Painful scenario deprives Aston Villa of Gal’s victory over Everton

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Aston Villa overcame its hosts Everton, and the two teams drew 1-1 in the match in the 36th round of the English Premier League “Premier League” today, Thursday, at Goodison Park Stadium.

Aston Villa raised its score to 31 points in the 19th place as it is and 3 points from the first survival centers before Watford played against West Ham in the same round.

Everton had 46 points, 11th in the table.

Egyptian duo Mahmoud Hassan “Trezeguet”, and Ahmed Al-Muhammadi participated mainly in the match.

Match events

The dangerous start of the match came in the 8th minute of the match, after Everton’s defense managed to remove a dangerous cross from Trezeguet.

Referee Anthony Taylor calculated a mistake against Trezeguet in the 32nd minute after he overcame the use of force with Everton’s obstruction, but did not count a yellow card against the Egyptian player.

Al-Mohammadi tried over the first half to form attacks from the right side through crosses, but it did not pose a danger to Beckford’s goal.

Mbwana Samata also concluded the first half with a request for medical intervention in order to assist him in what might have a negative impact on Aston Villa in the event of losing the player’s services, however, with the beginning of the second half, he was present naturally with the rest of the team.

Ahmed Al-Muhammadi sent a cross from the right side to head McGen in the 60th minute, but was unable to steer it well to cross the field.

Aston Villa coach Dean Smith decided to replace Trezeguet in the 64th minute, to join Anou Al Ghazi instead.

Ahmed Al-Muhammadi got a yellow card in the 71st minute after he used the hand elbow to block the Everton player who overtook him and tried to kick the ball in a quick counter-attack.

Konsa was able to advance in favor of Aston Villa in the 72nd minute of the match after a straight ball coming from the right side, in which the heart of the defense put its foot and put it in front of Beckford.

Anwar Al-Ghazi missed the opportunity to double the score in the 79th minute, after Jack Greelish sent a wonderful right-wing cross from the right side and received her while he was close to the goal, toppling her over the bar.

Kelvert Loewen would have spoiled today Aston Villa in the 86th minute had he not been toppled the ball he had obtained in front of goal but he shot it near the right post of Baby Rina.

However, what Lewin did not do came from Theo Walcott in the 88th minute after he hit a header against Bibi Reinas goal.

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