Aston Villa shoot to the top half of the table with a rousing victory over Everton after getting three goals over Everton without any answer.
The second half of the came make things changes after Cash made a lovely finished by the assist of Douglas Luiz who played a good first-time pass inside Digne, making Digne lost concentration for a split-second and was punished by Cash who Smashed the ball at the left corner providing Aston Villa with the first goal.
The second goal create a lot of frustration to Everton after Leon Bailey curled a wicked inswinging which forcing Lucas Digne to mysteriously Smashed own goal which made it two goals for Aston Villa.
The third goal from Leon Bailey at 75 minutes mark made things complex for Everton after grabbing another amazing goal for Aston Villa.
Later, after Leon Bailey playing for only 20 minutes he find himself in a terrible situation where he was involved with a thigh injury hence Ashley Young replaced him.
It’s has been a disappointing night for Everton, but the reality is, they were without four key players, and there was nothing in the game for the first hour.
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