This is a big win for Martinez’s team after scoring five goals

This is a big win for Martinez's team after scoring five goals

This is a big win for Martinez’s team after scoring five goals. Aston Villa did not start well in the league. Amy Martinez’s team had to concede 5 goals against Newcastle United. However, Aston Villa turned around in the second match. Unai Emery’s team blew away Everton in their own field.

Aston Villa beat Everton 4-0 at Villa Park on Sunday (August 20). After John McGinn and Douglas Luiz in the first half, Leon Bailey and John Duran scored for Aston Villa in the second half.

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Despite not paying attention to Newcastle’s field, Emi Martinez-Leon Bailey gave great football by playing the first match of the season in their own field. McGinn put Villa ahead in the 18th minute of the match.

Diaby and Menas created great pressure in Everton’s defense and passed the ball to Bailey. The winger made a great cutback from the byline. McGinn in the box sent the home team into the net.

Four minutes later another opportunity came in front of Villa. Watkins was trying to get a shot at the goal from a close distance by entering Everton’s d-box. But Pickford prevented him from stopping. Watkins’ effort was cleared off the goal line by Patterson. But by that time the referee blew the penalty whistle. Brazilian midfielder Douglas Luiz doubled the gap by scoring from spot kick.

Despite several good attacks in the first half, Villa failed to score. They went into the break with a 2-0 lead.

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Aston Villa scored again six minutes into the second half. This time Bailey scored McGinn’s first goal. The Jamaican winger beat Everton goalkeeper Pickford with a superb volley.

In the 63rd minute, Bailey was replaced by Yuri Thielemans, Villa coach Emery. At the same time, Douglas Luiz was brought down by Philippe Coutinho.

John Duran hit the final nail in Everton’s coffin in the 75th minute. The 19-year-old Colombian forward was dropped by the Villa coach after picking up Ole Watkins in the previous minute. He impressed everyone by scoring on the field.

Everton defender Ashley Young is largely responsible for this goal. Young wanted to throw long to teammate Keane from the boundary line. But it goes to Duran’s feet. First he overcame Keen with a great dose. Then 19-year-old Duran scored a cool goal after beating Pickford.

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Substitute Coutinho left the field shortly after. He left the field injured. The way this midfielder left the field with wet eyes on the shoulders of the physios, it was understood that he may not be back on the field anytime soon.

In the end, Aston Villa left the field with this difference. Argentinian goalkeeper Amy Martinez got a clean sheet for the first time in their own field of the season.