre Kodjia
Kilman Elmohamady

Game Statistics

17 Goal attempts 13
5 On Target 4
6 Corners 3
17 Fouls 8
4 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
50 % 50

Aston Villa fans were eagerly awaiting our first derby clash of the year against Wolverhampton Wanderers earlier this afternoon and recent form had them as the favourites, but there was certainly every reason for confidence given our performance against Liverpool.

Jack Grealish was once again out as he didn’t make it and we also saw Jed Steer replace Tom Heaton between the sticks, with Ezri Konsa coming in for Bjorn Engels.

It felt like it was going to be one of those days, and Steer only lasted eight minutes before finding himself substituted by Orjan Nyland. We were far from our best and the hosts made hard work of it, finally taking the lead shortly before the break. A second goal followed inside of the final ten minutes before Trezeguet grabbed us a consolation.

Finishing at 2-1 there will undoubtedly be those who feel first half we could’ve been dead and buried, but with second half improvements, we were again somewhat unfortunate to have come out with nothing to show for our efforts but there’s no denying Wolves had the better efforts on the day.

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