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  • Hull City 0-2 Aston Villa: Agbonlahor great-finish

    Liverpool temporarily displaced from the euro zone, following the victory over Hull City, Aston Villa. Three points bring Martin O'Neill's men climbed into sixth.

    Villa beat hosts 2-0 in a match in Hull's Kingston Communications Stadium, Wednesday (21/4/2010) .

    Gabriel Agbonlahor silence host supporter over his goal at minute 13. Starting from a bait John Carew, Agbonlahor whose positions are to the right goalpost off a shot that failed to Hull goalkeeper Matt Duke was stopped.

    The host had chances to score through waves of attacks that occur minute-26. Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink gunfire could be thwarted by Brad Friedel. Further opportunities both owned by Kevin Kilbane could denied by defender John Collins.

    Hull opportunity three minutes after the restart through Steven Mouyokolo can be stopped by Villa goalkeeper Brad Friedel.

    67 minutes, the action kicking Agbonlahor thwart Duke released from Hull left the penalty box.

    Villa added advantage in the 76th minute through a penalty of James Milner. There were 12 right-kick awarded after George Boateng to violations in the forbidden box. Score 2-0 for Villa last until the game is closed.

    Additional three digits to make the Villans climbed into sixth displacing Liverpool. Gabriel Agbonlahor et al. now has 61 points, two points ahead of the Reds.

    This victory also makes Villa enliven the seizure of the four major positions. Villa only missed three points from Tottenham Hotspur in the fourth ladder and one point from Manchester City in fifth place.


    Hull City: Duke; Mouyokolo, Sonko, Dawson, McShane; Cairney (Geovanni 70), Boateng, Fagan; Jan Vennegoor (Altidore 55)
    Aston Villa: Friedel; Dunne, Collins, Warnock, Cuellar; Petrov (Sidwell 84), Milner, Downing, Young; Agbonlahor, Carew (Heskey 90)


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