Goals and Highlights: Aston Villa 1-2 Everton in English League Cup
Photo: Disclosure/Aston Villa


3:42 PM2 months ago


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3:41 PM2 months ago


3:39 PM2 months ago


Let's go until 95 minutes.
3:35 PM2 months ago


Aston Villa goes on the attack.
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THERE'S A GAME! Kamara scored Aston Villa's first goal of the match to put the match on fire in the final minutes.
3:28 PM2 months ago

80' Yellow

Konsa received a card.
3:27 PM2 months ago

79' Change at Everton

Joined: Doucouré

Out: Onana.

3:27 PM2 months ago

78' Change at Aston Villa

Joined: Kellyman

Out: Tielemans.

3:23 PM2 months ago

74' Yellow

Digne received a card.
3:20 PM2 months ago

72' Changes at Everton

Entered: Beto and Gueye

Out: Calvert-Lewin and Danjuma.

3:13 PM2 months ago

66' Yellow

Tarkowski received a card.
3:12 PM2 months ago

65' Change at Everton

Joined: McNeil

Out: Harrison.

3:08 PM2 months ago


Aston Villa exchanges passes in attack.
3:07 PM2 months ago


Aston Villa goes on the attack.
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And the second. Calvert-Lewin scored another for Everton, who took the lead on the scoreboard.
2:55 PM2 months ago

49' Yellow

Patterson was carded.
2:54 PM2 months ago

Change at Everton

In: Ashley Young

Out: Mykolenko.

2:54 PM2 months ago

Changes at Aston Villa

Entered: Kamara, Waltkins and Digne

Out came: McGinn, Durán and Dendoncker.

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Let's go until 48 minutes.
2:29 PM2 months ago


Final pressure from Everton.
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Everton exchanges passes in attack.
2:27 PM2 months ago

31' Change at Aston Villa

In: Zaniolo

Out: Bailey.

2:10 PM2 months ago


Aston Villa tries to get out of the defense field.
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After Everton's goal, the confrontation dropped in intensity.
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Even with Aston Villa's initial pressure, Everton scored the first goal with James Garner, after Onana's pass.
1:58 PM2 months ago


Finishings: 2-1.
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Aston Villa dominates in the first minutes.
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Villa started in attack.
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1:08 PM2 months ago

Aston Villa

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1:07 PM2 months ago

Prize draw!

1:06 PM2 months ago

Villa Park

Villa Park is the name of several locations in different parts of the world, but the best known is an area located in Birmingham, England, which is home to the Villa Park football stadium, which is the home of Aston Villa Football Club, a football club. English Premier League football.

Villa Park in Birmingham is a historically important football stadium and an iconic venue for Aston Villa fans. It opened in 1897 and has hosted several major English football events, including matches from the 1966 World Cup. The stadium has a capacity of over 42,000 spectators and is known for its vibrant atmosphere on match days.

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1:05 PM2 months ago


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1:45 AM2 months ago

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1:40 AM2 months ago

Speak, Unai Emery!

"I'm very happy for our supporters and our reaction," he said.

"We have to separate each competition and in the Premier League we try to be consistent. We were playing against a top seven team, like Newcastle and Liverpool."

"We lost these games because we weren't competitive and today, against Chelsea, I was very worried, because we needed to be competitive; We needed to face the match trying to maintain consistency over the 90 minutes."

"We should be strong defensively, have possession of the ball and face them with confidence, feeling that we could win. Of course, sometimes we had difficulties and needed the goalkeeper."

"In the end, we did it. We were very competitive in this game and played with security both in defense and in possession of the ball. In the end, we won, and I'm very happy for everyone."

"We always need goals from our strikers, and I'm very happy for him because he's doing well. always trying to compromise with his teammates."

"His behavior every day is offensive. very good, and he was training a lot, looking for the best performance in the team."

"Today he scored, and we are very happy for him and for our victory."

1:35 AM2 months ago

Likely Aston Villa!

Olsen; Chambers, Lenglet, Pau Torres and Digne; Ramsey, Dendoncker and Tielemans; Diaby, Bailey and Jhon Durán.
1:30 AM2 months ago

How does Aston Villa arrive?

Aston Villa arrives for the game with a lot of morale, after beating Chelsea away from home 1-0 and remaining at the top of the Premier League table.
1:25 AM2 months ago

Speak up, Sean Dyche!

“We know we have to change history, I must reiterate that, but we do it through performance,” he said.

“Not just the quality, all that body language, energy and belief in what we do to win games like we did on Saturday. We have to keep doing this.”

"He came in good and sharp on Saturday, we know he's still in good shape. Strengthening his body and mentality to be fully Premier League fit, but it was another good sign on Saturday. He was  sharp and I was pleased for him."

1:20 AM2 months ago

Probably Everton!

João Virgínia; Patterson, Godfrey, Keane and Mykolenko; Danjuma, Onana, Doucouré and Dobbin; Beto and Calvert-Lewin. 
1:15 AM2 months ago

How are Everton arriving?

Everton arrives for the game with a 3-1 victory away from home against Brentford, in the Premier League, giving the team relief in the competition.
1:10 AM2 months ago


Manchester City is They are one of the most successful clubs in recent EFL Cup history, having won the tournament several times in recent seasons.

Liverpool is This is another club with a notable history in the competition and also has multiple EFL Cup titles.

Manchester United is It is one of the most traditional clubs in England and has won several victories in the EFL Cup.

Chelsea is also is known for its success in the EFL Cup and has already won the competition several times.

Photo: Disclosure/Aston Villa
Photo: Disclosure/Aston Villa
1:05 AM2 months ago

The game will be played at SVilla Park

The Aston Villa vs Everton game will be played at Villa Park, with a capacity of 42.640 people.
1:00 AM2 months ago

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