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  • Aston Villa 2-2 Wolverhampton Wonderers: Carew double

    Aston Villa away the opportunity to close the four major English League. Faced with Wolverhampton Wanderers, The Villans had first winner, back left, and eventually the series.

    Playing at home, Villa Park Stadium, Saturday (20/3/2010), Villa should be satisfied with the final score 2-2. Two host goals scored John Carew, while the visitors scored twice through Jody Craddock and James Milner suicide.

    These results make Villa failed to match the points of Tottenham Hotspur who sit in fourth place with a value of 52. Villa only add one number to be 50 and just moved up one strip to rank sixth.

    The game

    The game had lasted 16 minutes, when the Villa opened excellence. From a counterattack, Ashley Young cross took off towards Carew easily cheat the ball into the goal Wolves.

    But Villa supporters cheering lasted just seven minutes. Wolves successfully forced a 1-1 draw position through Craddock goals. This goal stems from a free-kick scheme.

    38th minute, Villa and even turned a left when Milner scored an own goal. Milner turned the ball into his own net while trying to block cross Matthew Jarvis.

    Realized they needed a victory, Villa tried to suppress the Wolves defense in the second half. But the duo Carew and Emile Heskey in the front does not move slightly relative under strict escort opponent.

    Efforts to meet the new Villa at 82 minutes into the fight. Cooperation with Steve Sidwell Carew ended with a goal when Carew turned the ball without being able to kick blocked Sidwell Wolves goalkeeper, Marcus Hahnemann.

    In the remaining time available, no additional goals can be printed both teams. The score became 2-2 game final conclusions.

    Villa: Friedel; Cuellar, Dunne (Albrighton 72), Collins, Warnock; A. Young, Petrov, Milner, Downing (Sidwell 77); Heskey, Carew

    Wolves: Hahnemann; Zubar, Berra, Craddock, Ward (Mancienne 64); Foley, Jones, Guedioura (Elokobi 46), Henry, Jarvis (Iwelumo 89), Doyle


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