Chris Sutton’s four-word response to Hourihane’s free-kick as Gary Lineker is left in wonderment
Aston Villa overwhelmed Newcastle United the previous evening at Villa Park, scoring two first-half objectives to verify their fourth Premier League triumph of the crusade.
Conor Hourihane opened the scoring from a free-kick after him and Jack Grealish joined to pull off a fine daily schedule, and Anwar El Ghazi exploited some appalling Newcastle safeguarding to twofold the hosts’ lead four minutes after the fact.
Hourihane’s objective got the eyes of numerous football fans given how tight the edge from which he scored was, and he took the watchers through the standard post-game close by Grealish.
⚽ – Hourihane🅰️ – Grealish… 👀
The Aston Villa team talk about the creative free-kick schedule that got them on their way to a 2-0 win against Newcastle! 🎯 pic.twitter.com/EnFi7bYYdi
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 25, 2019
Previous Villa striker Chris Sutton and Match of the Day moderator Gary Lineker were both intrigued with the deft strike, and here is the means by which the pair responded to it on Twitter:
GOAL!#AVFC 1-0 #NUFC
“This is eminently worked!” – @chris_sutton73
Hourihane opens the scoring at Villa Park with an all around worked free-kick!
Tune in to #ASTNEW ⬇️📲⚽️ https://t.co/APqWBwaKvE#BBCFootball pic.twitter.com/MQE3FKZPwK
— BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) November 25, 2019
Hourihane gives @AVFCOfficial the lead with a free kick that was as precise as it was shrewd.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 25, 2019
Estate will require a greater amount of those splendid free-kick schedules going ahead, and it could demonstrate to be a gigantic wellspring of objectives for a side that have delivered more objectives (20) than they have figured out how to score (19).
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