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  • Aston Villa 1-0 Everton: Luke Young brilliant-strike, Friedle great-save

    Everton play Dominant against Aston Villa, the Premier League continued at the Villa Park, Sunday (29/08/2010). However, they were forced to give up 0-1 by the host, due to the single goal defender Luke Young in the ninth minute, and brilliant save by Friedel.

    Playing at home, the Villa game difficulty overcoming the short passes Everton. However, at the first opportunity to attack, they managed to finish with a goal.

    The goal was not much change the course of the game. Everton still dominate and put pressure. However, the flow of feed rambling and hesitant attitude of their players when he gets fired space, making frequent attacks foundered captured opponents.

    However, Everton could not create chances instead. At minute 17, Steven Pienaar managed to reach the Leighton Baines bait and fired a shot which unfortunately strayed from the target.

    Games have not changed much in the second round. Everton are still dominating, but the difficulty creating chances and Villa much depressed, but effective in exploiting opportunities.

    In the first five minutes of the second half, for example, Villa had two opportunities through John Carew and Ashley Young. However, it was only the second execution led to the goal-kick.

    Everton themselves capable of creating at least two opportunities, which should have led to touchdowns. In the 63rd minute, for example, Jack Rodwell Arteta gore bait toward the goal, which unfortunately misses the point. In fact, goalkeeper Brad Friedel was in the wrong position.

    Continue to experience failure, Everton refused to relax the pressure. With the scheme and the intensity that was almost not changed, they kept trying to catch up. Unfortunately, their efforts were not enough to avoid defeat.

    Friedel save double from Saha effort at the end of match.

    During the 90 minutes, Villa possesion ball 32 percent and accurate off five shots from 15 businesses. Meanwhile, Everton created six golden opportunity from 23 experiments.

    Team Line-up:

    Aston Villa: 1-Brad Friedel; 3-Stephen Warnock, 5-Richard Dunne, 29-James Collins, 2-Luke Young; 6-Stewart Downing, 19-Stiliyan Petrov, Ashley Young's seven-, 20-Nigel Reo-Coker, 12 -Marc Albrighton, 10-John Carew (11-Gabriel Agbonlahor 68)
    Everton: 24-Tim Howard; 3-Leighton Baines, 15-Sylvain Distin, 6-Phil Jagielka, 2-Tony Hibbert (5-John Heitinga 81), 20-Steven Pienaar, 25-Marouane Fellaini, Mikel Arteta, 10, 26 -Jack Rodwell (23-Seamus Coleman 70), 17-Tim Cahill, 16-Jermaine Beckford (8-Louis Saha 56)


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