Aston Villa Player Ratings for a frustrating draw against Leeds

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Here we have with us the Aston Villa Player Ratings for their exasperating draw against Leeds United. The Lions drew 3-3 with the Whites on a tiring evening at Villa Park in their Premier League clash on Thursday.

A roller coaster fixture in which no team took the hill. Leeds were the first to get on the score sheet, after a stunning goal by Daniel James. The Villans later equalized at the half-hour mark, after a superb finish by Philippe Coutinho. A few minutes later, the Brazilian made a remarkable through ball to set up Jacob Ramsay for the team’s second goal. Just a few minutes before half-time, the youngster scored his brace off of another astonishing assist by Coutinho.

Daniel James scored a heroic header during the additional time before entering the half-time. Bielsa’s men took charge in the second half, with Diego Llorente bagging an equalizer. Villa defender Ezri Konsa took a red card booking for an unnecessary foul on Leeds’ GK Ilan Meslier, as the game eventually ended 3-3.

Aston Villa Player Ratings vs Leeds

Emiliano Martinez (GK) – 5/10

Conceding three goals is enough to say about the performance of one of the best goalkeepers in the league.

Matty Cash (RB) – 7/10

Aerially solid and won plenty of loose balls. Assist for Coutinho’s goal

Ezri Konsa (CB) – 5/10

Lacked quality at the back and got sent off late in the game.

Tyrone Mings (CB) – 7/10

Solid throughout the game and made great interceptions.

Lucas Digne (LB) – 6.5/10

Was restricted to defence for most of the game.

John McGinn (CM) – 7/10

Held off the opposition well and provided strength to the midfield.

Douglas Luiz (CM) 6/10

Struggled to get in the flow of the game but had two lively moments.

Jacob Ramsay (CM) – 9/10

Scored twice for his team and was constantly a menace to deal with on both ends of the pitch.

Emiliano Buendia (RW) – 6.5/10

Made a few promising runs and dribbled well. Unluckily, no goal contributions to his name.

Philippe Coutinho (LW) – 10/10

The Brazilian was in top form as he scored the team’s opener. Delivered two beautiful assists to Ramsay.

Ollie Watkins (ST) – 6/10

Created openings for his team hence, nowhere near a clear chance on goal.


Carney Chukwuemeka (CM) – 6/10

The youngster brought some energy to the midfield.

Ashley Young (LW) – 6/10

Made one crucial chance but that’s all there was from him.

Calum Chambers (CB) – 5/10

Came on very late hence did not get a chance to do much.

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