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Match report: Leeds United 1-1 Villa

Game details 

Match: Villa v Leeds
Date: December 1, 2017  
Competition: Sky Bet Championship 
Venue: Elland Road
Kick-off: 7.45pm 
Attendance:  30, 547 
Weather:  4c, still with a wintry chill in the air

Scoring summary 

Jansson 19

Lansbury 71


Henri Lansbury’s first goal in claret and blue secured a point for Villa in an entertaining 1-1 draw at Leeds United.

The midfielder came off the bench to strike at Elland Road after Pontus Jansson had headed the home side in front.

On a chilly evening in Yorkshire, both sides exchanged half-chances in the early part of the game: Albert Adomah lashing a shot at Felix Wiedwald in the Leeds goal and Robert Snodgrass twice finding the ‘keeper’s gloves before Kalvin Phillips and Pablo Hernandez both fired over for the hosts.

On 19 minutes, it was Leeds’ Jansson who cut through the chill and warmed the majority of those inside Elland Road by scoring the opening goal. 

Hernandez’s curling corner picked out the big defender who glanced home from six yards.

Liam Cooper, his defensive partner spurned a similar opportunity in first half stoppage time while Villa’s best chance fell to Glenn Whelan who ghosted into a shooting position on the edge of the box but planted Keinan Davis’ pass wide.

After a bright start to the second half, Adomah was denied a certain equaliser by Wiedwald after a slip by a Leeds defender. 

The chance sparked the game into life once more and the hosts went close to adding a second but no-one could get a touch to Samuel Saiz’s teasing cross.

Moments later, the home side had the ball in the back of the net for a second time but were denied by the linesman’s flag.

However, with 20 minutes to play it was Villa who found a way back into the match courtesy of substitute, 

Henri Lansbury. Snaffling up a loose ball 30 yards from goal, he moved into a shooting position before cracking a shot home off the foot of the upright. 

Misconduct summary

Leeds bookings

Jansson, Saiz

Villa bookings

Hourihane, Snodgrass, Hutton 


LEEDS: Wiedwald, Ayling, Cooper, Alioski (Grot 90), Jansson, Hernandez (Roofe 42), Saiz, Phillips, Vieira, Berardi, Ekuban (Sacko 83). Unused subs: Lonergan, Pennington, Anita, Shaughnessy.

ASTON VILLA:  Johnstone; Hutton, Samba, Chester, Taylor; Snodgrass, Whelan, Hourihane (Lansbury 65), Adomah (Elmohamady 90); Onomah (Grealish 65), Davis. Unused subs: Steer, De Laet, Elphick, Bjarnason.


Referee: Peter Bankes
Assistant Referee 1: Timothy Wood
Assistant referee 2: Paul Hodskinson
Fourth Official: Darren England

Latest Scores

Pos Pld GD Pts
1 up Sheff Utd 14 8 30
2 down Wolves 14 10 29
3 down Cardiff 14 8 28
4 up Bristol City 14 7 24
5 down Leeds United 14 8 23
6 down Aston Villa 14 6 23
7 up Derby 13 5 22
8 down Norwich City 14 -2 22
9 down Preston 14 5 21
10 up Ipswich Town 13 3 21
11 up Nottm Forest 14 -3 21
12 up Middlesbrough 14 5 20
13 down Fulham 14 3 19
14 up QPR 14 0 18
15 same Millwall 14 2 17
16 same Sheff Wed 14 0 17
17 down Hull City 14 3 16
18 same Brentford 14 0 16
19 same Barnsley 13 -3 13
20 same Reading 13 -5 12
21 same Birmingham 14 -13 12
22 same Burton 14 -20 10
23 same Sunderland 14 -10 9
24 same Bolton Wanderers 14 -17 7
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