Ghana vs South Africa
Goals from Wesley and Anwar El Ghazi gives Aston Villa their first win against Everton on Friday night football show with two goals that gave them a full three-points at the end of the full time.
Club record signing from Club Brugge Wesley scored the first goal in the 21 st minute of the game from a sloppy defense from Everton on a counter-attack play.
A last-minute goal for substitute El Ghazi makes the final score 2-0 after the ball passing under the body of Jordan Pickford (90+5). Alex Iwobi came-in in the second half to struck the post with only eight minutes left till the final whistle and Theo Walcott also had a clear chance at goal missed.
With the result, Aston villa is now sitting in the 11th position in the premier league standing while Everton will be sitting in the 9th position before the rest fixtures of the weekend are played, with their first defeat of the season.
Aston Villa: Heaton (7), Guilbert (7), Mings (7), Engels (7), Taylor (7), McGinn (7), Luiz (7), Grealish (7), Trezeguet (7), Jota (8), Wesley (8).
Subs: Elmohamady (6), El Ghazi (7).
Everton: Pickford (5), Coleman (5), Mina (5), Keane (6), Digne (6), Schneiderlin (5), Gomes (4), Richarlison (4), Sigurdsson (4), Bernard (5), Calvert-Lewin (4).
Subs: Walcott (5), Iwobi (7), Kean (7).
Man of the match: Wesley