Aston Villa
Aston Villa
0
-
0
West Ham United
West Ham United
0
15
30
45
60
75
90
AST
V
WES
Yellow (28')
Jack Grealish
Substitution (66')
Sub-on: José Ignacio Peleteiro Ramallo
Sub-off: Ahmed Eissa El Mohamady Abdel Fattah
Yellow (77')
Tyrone Mings
Substitution (81')
Sub-on: Marvelous Nakamba
Sub-off: Douglas Luiz Soares de Paulo
Substitution (85')
Sub-on: Frederic Guilbert
Sub-off: Keinan Davis
Yellow (23')
Arthur Masuaku
Yellow (29')
Mark Noble
Substitution (62')
Sub-on: Andriy Yarmolenko
Sub-off: Pablo Fornals
Red (67')
Arthur Masuaku
Substitution (69')
Sub-on: Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
Sub-off: Pablo Zabaleta
Substitution (91')
Sub-on: Mark Noble
Sub-off: Fabián Balbuena
Possession
46.6 %
53.4 %
Shots (On Target)
5
1
Shots (Off Target)
5
12
Corners
2
4
Crosses
17
18
Clearances
14
15
Yellow Cards
2
1
Red Cards
0
1
West Ham United
Aston Villa
Possession
53.4%
46.6%
Shots (On Target)
1
5
Shots (Off Target)
12
5
Corners
4
2
Crosses
18
17
Clearances
15
14
Yellow Cards
1
2
Red Cards
1
0
West Ham United
Aston Villa
Aston Villa
4-3-3
1
3
22
40
24
10
7
11
23
21
9
27
8
12
14
15
39
6
Man. Dean Smith
1 Tom Heaton
3 Neil Taylor
22 Björn Engels
40 Tyrone Mings
24 Frederic Guilbert
10 Jack Grealish
7 John McGinn
11 Marvelous Nakamba
23 José Ignacio Peleteiro Ramallo
21 Anwar El Ghazi
9 Wesley Moraes Ferreira da Silva
Substitutions
27 Ahmed Eissa El Mohamady Abdel Fattah
8 Henri Lansbury
12 Jed Steer
14 Conor Hourihane
15 Ezri Konsa Ngoyo
39 Keinan Davis
6 Douglas Luiz Soares de Paulo
Possession %
47
53
Duels Won
58
60
Aerial Duels Won
16
17
Interceptions
12
8
Offsides
3
3
Corners
2
4
West Ham United
4-1-4-1
1
21
24
26
23
16
16
7
7
10
10
8
8
41
41
22
22
11
11
5
5
13
13
19
19
4
4
27
27
18
18
Manuel Pellegrini Man.
Lukasz Fabianski 1
Angelo Ogbonna 21
Ryan Fredericks 24
Arthur Masuaku 26
Issa Diop 23
Mark Noble 16
Mark Noble 16
Andriy Yarmolenko 7
Andriy Yarmolenko 7
Manuel Lanzini 10
Manuel Lanzini 10
Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes 8
Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes 8
Declan Rice 41
Declan Rice 41
Sébastien Haller 22
Sébastien Haller 22
Substitutions
Robert Snodgrass 11
Robert Snodgrass 11
Pablo Zabaleta 5
Pablo Zabaleta 5
Roberto Jiménez 13
Roberto Jiménez 13
Jack Wilshere 19
Jack Wilshere 19
Fabián Balbuena 4
Fabián Balbuena 4
Albian Ajeti 27
Albian Ajeti 27
Pablo Fornals 18
Pablo Fornals 18
Player Comparison

Declan Rice competes for a header at Aston Villa


Aston Villa 0-0 West Ham United
Premier League

West Ham United survived 23 minutes with ten men to claim a hard-fought point at Aston Villa on Monday night.

Arthur Masuaku saw red midway through the second period, after picking up a second yellow card of the game for a foul on home sub Ahmed El Mohamady, but the Hammers stood firm to ensure the game would end goalless, earning a third clean sheet in all competitions.

The scoresheet may have remained blank at full-time, but there was nevertheless plenty to get both sets of fans off their seats with both sides giving their all in search of a winner.

Off target headers from Wesley and Sebastien Haller probably represented both teams’ best openings, while Lukasz Fabianski saved smartly from John McGinn and Anwar El Ghazi either side of the break.

Manuel Pellegrini named an unchanged starting XI for the third successive Premier League clash as he sent his team out in search of a third successive victory.

The opening exchanges were fairly even, with Andriy Yarmolenko having a shot blocked by Bjorn Engels inside the area early on, before Wesley nodded over when well placed for the hosts after 13 minutes.

The Hammers gave a glimpse of their counter-attacking threat midway through the half, when Manuel Lanzini and Felipe Anderson combined in a slick move to cross for Haller, who sent his header wide of the mark.

It wasn’t until the stroke of half time that Fabianski was seriously extended, and he was up to the task, diving to his right to turn McGinn’s well-struck first time shot aside, following good work down the wing from El Ghazi.

The second half started in lively fashion, with Villa’s Neil Taylor forcing a diving stop from Tom Heaton with his attempted header back to the goalkeeper, before McGinn slid a low shot wide of Fabianski’s left hand post from the edge of the box.

McGinn turned provider six minutes later when he aimed a ball towards El Ghazi, and Fabianski did well to get down and repel his hooked shot on the bounce.

As the game entered its final quarter, the visitors’ task was made all the more difficult by a second yellow card for Masuaku, when referee Mike Dean judged the left-back to have clipped El Mohamady as he tried to escape down the flank.

Pellegrini’s men made light of their disadvantage, still possessing a threat on the break and only really giving up one chance to Jack Grealish, who couldn’t convert Douglas Luiz’s cross on the stretch.

In the end, both sides had to be content with a point, having given their all to claim all three – and West Ham would take that.

Aston Villa: Heaton, Guilbert (Davis 85), Engels, Mings, Taylor, McGinn, Nakamba (Douglas Luiz 81), Jota (El Mohamady 66), Grealish, El Ghazi, Wesley
Subs: Steer, Konsa, Lansbury, Hourihane

Booked: Grealish, Mings

West Ham United: Fabianski, Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Rice, Noble (Balbuena 90+1), Yarmolenko (Fornals 62), Lanzini, Felipe Anderson (Zabaleta 69), Haller
Subs: Roberto, Snodgrass, Wilshere, Ajeti

Booked: Masuaku, Noble

Sent off: Masuaku

Referee: Mike Dean

Attendance: 42,010