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Aston Villa
1 - 0
Manchester City

Barclays Premier League

Villa Park

22/01/11

Attendance: 37,315

Referee: Howard Webb

Aston VillaManchester City
Bent (18)
Brad Friedel     Joe Hart    
Carlos Cuellar     Jerome Boateng    
James Collins     Kolo Toure    
Richard Dunne     Vincent Kompany    
Ciaran Clark     Aleksandar Kolarov    
Marc Albrighton     Nigel De Jong    
Stiliyan Petrov     (88) Gareth Barry     (57)
Stewart Downing     David Silva    
Gabriel Agbonlahor     Toure Yaya    
Ashley Young     Carlos Tevez    
Darren Bent     Edin Dzeko    
Substitutes
Andy Marshall     Shay Given    
Robert Pires     Pablo Zabaleta    
Nathan Delfouneso     James Milner    
Nigel Reo-Coker     (88) Adam Johnson     (57)
Barry Bannan     Joleon Lescott    
Chris Herd     Patrick Vieira    
Nathan Baker     Jo    
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
24
8
On Target
14
2
Corners
13
1
Offside
2
11
Fouls
11
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
45
%
55
Comments...
A stubborn but resolute Villa defence held the line after Darren Bent scored on his debut for the Midlands side.

I would have to say City may have blown their title chances and perhaps now we should concentrate on finishing in the top four.

Well done Villa.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday January 23 2011
Time: 8:36AM

Comments

0
Its not sour grapes when I say that Villa were lucky, but the fault lies with City in a ver poor first half showing. Not seen barry have a decent game yet against his old Club and when he was subbed, that when we started to dominate. Credit to Dunney and his mates for keeping us out and he did a top job on Dzeko. Bob take note man for man marking does work.
Buzz Lightyear
23/01/2011 09:25:00
0
thanks for the compliments :D bt seriously u r in 3 rd place how can u just write ureself off like that if u carry on consistently getting gd results and teams above u drop points ur right back in it + u still have to play man u anyway i think, and arsenal always drop off at the end of the season and are always too inconsistent for the title so u dont even need to worry about them
Avillian136
23/01/2011 10:00:00
0
Though yesterday was just a bad day for man city. Passed it around nicely but literally got nowhere with not really a clear chance. You will definately get champions league because you are a great team and could of easily won yesterday, good game, frustrating from city's point of view but i wont complain.
P.Avfc
23/01/2011 14:22:00
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