Matchday | #3 |
Manager Game | #92 |
Tuesday, 14 August 2018
EFL Cup | 2nd Round | Away | Yeovil Town | Huish Park | 6,123 |
Game Summary |
Manager | Steve Bruce |
KO | 19.45 |
Referee | John Brooks |
HT Score | 0-0 |
FT Score | 1-0 |
FT Result | Won |
Last 5 Games | DLWWW |
Scorers | Conor Hourihane | 77’ |
Line Up |
GK André Moreira | DEBUT |
D Richie De Laet |
LB Neil Taylor |
CB Axel Tuanzebe |
CB Tommy Elphick | BOOKED | 59' |
M Glenn Whelan |
M Jake Doyle-Hayes | BOOKED | SUB OFF | 57' | FINAL |
M Conor Hourihane | BOOKED | 24' | GOAL | 77' |
W André Green | SUB OFF | 83' |
W Albert Adomah |
F Rushian Hepburn-Murphy | SUB OFF | 58' |
M Jack Grealish for M Jake Doyle-Hayes | 57’ |
CF Jonathan Kodija BOOKED | 63' | for F Rushian Hepburn-Murphy | 58’ |
RB James Bree for W André Green | 83’ |
Unused Substitutes |
GK Mark Bunn
CB James Chester
M John McGinn
F Harry McKirdy
Yellow | Conor Hourihane for a bad foul | 24’ |
Yellow | Jake Doyle Hayes for a bad foul | 44’ |
Yellow | Tommy Elphick for a bad foul | 59’ |
Yellow | Jonathan Kodija | 63’ |
Team Stats |
Starting XI Average Age | 26.02 |
Oldest Player | M Glenn Whelan | 34.61 |
Youngest Player | M Jake Doyle-Hayes | 19.64 |
Injury | 3 |
F Scott Hogan |
CF Keinan Davis |
F Callum O’Hare |
Loaned Out |
GK Jed Steer | Charlton Athletic | 10 August 2018 - 31 December 2018 |
M Gary Gardner | Birmingham City | 9 August 2018 - 31 May 2019 |
Match Stats |
Possession F | 63
Possession A | 37
Shots F | 12
Shots A | 10
Shots on Target F | 4
Shots on Target A | 2
Corners F | 7
Corners A | 3
Fouls F | 16
Fouls A | 15
On this day 14 August 2018
Goalkeeper André Moreira made his Villa debut aged 22 after joining on loan from Atlético Madrid earlier this month.
Midfielder Jake Doyle-Hayes made his final appearance for Villa aged 19 before being released by the club in June 2020. Doyle-Hayes made 3 appearances for the club.
*Tuesday, 14 August 2018*
Aston Villa left it late to beat Yeovil as Conor Hourihane’s 77th-minute strike saw them advance in the Carabao Cup with a 1-0 win.
Hourihane’s simple tap-in came as a relief for Steve Bruce after he saw the Glovers enjoy several chances and have a second-half penalty from Alex Fisher saved.
Yeovil were on top for much of the first half, with Fisher twice forcing good saves out of Villa goalkeeper Andre Moreira, on loan from Atletico Madrid.
Diallang Jaiyesimi even had the ball in the back of the net at one point, but referee John Brooks had controversially spotted a foul in the box before the forward tapped it in and awarded the visitors a free-kick.
Brooks was the centre of attention again just before the hour mark when he pointed to the spot after Gary Warren was adjudged to have pushed Tommy Elphick, but Moreira bailed out his side as he saved Fisher’s spot-kick.
Villa then began to turn up the heat, with substitute Jack Grealish rattling the crossbar with a shot from outside the area.
It was another substitute, Jonathan Kodija, who made his influence felt when he left Warren flat-footed in the box and played it square for Hourihane to tap in the winner.