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The game was moving towards a goalless score until the 66th minute, when Matty Cash put Villa ahead with his first goal for the club, before Lucas Digne made it 2-0 with an own goal.

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As Everton faltered, Leon Bailey made it 3-0 with a powerful effort after coming on as a substitute, although his cameo was cut short by a thigh injury shortly afterwards.

Injured Everton came closest moments before Cash’s opener when Demarai Gray, in good form, fired wide, although he only managed one shot on target.

Everton have 10 points from five games in fifth place, while Villa have climbed into the top half of the table with seven points from their first five games.

The visitors were without injured forwards Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison, as well as goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and right-back Seamus Coleman.

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Rafa Benitez’s side were content to play on the counterattack, and they enjoyed a measure of control until they were overtaken by Villa’s incredible attack.

Cash, who had never scored for the Midlands club before, played down the right before cutting in with his left foot to send an upward shot past Asmir Begovic.

Everton were rattled and fell further behind when Bailey’s corner deflected Digne into the net.

Bailey, whose pace was electrifying, pounced on a rebound down the left and fired a powerful shot into the net as Begovic set the pace.

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“I thought we were the better team in the first half but we didn’t create as many clear chances as we wanted. I felt like five minutes before our goal they were on top,” said Villa manager Dean Smith.

“Leon took a corner for a goal and scored the third. The first goal was a great score and Matt (Cash) put it in the main basket,” said Smith.

“I thought Leon would lift us up a bit. He’s really special. He’s a really good player. That’s why we brought him here.” If you buy something through the SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Full time thoughts – Frank Lampard needs to stop being so shy, especially away from home where Everton are usually so poor. The way they played the last ten minutes is a real indication that they are capable of better football.

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90+5′ – Lots of injuries and three substitutions for Villa mean we’ll have more than five minutes of added time.

Everton strike again, Dele keeps the ball and Onana tries to shoot, Chambers and Martinez do enough to block for a corner! Wow, he almost scored the equalizer.

BIG stop by Emi Martinez! Everton came close to equalizing in stoppage time. : @USA_Network #MyPLMorning | #AVLEVE pic.twitter.com/IY3KdZf9ii β€” NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) Aug 13, 2022

89′ – A mistake by Davies allows Villa to attack again, Watkins’ shot is well saved by striker Pickford.

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Great run by Gordon, Martinez saves and Rondon can’t get enough of the rebound, arghhhhh, the keeper can charge. So close.

This is amazing from Tyrone Mings! Moments after Everton halved the deficit, Aston Villa’s midfield plays in a vital bid to prevent the Toffees from drawing! pic.twitter.com/k4danNtVI2 β€” Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) Aug 13, 2022

87′ – Onana redeemed herself immediately! He enters the area, crosses through the area, Dele dodges over the goal, and with the threat of Iwobi, Digne scores an own goal! 2 to 1 now!!

Not over yet! Former Everton player Lucas Digne scores an own goal to give Everton a late saving grace. Aston Villa lead 2-1. : @USA_Network #MyPLMorning | #AVLEVE pic.twitter.com/PWh3Fc7gcQ β€” NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) Aug 13, 2022

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85′ – As Everton try to push the ball forward, Onana loses the ball in the center circle and Villa’s counterattack, Watkins does very well to hold the run and pass wide, crosses for the unmarked Buendi and it’s 2-0 . Yuck.

Aston Villa hit Everton on the break and Emi Buendia gave Villa a 2-0 lead! #AVFC : @USA_Network #MyPLMorning | #AVLEVE pic.twitter.com/S7e6VN05gX β€” NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) August 13, 2022

It’s a wonderful combination between Ollie Watkins and Emi BuendΓ­a… ‍ Watkins selflessly puts on the plate for his teammate pic.twitter.com/Jm9hloixJ8 β€” Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) Aug 13, 2022

They go four behind as Coady and Gray leave and Onana and Dele go.

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75′ – Another chance for Villa, Everton survive! The ball spins around the Everton penalty area and Buendia’s poor shot goes off Coady and Myko goes off the line! Gray was about to run and Ings drags him down, yellow card.

73′ – Confusion in the defense when Tarkowski’s header is found by Ings returning from the defense and Holgate does well to clear for a corner. The ball is not kicked well, Carlos scores from outside the area and Patterson blocks well.

69′ – Drinks break, which gives players a minute to catch their breath in the final quarter of the upcoming game.

67′ – Two chances for Villa, first a dangerous cross from Holgate, then the hosts got in the way in the Everton penalty area, and Iwobi opened the scoring. The game is now more and more stretched.

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64′ – McNeil replaces Rondon. Everton’s second change and second half-time substitution. They have three substitutions left but only one chance to go on.

60′ – Villa’s first substitution is Emiliano Buendia, who comes on for Coutinho, who appears to have hit the ball.

Coady is standing in front of McGinn’s shot and has the physio involved. In fact, they are looking at the strap on the left ankle. Salomon Rondon is warming up normally.

54′ – Grays cuts, dances and this time he can shoot, straight to Martinez and deflect. Much better than the Blues, and the full-backs are now making their presence felt.

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51′ – Now Gray has the ball in the area, but he can’t cross. Villa counterattacks and Watkins holds the ball past a few players but Davies’s cross is enough to clear and now Gordon moves in to earn a corner.

Gray’s initial effort blocked another corner. Partially clear, it lands perfectly for Patterson to kick from the edge of the area, blocked.

49′ – Coady’s cross finds Patterson, he beats Digne and suffers a foul, right on the edge of the area, and the former blue also receives a yellow card. The home team did not take the free kick, Myko returned it to the area, Coady headed it, Tarky kicked it with his boot and the ball went wide. That was an opportunity.

46′ – No changes to either side at start. Iwobi loses the ball and gives up the free kick. Partially cleared and McGinn shoots from outside the area, well over the top.

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45+3′ – Villa on the counterattack again at the end of the half, and the cross passes in the area right in front of Coutinho’s slip and Everton survive. At half-time, Villa beat Everton 1-0.

45+1′ – Good move by the Blues, Iwobi’s cross from the left into the area falls to Gray, but he tries to control it and the ball goes to the corner. This causes more chaos in the area and many flying heads and boots before Villa manages to break free. Diego Carlos appears to pass Holgate in the area, but the VAR referee says he is doing nothing.

40′ – Your two defenders attack more than our defenders and that’s all you need to know about this game.

34′ – Doucoure appears to have been injured in that race and is out, Tom Davies replacing him. I would love to see Onana there.

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32′ – Against Villa, Everton took it and won 1-0. Watkins has the ball in space on the right and his pass to the middle is almost out of reach of Ings, but it is deflected by Doucoure and the striker quickly turns to shoot on the right of Pickford. Village leads.

29′ – Myko crossed for a corner kick. Overhit and Patterson goes with the head, then goes on the counterattack, and Coutinho stumbles and gets the yellow card.

23′ – Everton steal the ball in the middle and go for the counterattack, and McNeil exchanges his pass to Gray open. Gray wins a corner, charges himself, flies through the penalty area and no yellow jersey can reach him!

Another cross and Mings now clears the corner on the right. McNeil swings, hangs up

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