Emery’s torpedo towards the Champions League

Unai Emery’s Aston Villa continues with a firm step in his fight to finish as high as possible in the Premier table. So high, even, that see the Champions League up close, something that seemed unthinkable when the Spanish coach arrived in charge. Although with some more party, He is already 5 points behind Newcastle and Manchester United and on the next day he visits Old Trafford. It also complicates those who come from behind, especially the Liverpool. Spectacular.

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This time it was really hard to win. In a tough game, they scored three golden points against a Fulham team that never gave up. A goal from a corner from Mings was enough to make Emery smile again. His team transmits a feeling of power and craft that inevitably leads him to Europe.

Álex Moreno was very good in the first half, entering from the left. Several occasions were born by his sector, although the goal came from a set piece. McGinn put a great ball with his left foot and Mings combed at the near post.

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The advantage indicated a placid game for Villa, but none of that. After the break everything changed and it was Fulham who went on the attack. He did not have very clear chances until the end, when a goal was disallowed for offside. Villa Park breathed and Emery too. The growth as a team in recent weeks It brings them closer to the Europa League and, why not, even to the Champions League…

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  • 1

    Emiliano Martinez

  • fifteen

    Alex Moreno
    (76′)

  • 5

    Tyrone Mings

  • 4

    Ezri Konsa Ngoyo

  • 18

    Ashley Young
    (84′)

  • 7

    McGinn

  • 32

    leander dendoncker

  • 10

    emi buendía

  • 6

    douglas luiz

  • 41

    Jacob Ramsey
    (76′)

  • eleven

    Ollie Watkins

  • Dock
  • 27

    worthy
    (76′)

  • 58

    Tommy O’Reilly

  • 9

    Bertrand Traore
    (76′)

  • 25

    Robin Olsen

  • 3

    diego carlos

  • 38

    Viljami Sinisalo

  • 22

    John Duran

  • 16

    Chambers
    (84′)

  • 56

    Sebastian Revan

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  • 17

    Log

  • 13

    Tim Ream

  • 4

    adarabioyo

  • 2

    Tete
    (67′)

  • 42

    robinson

  • 6

    Reed
    (82′)

  • 8

    Harry Wilson
    (16′)

  • 26

    Joao Palhinha

  • 18

    Andreas Pereira
    (67′)

  • eleven

    Soloman Manor
    (66′)

  • twenty-one

    daniel james

  • Dock
  • 30

    Carlos
    (66′)

  • 7

    Kebano
    (82′)

  • 14

    Bobby Reid
    (16′)

  • 1

    Rodak

  • 12

    Cedric Soares
    (67′)

  • 28

    Sasa Lukic

  • 5

    Duffy

  • 31

    Issa Diop

  • 10

    cairney
    (67′)

Changes

Bobby De Cordova-Reid (16′, Harry Wilson), Carlos Vinicius (66′, Manor Solomon), Cedric Soares (67′, Kenny Tete), Tom Cairney (67′, Andreas Pereira), Lucas Digne (76′, Alex Moreno), Bertrand Traore (76′, Jacob Ramsey), Neeskens Kebano (82′, Harrison Reed), Calum Chambers (84′, Ashley Young)

goals

1-0, 20′: Tyrone Mings

cards

Referee: Thomas Bramall
VAR Referee: Tony Harrington, Natalie Aspinall
Bobby Reid (46′,Yellow) Ashley Young (73′,Yellow) Joao Palhinha (78′,Yellow) Emiliano Martinez (87′,Yellow) Bertrand Traore (88′,Yellow)

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