Agbonlahor caught wiping away tears over Man Utd’s late winner at Aston Villa

Gabby Agbonlahor was seemingly caught wiping away his tears after Manchester United’s late winner in opposition to Aston Villa.

Diehard Villa fan and membership legend Agbonlahor was with fellow talkSPORT pundit Jamie O’Hara as they lined the Premier League conflict out in Malaysia. Ex-Villa striker Agbonlahor tweeted his help for the house facet forward of the fixture, however was left devastated as his staff misplaced out 2-1 in agonising style.

That was as a consequence of an 86th-minute Scott McTominay header which silenced the Villa Park trustworthy after Unai Emery’s facet had largely dominated proceedings. And Agbonlahor’s heartbroken response was recorded after the last-gasp winner.

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O’Hara took to social media to submit footage of a despondent Agbonlahor repeatedly wiping his eyes in silence whereas watching United’s celebrations on TV. Former Tottenham midfielder O’Hara may very well be heard laughing and shouting: “Gabby!” in an try and rattle his colleague.

He captioned the tweet: “Hassssssss anyone seeeeen Gabby in Malaysia,” together with a number of laughing face emojis.

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Scott McTominay scored the winner late on
Scott McTominay scored the winner late on

Gabby Agbonlahor was trolled over the defeat
Gabby Agbonlahor was trolled over the defeat

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The irritating end result got here after Agbonlahor urged Emery to adapt his ways on social media earlier than the sport, imploring the Spaniard {that a} excessive line of defense can be “suicidal” in opposition to United’s entrance three. The Red Devils’ winner got here from a fast assault from the right-hand facet, with McTominay nodding in Diogo Dalot’s first-time cross.

And the defeat was actually no laughing matter for Emery, whose facet missed a possibility to return to the highest 4. “We did everything we planned,” Emery told Sky Sports post-game. “We controlled the game and we avoided the transitions and we didn’t concede a lot of chances.

“We created probabilities however we could not rating some clear probabilities. I’m very pleased with our work and of the gamers. We are enjoying in opposition to the mighty Manchester United however we’re being extra constant in matches within the league. The result’s powerful for us and troublesome to simply accept however that’s soccer. We performed like we deliberate and we deserved extra.

“We created through our identity and our style. Sometimes we will be clinical and sometimes we won’t be. We wanted to have control of the game and avoid transitions. That was the first idea we had and we did.”