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  • Wigan Athletic 1-2 Aston Villa: Milner great-strike

    Aston Villa enliven the competition for entry into the position of Premier League big four. In their newest action, Villa win by a nose over Wigan Athletic with a 2-1 score.

    In the action in DW Stadium, Tuesday (16/3/2010) , Villa won superiority over the home team as the game entered the 25th minute. Villa scored the opening to create an own goal thanks to James McCarthy.

    Goal occurred after Stewart Downing cross was met with a header by John Carew. Unfortunately for Wigan, was on McCarthy's header and eventually turned into his own goal.

    Score 1-0 but it did not last long, only two minutes. At minute 27, Gary Caldwell managed to break into the Villa net. Caldwell may be grateful to Charles N'Zogbia who provide feedback that cross for his goal.

    The Villans several times to create opportunities, but only on 63 minutes they had scored their second goal. James Milner who is making Martin O'Neil's army was again superior after kicking his right foot from outside the penalty box could not driven by Chris Kirkland.

    2-1 score lasted until the game was over and Villa had the right to three points.

    With this result, Villa remained in the order of seven with a value of 49. They were behind by three points from Tottenham Hotspur, who was in position four and two points from Liverpool in fifth position.

    However, Villa just competed as much as 28 times, compared with the Spurs who had competed 29 times and Liverpool who have competed 30 times.

    There was for Wigan, this defeat made them stuck on the grid with a collection of 15 value of 28.


    Wigan: Kirkland, Boyce, Caldwell, Bramble, Figueroa, Thomas, McCarthy, Diame, N'Zogbia, Moreno, Rodallega. Subs: Stojkovic, Amaya, Scharner, Scotland, Moses, Gomez, Sinclair.

    Aston Villa: Friedel, Cuellar, Dunne, Collins, Warnock, Downing, Milner, Petrov, Ashley Young, Agbonlahor, Carew. Subs: Guzan, Luke Young, Sidwell, Delfouneso, Delph, Heskey, Beye.


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