Two Aston Villa players stood for the greatest drama in the 0-0 match against West ham on Monday.
After 35 minutes was Villas Anwar El Ghazi apparently frustrated that teammate Tyrone Mings gave a corner away.
In an emboldened discussion encountered El Ghazi in anger, his head against the Mings' face.
the Match referee, Mike Dean, used videodommersystemet (WAS) to review the situation, but chose not to punish any of the Villa players.
Subsequently acknowledged the Aston Villas manager, Dean Smith, that El Ghazi has a great temperament.
- He has a bit of anger in himself. But the boys found themselves out of it. I didn't have to say anything, says Dean Smith after the match, according to the british media The Mirror.
- I was considering not to switch him (El Ghazi, eds.) out. It was over. They gave each other hand and came forward, he says.
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Aston Villa's captain, Jack Grealish, after the game, said that such a thing must not happen on the field.
- It was just some slide in the heat of battle. When we went to break, it was over, and they gave hand.
- When it is said, such a thing does not happen on the pitch, he says, according to the british media Sky Sports.
With the tie result is Aston Villa number 17 in the Premier League with four points. West ham is the number eight with eight points.
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