away to Aston Villa

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  • Reader made his league debut in October 1889 in a Division One match away to Aston Villa.
  • The goalkeeper was dropped in Arsenal's next game, away to Aston Villa.
  • He returned to the first team for the second time away to Aston Villa on 15 December 2013.
  • Chadli also scored in a 2-1 win away to Aston Villa.
  • Three days later he scored an equaliser in the Premier League as Portsmouth lost 2-1 away to Aston Villa.
  • On 23 April 1991 he scored four times for City away to Aston Villa, becoming the first City player to score four goals in a league match since 1977.
  • He turned professional in September 1946, before making his debut for the club in a scoreless draw away to Aston Villa on 2 November 1946.
  • They typically left it late to snatch the three points in their next match - away to Aston Villa - but followed it up against Derby County with a somewhat polished 2-0 victory.
  • Kirkland opened the 2009-10 campaign by keeping a clean sheet for Wigan Athletic away to Aston Villa.
  • Hiddink's regenerative effect was immediate, with four straight league wins, including a vital 1-0 victory away to Aston Villa in his first game in charge, moving Chelsea into the top three.
  • He scored his first goal for the club on 27 October with a late header to earn Norwich a point in a 1-1 draw away to Aston Villa.
  • Meanwhile, results on the pitch were not improving, with another poor performance away to Aston Villa followed up by a 5-0 home defeat against a West Ham United side ravaged by injuries.
  • In the penultimate league game of the season, Chelsea won 2-1 away to Aston Villa, a game in which Frank Lampard set the all-time scoring record at Chelsea.
  • He scored a goal for Sunderland in their 1-0 win away to Aston Villa, making it their first away win in the Premier League since they defeated West Bromwich Albion in 2006.
  • His season in the top flight with Birmingham was interrupted by suspension and minor injuries, and he only managed five goals as the side were relegated, which included scoring twice in Birmingham's 3-0 win in the local derby away to Aston Villa.
  • Manchester United opened the 1995-96 season with a 3-1 defeat away to Aston Villa, after which their young team was written off by all the media, most famously by Alan Hansen who claimed "you'll never win anything with kids".
  • On 6 October 1982, he made his debut for the Magpies as a goalscoring substitute in a Football League Cup tie away to Aston Villa and went on to 16 appearances that season in the then First Division of the Football League.
  • Meanwhile, results on the pitch weren't improving, with another poor performance away to Aston Villa (0-2) being followed by a 5-0 home defeat against a West Ham side ravaged by injuries.