West Ham overcomes Aston Villa 2-1. HIGHLIGHTS

WALSALL. West Ham prevailed over Aston Villa to win 2-1.

West Ham overcomes Aston Villa 2-1. HIGHLIGHTS

WALSALL. West Ham topped Aston Villa to win 2-1. It was West Ham to strike first with an early goal of D. Brynjarsdóttir at the 2′. Then H. Hayashi scored again for West Ham in the 14′ minute. Eventually, K. Dali reduced the distance for Aston Villa (77′). Finally, that was it, and the result remained 2-1. Aston Villa was much better in terms of ball possession (70%).​

West Ham remained with 10 players after H. Cissoko received a red card in the 90′.

A. Lehmann missed a decisive penalty (73′). That would have allowed Aston Villa to draw the match.​

The match was played at the Poundland Bescot Stadium stadium in Walsall on Saturday and it started at 12:30 pm local time. The referee was Cheryl Foster. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 14.7 degrees Celsius or 58.41 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 65%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 70 Ball Possession 30
Shots
  • 14 Total 6
  • 7 On Target 3
  • 7 Off Target 3
  • 0 Shots blocked 0
  • 138 Attack 78
  • 123 Dangerous attack 44
  • 117 Ball safe​ 109
  • 1 Penalties 0
  • 13 Corners 2
Fouls
  • 1 Yellow Cards 2
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 1
Other
  • 1 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

Aston Villa had a superior ball possession 70% while West Ham was struggling with a 30% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Aston Villa was more pushing with 123 dangerous attacks and 14 shots of which 7 were on target. Anyhow, West Ham managed to find the solution to win this match.​

Aston Villa shot 14 times, 7 on target, 7 off target. Regarding the opposition, West Ham shot 6 times, 3 on target, 3 off target.

Cards

Aston Villa received 1 yellow card (S. Mayling). Regarding the opposition, West Ham received 2 yellow cards (M. Arnold and E. Snerle).

Also, West Ham didn’t finish the match with 11 players after H. Cissoko (West Ham) was sent off after receiving a straight red card in the (90′).

Match Timeline

2'
Dagný Brynjarsdóttir(goal)K. Smith
14'
Honoka Hayashi(goal)V. Asseyi
32'
Mackenzie Arnold- Yellow
58'
Emma Snerle- sub ->H. Hayashi
Alisha Lehmann- missed penalty
73'
75'
Emma Snerle- Yellow
75'
Isibeal Atkinson- sub ->T. Kyvåg
Kenza Dali(goal)R. Daly
77'
Natasha Harding- sub ->A. Patten
78'
88'
Melisa Filis- sub ->K. Longhurst
Sarah Mayling- Yellow
90'
90'
Hawa Cissoko- Red

Standings

Next matches

In the next match in the Women’s Super League, Aston Villa will play away against Arsenal W on the 28th of May with a 3-0 head to head in favor of Arsenal W (1 draw).

West Ham will host Tottenham W on the 28th of May with a 3-1 head to head record in favor of Tottenham W (2 draws).

Aston Villa – Formation

Aston Villa W
G
A. Leat 21.New Zealand
D
Rachel Corsie 6.Scotland
D
Anna Patten 15.England
78'
D
Mayumi Pacheco 33.England
M
Danielle Turner 14.England
M
Sarah Mayling 2.England
90'
M
Kenza Dali 10.France
Goals77'
M
Laura Brown 19.England
F
Rachel Daly 8.England
F
Kirsty Hanson 20.Scotland
F
Alisha Lehmann 7.Switzerland
Substitutes
Isobel Goodwin 26.England
Georgia Mullett 35.England
Martha MacPhail 34.England
Anna Draper 13.England
D
Evie Rabjohn 28.England
M
Olivia McLoughlin 16.England
M
Freya Gregory 18.England
M
Natasha Harding 17.Wales
78'
F

The manager Carla Ward decided to play with the following team: Anna Jessica Leat, Rachel Corsie, Danielle Turner, Sarah Emma Mayling, Anna Patten, Mayumi Pacheco, Kenza Dali, Laura Brown, Rachel Daly, Kirsty Hanson and Alisha Lehmann.

The home team had on the bench: Isobel Goodwin, , , Evie Rabjohn, Anna Draper, Olivia McLoughlin, Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah, Freya Gregory and Natasha Harding.

Substitutions

Aston Villa made only 1 change substituting A. Patten for N. Harding (78′)​.

West Ham – Formation

West Ham W
T. Kyvåg 20.Norway
75'
G
Mackenzie Arnold 1.Australia
32'
D
Kirsty Smith 2.Scotland
D
Risa Shimizu 3.Japan
D
Hawa Cissoko 23.France
90'
M
Grace Fisk 22.England
M
Goals2'
M
Honoka Hayashi 19.Japan
58' Goals14'
F
Kate Longhurst 12.England
88'
F
Viviane Asseyi 26.France
F
Lisa Evans 7.Scotland
Substitutes
G
Sophie Hillyerd 28.England
M
Emma Snerle 8.Denmark
58' 75'
M
Halle Houssein 33.England
M
C. Walker 9.England
M
Melisa Filis 17.England
88'
M
Keira Flannery 41.England
F
Isibeal Atkinson 11.Republic of Ireland
75'

Olli Harder played with: Mackenzie Arnold, Kirsty Smith, Risa Shimizu, Grace Fisk, Hawa Cissoko, Dagný Brynjarsdóttir, Kate Longhurst, Honoka Hayashi, Viviane Asseyi, Lisa Evans and Thea Kyvåg.

These were the players on the bench: Emma Snerle, Halle Houssein, Claudia Walker, Melisa Filis, Keira Flannery, Sophie Hillyerd and Isibeal Atkinson.

Substitutions

West Ham made 3 changes: H. Hayashi for E. Snerle (58′), T. KyvÃ¥g for I. Atkinson (75′) and K. Longhurst for M. Filis (88′).

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Women’s Super League.​