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Aston Villa enter top 4 with a big win away at Tottenham 

Aston Villa came from back to defeat Tottenham Hotspur on the day they remembered ex player and manager Terry Venables.

Aston Villa came from back to defeat Tottenham Hotspur on the day they remembered ex player and manager Terry Venables.

Match Dynamics:

Giovani lo Celso’s deflected goal initially appeared to steer the early-season leaders, who had suffered consecutive defeats before the international break, back on course. 

However, Pau Torres’ header in added time of the first half leveled the score for Villa. Ollie Watkins’ goal marked his 12th of the season, securing a remarkable turnaround for Villa.

Spurs’ Struggles and Villa’s Triumph:

Despite Tottenham’s efforts to equalize, they succumbed to a third consecutive defeat, notably taking the lead in each of these losses. 

Spurs had held the top spot in the Premier League after the initial 10 games, but this loss propelled Unai Emery’s Villa above them into fourth place, highlighting their remarkable ascent while pushing Spurs below them in the standings.

Tribute to a Football Legend:

The passing of an ex-England manager was announced shortly before the game, prompting a heartfelt minute’s applause in honor of his achievements. 

The legendary figure had secured the FA Cup with Spurs both as a player in 1967 and as a manager in 1991, leaving an indelible mark on the football world.

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