with a goal of Emiliano Buendia and an anthology shortcut of Emiliano MartinezAston Villa defeated Bournemouth 3-0 at home (start Marcos Senesi) in a match corresponding to the 28th round of the Premier League and keeps the hopes of accessing the positions that give the classification to the next season of European competitions.
The Birmingham team took the lead in the 6th minute of the first half with a goal by the Brazilian Douglas Luiz, after a pass by Jamaican Leon Bailey. Visit then rushed in pursuit of an equalizer and had an unbeatable chance to make it happen in the 16th minute, with a free-kick from the crease in the area that Denmark’s Philip Billing executed, but ran into resistance from Martínez: the selected goalkeeper flew out and sent the ball for a corner.
The fate of the Villa Park duel remained uncertain until, after 35 minutes, the locals extended their lead through Jacob Ramsey. One minute to go the Buendía of Mar del Plata (later replaced by Colombian Jhon Durán) ended the match with a header from Tyrone Mings’ corner from the left.
With this victory, Aston Villa are in 10th place on 38 points, four behind Liverpool and Brighton & Hove Albion’s Alexis McAllister, which occupy the sixth and seventh place in the standings, which give qualification respectively to the next edition of the Europa League and Conference League. Meanwhile, Bournemouth remain second bottom and their stay in the Premier League will be a difficult mission.
Moreover, Tottenham, with Cristian Romero from Cordoba in the starting lineup, missed out on a win which he seemed to have in his pocket: he drew 3-3 as visitors with Southampton at St. Mary’s Stadium.
Spain’s Pedro Porro scored first for the visit after half-time, but Scotland’s Che Adams equalized as the match began. Captain Harry Kane and Croatian Ivan Perisic gave Londoners a comfortable new income. However, Theo Walcott and James Ward-Prowse (from a penalty and already in injury time) equalized and allowed the home side to save the point, which remains anchored in bottom of the table.
In other fixtures on Round 28, Brentford drew 1–1 with Leicester City and Leeds United defeated Wolverhampton 4–2 as visitors.
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