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  • Fulham 0-2 Aston Villa: Agbonlahor Double

    Aston Villa reap the full points to keep up finish in fourth position standings. Tottenham Hotspur are being hunted even throw opportunity to add a range of numbers because only a draw play.

    Villa lost no opportunity during hosted Fulham at Craven Cottage, Saturday (30/1/2010). Three additional points were ascertained through a pair of goals from Gabriel Agbonlahor to win 2-0.

    Agbonlahor was born the first goal on 40 minutes after his head welcomes tandukan Stilian Petrov cross was unable to hold Mark Schwarzer in the rule.

    Four minutes later Agbonlahor beraks again. Receive feedback from Carlos Cuellar, left foot kick back Agbonlahor Fulham lodged in the goal.

    Made victory number 40 from the Villa into 23 action, to ride in position six. Villa remains one point from Liverpool in fifth place and two points from Spurs in fourth position. Villa also had one match more than the Spurs and Liverpool.

    Spurs are targeted precisely position the center can only gain one extra point after the offset host Birmingham at St Andrews Stadium.

    Jermain Defoe Spurs make camp cheer on 69 minutes, but the victory is in sight vanished after Liam Ridgewell evened the score at the last minute.

    These results make Spurs position in four major positions on the horns. Not only Liverpool and Villa are threatened, Manchester City had a chance of overtaking. City had three more action from the Spurs despite remaining four digits.


    Fulham: Schwarzer; Hughes, Smalling, Hangeland, Kelly (B Riise '73), Duff, Murphy, Baird, Davies (Gera '23), Zamora, Nevland (Elm '64).

    Villa: Friedel; Cuellar, Collins, Dunne, Young, Downing, Milner, Petrov, Young, Heskey, Agbonlahor.


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