A harsh landing for Aston Villa

A harsh landing for Aston Villa

(Aston Villa – Newcastle 1-3) Aston Villa could be about to enter into a close battle in the English Premier League. Alex Moreno (30 years old) had a violent encounter with the post when he scored an own goal.

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The last five matches in the league resulted in only one win. A week before Christmas, Aston Villa were just one point off the top spot. This week, at worst, it could be eight points.

On Tuesday night, it suffered a humiliating loss at home to Newcastle, which led 3-0 before Aston Villa recovered.

Aston Villa's last five league matches:

  • Sheffield U (H): 0–0.
  • Manchester United (B): lost 3-2.
  • Burnley (H): won 3-2.
  • Everton (B): 0–0.
  • Newcastle (H): lost 3-1.

Fabian Schar made it 1-0 and 2-0 to Newcastle before Alex Moreno put the ball into his own net to make it 3-0 early in the second half.

Aston Villa came out stronger and reduced the score to 1-3 through Ollie Watkins.

– Aston Villa player John McGinn says in an interview with Viaplay: – The series should have ended without a loss at home.

– The margins went against us tonight.

This is Newcastle's first victory after four consecutive defeats against Luton, Nottingham Forest, Liverpool and Manchester City. In the upcoming matches, the black and white scheme has the opportunity to avenge the losses against Luton and Nottingham Forest, and then follow Bournemouth before Newcastle's departure to Arsenal.

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– Eddie Howe has his share of credit for this victory through good strategy, says Lars Tiarnas as Viaplay's expert commentator.

Pat Niven, as an expert BBC commentator, also praised Howe for the job he did in turning things around for Newcastle.

– We knew how difficult it was to beat Aston Villa away from home. We pushed them hard and didn't give them time,” Fabian Schar tells Viaplay.

– We are on the right track, and the Swiss continue.

– Huge rise for Newcastle with two consecutive away wins – one in the cup and one in the league, says Tjærnås. In the FA Cup, it was 2-0 away to Fulham.

– This means a lot to the team that was interrogated. They played smart, says Jan Åge Fjørtoft at Viaplay studio.

Newcastle inflicted their first home defeat of the season against Aston Villa.

Alexander Isaac

Tottenham will play against Brentford on Wednesday, and then Aston Villa risks losing fourth place in the table.

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