EUROPEAN FOOTBALL: VILLA SUFFER SETBACK Aston Villa suffered a major setback in their chase for European football in the new season after they were beaten at home by Manchester United. The midlands club scored first before a strong second half performance from the Red Devils led to a 3-1 win for the visitors at Villa Park. Manchester United needed to win the game against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon to delay the title party for city rivals Manchester City who had fluffed their lines around 24 hours earlier. Manchester City were made to wait to confirm their Premier League title after the defeat to Chelsea at home despite going ahead through Raheem Sterling. Sergio Aguero is the leading goalscorer in the history of Manchester City and he could have given his team a second goal almost at the end of the first half but his tame spot kick was saved by Blues shot stopper Edouard Mendy after young Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour was penalised for a foul. Chelsea came back to win the game 2-1 with two goals from Moroccan Hakim Ziyech and Spanish fullback Marcos Alonso. With the defeat at home to Chelsea, Manchester City had to rely on Aston Villa to beat Manchester United for them to win the title. At the end of the first half against Chelsea, Manchester City were 45 minutes away from winning the title and that was what happened at Villa Park. The Citizens were 45 minutes away from the Premier League title after Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore gave Villa a 1-0 lead at the interval following his unstoppable strike at the start of the game only for the Red Devils to come out fighting in the second half. Aston Villa was unable to cope with the Manchester United firepower as they succumbed to goals from Bruno Fernandes (penalty), Mason Greenwood and substitute EdinsonCavani. Villa had star striker Ollie Watkins sent off in the final minutes of the game for simulation. The newly capped England international was already on a yellow card before he received another one for diving in the Manchester United box.Aston Villa suffered a major setback in their chase for European football in the new season after they were beaten at home by Manchester United. The midlands club scored first before a strong second half performance from the Red Devils led to a 3-1 win for the visitors at Villa Park. Manchester United needed to win the game against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon to delay the title party for city rivals Manchester City who had fluffed their lines around 24 hours earlier. Manchester City were made to wait to confirm their Premier League title after the defeat to Chelsea at home despite going ahead through Raheem Sterling. Sergio Aguero is the leading goalscorer in the history of Manchester City and he could have given his team a second goal almost at the end of the first half but his tame spot kick was saved by Blues shot stopper Edouard Mendy after young Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour was penalised for a foul. Chelsea came back to win the game 2-1 with two goals from Moroccan Hakim Ziyech and Spanish fullback Marcos Alonso. With the defeat at home to Chelsea, Manchester City had to rely on Aston Villa to beat Manchester United for them to win the title. At the end of the first half against Chelsea, Manchester City were 45 minutes away from winning the title and that was what happened at Villa Park. The Citizens were 45 minutes away from the Premier League title after Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore gave Villa a 1-0 lead at the interval following his unstoppable strike at the start of the game only for the Red Devils to come out fighting in the second half. Aston Villa was unable to cope with the Manchester United firepower as they succumbed to goals from Bruno Fernandes (penalty), Mason Greenwood and substitute EdinsonCavani. Villa had star striker Ollie Watkins sent off in the final minutes of the game for simulation. The newly capped England international was already on a yellow card before he received another one for diving in the Manchester United box.Aston Villa suffered a major setback in their chase for European football in the new season after they were beaten at home by Manchester United. The midlands club scored first before a strong second half performance from the Red Devils led to a 3-1 win for the visitors at Villa Park. Manchester United needed to win the game against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon to delay the title party for city rivals Manchester City who had fluffed their lines around 24 hours earlier. Manchester City were made to wait to confirm their Premier League title after the defeat to Chelsea at home despite going ahead through Raheem Sterling. Sergio Aguero is the leading goalscorer in the history of Manchester City and he could have given his team a second goal almost at the end of the first half but his tame spot kick was saved by Blues shot stopper Edouard Mendy after young Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour was penalised for a foul. Chelsea came back to win the game 2-1 with two goals from Moroccan Hakim Ziyech and Spanish fullback Marcos Alonso. With the defeat at home to Chelsea, Manchester City had to rely on Aston Villa to beat Manchester United for them to win the title. At the end of the first half against Chelsea, Manchester City were 45 minutes away from winning the title and that was what happened at Villa Park. The Citizens were 45 minutes away from the Premier League title after Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore gave Villa a 1-0 lead at the interval following his unstoppable strike at the start of the game only for the Red Devils to come out fighting in the second half. Aston Villa was unable to cope with the Manchester United firepower as they succumbed to goals from Bruno Fernandes (penalty), Mason Greenwood and substitute EdinsonCavani. Villa had star striker Ollie Watkins sent off in the final minutes of the game for simulation. The newly capped England international was already on a yellow card before he received another one for diving in the Manchester United box.

