Draw Martínez’s Aston Villa beat Bournemouth and dreams of the Champions League

Draw Martínez’s Aston Villa beat Bournemouth and dreams of the Champions League
Draw Martínez’s Aston Villa beat Bournemouth and dreams of the Champions League

Apr 21, 2024, 12:13 ET

In a week in which it has been practically confirmed that England will not have an additional place for the next edition of the Champions League, Aston Villa Draw Martínez advanced towards achieving fourth place of the Premier League with a comeback against Andoni Iraola’s Bournemouth (3-1).

The Villains did not notice the fatigue of having played extra time plus penalties in Lilleto qualify for the semi-finals of the Conference League, and beat the already saved Bournemouth, who, even so, did not make things easy for them and took the lead with a penalty from Dominic Solanke that this time Dibu Martínez could not contain.

The English striker defined a maximum penalty that Matt Cash committed on Milos Kerkez from the spot and forced Villa to come back.

The turning of the scoreboard was started by Morgan Rogerswith a solo play in which he sat down a defender and shot at the near post.

Already In the second half, Moussa Diaby took advantage of an assist from Ollie Watkins to make it 2-1 and the English striker added one more goal pass by dribbling past the goalkeeper and letting him finish off Leon Bailey at will.

After this meeting, Villa consolidates its position in fourth place with 66 points, six units more than Tottenham Hotspur, which has two fewer games. Bournemouth, saved for a long time, is thirteenth with 42 points.

 
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