BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) – There were 10 balls and a red card, since Aston Villa scored 5-5 houses in Nottingham Forest on Wednesday at the England Championship of the second level.
Tammy Abraham scored four goals for “Villa”, who broke 2-0 and 3-2 in a wonderful first half, which ended 3-3.
Lewis Grabban and Joao Carvalho put “Forest” two steps forward before Abraham brought the hosts back into the match, equalizing the score with 2: 2, and then 3: 3 after Matthew Cash put “Forest” back.
Joe Lollie continued his efforts to restore the leadership of the Forest shortly after the break, but soon there were 10 of them when a red card was shown to Tobias Figueiredlo.
Three minutes later, Abraham in capital letters missed the score, directing the ball from a penalty kick by Jack Grehalish, who made it 4-4.
Willa took the initiative for the first time through Anwar El-Ghazi, but was close to landing Grabban with eight minutes, leaving earned "Forest".
Both clubs were European champions in the early 1980s, but Les now ranks sixth in the Championship with 31 points, two places and three points above Willa.
(Toby Davis reporting, editing by Nick Mulvenny)