Aston Villa goal fest after sacking Steven Gerrard


Aston Villa party 4-0 at home to Brentford. This is the first match The Villans after ejecting Steven Gerrard from the manager’s chair.

Gerrard was sacked from the Villa manager after a 0-3 defeat of the promoted team, Fulham, Friday (10/21/2022). The Liverpool legend only lasted 11 months at Villa Park.

Gerrard handled Villa in total in 39 matches with 12 wins, 8 draws and 19 defeats. The winning percentage can also be said to be bad, which is only 30.8 percent!

Poor results under the tutelage of Steven Gerrard make Villa mired in the bottom board. The Birmingham club are 17th with 9 points from 11 games.

Aston Villa appointed Aaron Danks as a carataker to replace Gerrard. His first match with Philippe Coutinho cs was against Brentford at Villa Park, Sunday (23/10) night WIB.

The home team was unexpectedly able to appear dominant over Brentford. Three goals scored on goal The Bees before going down for a drink.

Leon Bailey opened the scoring for Villa two minutes into the game. Danny Ings scored a brace in the seventh and fourteenth minutes (penalty).

Ollie Watkins added another goal for Villa in the second half. The game ended for the home team’s 4-0 win over Brentford.

Danks spoke up after the victory in his first match coaching Villa. Gerrard’s former assistant at Villa assesses his team playing with high intensity since kick-off.

“Very happy. I think the players from their opening five minutes played with intensity and kept it up. I am very, very happy with the game and the performance,” said Aaron Danks, quoted from BBC.

“Going into a game you’re always a little nervous and scared, but when I’m on the touchline I just focus on the game. To see the fans and players at the end, it’s a nice feeling,” he said.

This victory led Aston Villa out of the red zone. The Lions occupies the 14th position in the Premier League standings with 12 points.

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