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Reading
2 - 4
Aston Villa

Championship

Madejski Stadium

7th March 2010

Attendance: 23,175

Referee: Mike Dean

ReadingAston Villa
Long 2Carew 3, A. Young
Federici     Friedel    
Griffin     Cuellar    
Mills     Dunne    
Ingimarsson     Collins    
Bertrand     Warnock    
Tabb     Young    
Howard     Milner    
Kebe     Petrov    
Sigurdsson     Downing    
Church     Heskey    
Long     Carew    
Substitutes
Gunnarsson     Sidwell    
Rasiak        
       
       
       
       
       
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
10
9
On Target
6
11
Corners
6
12
Fouls
8
2
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
48
%
52
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Writer:Steve Guscott
Date:Sunday March 7 2010
Time: 8:39PM

Comments

0
Bad luck, end of the day there is a massive difference between championship and premiership and we saw it in second half when we actually performed and you may have beaten burnley but they arnd premiership standard and liverpool was under a bad spell and just didnt want the cup as much as you guys. Really unlucky for you lot but the best team won and you shouldnt feel to downhearted as you came up against pure premiership class.
p.villa
07/03/2010 21:06:00
0
Tought we matched you for 80 minutes of the game and created more chances, just a crazy 10 minutes after half time. If we had kept it tight, we would have won....
South Bank
07/03/2010 21:24:00
0
As Burnley found out recently ten minutes of Villa at their best is pretty impossible to defend against. Reading deserved their lead no doubt. They were as good as Villa were poor in the first half, and also responded well after Villa's goal rush. Reading and Palace in the last round have done their clubs proud. Villa will need to play for more than 10 minutes against Chelsea though.
krfeskivilla
07/03/2010 21:57:00
0
Most definitely a game of two halves. Fortunately for us, our second half was better than your first half. But full credit to you, you should be proud of your team!
godzvilla
07/03/2010 23:32:00
0
Great game from Reading . I'm sure you will stay up and if you play like that all the time will be looking for promotion next season .
Doug4ever
08/03/2010 04:04:00
0
Great to hear so many positive comments from Villa fans
South Bank
08/03/2010 09:15:00
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