Hi everyone welcome to our today's football article relax and feel free. It is another golden chance to have you back to our daily football news updates arena where we bring to you all the latest trends and upcoming stories in soccer from all over the world.The premier league match day five kicked off on started with different match being played. Our concern goes to the Aston Villa - Everton match. It was a very hard game to predict but after the final whistle the hosts got the three points. This was an individual player brilliance from the Aston Villa's new signing. The Jamaican man introduced in the match as a substitute and was later injured and substituted out again. Despite playing for only 21 minutes the Jamaican player won the man of the match award.
Leon Bailey, the man that Aston villa signed last summer from Bayer Leverkusen prooved that he had arrived at Villa park on Saturday on his first Epl appearance for the club.According to the sport Bible the 24 year old arrived in the match in the 61st minute and the game changed immediately. The star's corner led to the first goal for the host on the 65 minute. However he continued with his efforts where he netted the second goal by a thunderous short after nice assists from Matty Cash. A moment to the stoppage time the Jamaican was injured and sent off but Bailey was later named as the man of the match. What a performance from the wonderkid?
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