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Manchester City 5 - Aston Villa 0 - Stats

Manchester City
5 - 0
Aston Villa

FA Barclays Premier League

The Etihad Stadium

17/11/12

Attendance: 47, 072

Referee: Jonathan Moss of West Yorkshire

Manchester CityAston Villa
Silva 43′ Aguero 54′ (pen), 67′ Tevez 65′ (pen), 74′
01 Hart     22 Guzan    
03 Maicon     04 Vlaar    
04 Kompany     06 Clark    
22 Clichy     73' 29 Stevens    
33 Nastasic     34 Lowton    
08 Nasri     07 Ireland     62'
18 Barry     15 Westwood    
21 Silva     76' 25 Bannan    
42 Y Toure     11 Agbonlahor    
16 Aguero     69' 20 Benteke     83'
32 Tevez     26 Weimann     62'
Substitutes
30 Pantilimon     01 Given    
05 Zabaleta     32 Baker    
06 Lescott     08 El Ahmadi    
13 Kolarov     73' 12 Albrighton     62'
11 Sinclair     76' 16 Delph    
14 Garcia     14 Holman     62'
10 Dzeko     69' 21 Bowery     83'
Game Statistics
21
Goal Attempts
5
10
On Target
2
9
Corners
3
1
Offside
4
8
Fouls
6
0
Yellow Cards
1
65.7
%
34.3
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: A tremendous day at the Etihad office for Manchester City playing with a Champions swagger. The long threatened league drubbing has finally been realised, the scale of which can be further reflected in The Citizens 548 passes to Villa's 279...The Villans adopted the bus parking - counter attack tactics deployed with failure by Spurs last week. With good reason. City have now amassed 89 points from the last 93 available at home...However, Villa played with fire and had their 2-4 League Cup win here a few weeks back consequently rammed where the sun don't shine...Today was always going to be about a winning result, but 5 goals and another clean sheet for the strongest defence in the top flight are mighty bonuses ahead of a massive week for the club...In conclusion, job done with aplomb and 3 key players bag some extra rest time...Real Madrid and Chelsea, YOU are next. Stats Courtesy Sky Sports/Sporting Life

Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Saturday November 17 2012
Time: 4:51PM

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