EUROPEAN FOOTBALL: VILLA SUFFER SETBACK Aston Villa suffered a major setback in their chase for European football in the new season after they were beaten at home by Manchester United. The midlands club scored first before a strong second half performance from the Red Devils led to a 3-1 win for the visitors at Villa Park. Manchester United needed to win the game against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon to delay the title party for city rivals Manchester City who had fluffed their lines around 24 hours earlier. Manchester City were made to wait to confirm their Premier League title after the defeat to Chelsea at home despite going ahead through Raheem Sterling. Sergio Aguero is the leading goalscorer in the history of Manchester City and he could have given his team a second goal almost at the end of the first half but his tame spot kick was saved by Blues shot stopper Edouard Mendy after young Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour was penalised for a foul. Chelsea came back to win the game 2-1 with two goals from Moroccan Hakim Ziyech and Spanish fullback Marcos Alonso. With the defeat at home to Chelsea, Manchester City had to rely on Aston Villa to beat Manchester United for them to win the title. At the end of the first half against Chelsea, Manchester City were 45 minutes away from winning the title and that was what happened at Villa Park. The Citizens were 45 minutes away from the Premier League title after Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore gave Villa a 1-0 lead at the interval following his unstoppable strike at the start of the game only for the Red Devils to come out fighting in the second half. Aston Villa was unable to cope with the Manchester United firepower as they succumbed to goals from Bruno Fernandes (penalty), Mason Greenwood and substitute EdinsonCavani. Villa had star striker Ollie Watkins sent off in the final minutes of the game for simulation. The newly capped England international was already on a yellow card before he received another one for diving in the Manchester United box.Aston Villa suffered a major setback in their chase for European football in the new season after they were beaten at home by Manchester United. The midlands club scored first before a strong second half performance from the Red Devils led to a 3-1 win for the visitors at Villa Park. Manchester United needed to win the game against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon to delay the title party for city rivals Manchester City who had fluffed their lines around 24 hours earlier. Manchester City were made to wait to confirm their Premier League title after the defeat to Chelsea at home despite going ahead through Raheem Sterling. Sergio Aguero is the leading goalscorer in the history of Manchester City and he could have given his team a second goal almost at the end of the first half but his tame spot kick was saved by Blues shot stopper Edouard Mendy after young Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour was penalised for a foul. Chelsea came back to win the game 2-1 with two goals from Moroccan Hakim Ziyech and Spanish fullback Marcos Alonso. With the defeat at home to Chelsea, Manchester City had to rely on Aston Villa to beat Manchester United for them to win the title. At the end of the first half against Chelsea, Manchester City were 45 minutes away from winning the title and that was what happened at Villa Park. The Citizens were 45 minutes away from the Premier League title after Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore gave Villa a 1-0 lead at the interval following his unstoppable strike at the start of the game only for the Red Devils to come out fighting in the second half. Aston Villa was unable to cope with the Manchester United firepower as they succumbed to goals from Bruno Fernandes (penalty), Mason Greenwood and substitute EdinsonCavani. Villa had star striker Ollie Watkins sent off in the final minutes of the game for simulation. The newly capped England international was already on a yellow card before he received another one for diving in the Manchester United box.Aston Villa suffered a major setback in their chase for European football in the new season after they were beaten at home by Manchester United. The midlands club scored first before a strong second half performance from the Red Devils led to a 3-1 win for the visitors at Villa Park. Manchester United needed to win the game against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon to delay the title party for city rivals Manchester City who had fluffed their lines around 24 hours earlier. Manchester City were made to wait to confirm their Premier League title after the defeat to Chelsea at home despite going ahead through Raheem Sterling. Sergio Aguero is the leading goalscorer in the history of Manchester City and he could have given his team a second goal almost at the end of the first half but his tame spot kick was saved by Blues shot stopper Edouard Mendy after young Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour was penalised for a foul. Chelsea came back to win the game 2-1 with two goals from Moroccan Hakim Ziyech and Spanish fullback Marcos Alonso. With the defeat at home to Chelsea, Manchester City had to rely on Aston Villa to beat Manchester United for them to win the title. At the end of the first half against Chelsea, Manchester City were 45 minutes away from winning the title and that was what happened at Villa Park. The Citizens were 45 minutes away from the Premier League title after Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore gave Villa a 1-0 lead at the interval following his unstoppable strike at the start of the game only for the Red Devils to come out fighting in the second half. Aston Villa was unable to cope with the Manchester United firepower as they succumbed to goals from Bruno Fernandes (penalty), Mason Greenwood and substitute EdinsonCavani. Villa had star striker Ollie Watkins sent off in the final minutes of the game for simulation. The newly capped England international was already on a yellow card before he received another one for diving in the Manchester United box.

Aston Villa suffered a major setback in their chase for European football in the new season after they were beaten at home by Manchester United. The midlands club scored first before a strong second half performance from the Red Devils led to a 3-1 win for the visitors at Villa Park. Manchester United needed to win the game against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon to delay the title party for city rivals Manchester City who had fluffed their lines around…

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Aston Villa missed out on a great opportunity to record a big win over league leaders Manchester City and also secure a top half spot in the Premier League after they were beaten at home by the Citizens despite taking an early lead. Former European champions Aston Villa scored one of the fastest goals in the Premier League this season to take the lead but they could not build on that fast start. Scotland national team talisman John McGinn gave…

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Ex-United midfielder Paul Scholes has urged Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish to leave the club as soon as he can and stated that he should be playing for a bigger club. Many pundits have spoken highly of Grealish as a result of his performances this season but while Scholes has joined that train, he believes that the midfielder has the potentials to play for a bigger club than Aston Villa. In the 22 games he has played this season, Grealish…

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