The wolf maintained its charge in Europe after the Premier League derby defeated Aston Villa, as Johnny’s rocket and Ashley Young’s own goal gave the host a 2-1 victory in Morinyu.
ProLiant Watkins regained the goal with a penalty in the second half, but the wolf was nervous to continue to put pressure on the European race.
Villa scored just 4 points from 39 on the top flights of the season, emphasizing both consistency issues and fallability to the side you want to emulate.
They were again 13 points behind their rivals, moving over West Ham to 7th place and sitting just 2 points behind the top five.
Without the banned Raul Jimenez and the injured Ruben Neves, the wolves felt vulnerable, but they tore into the villa to take a seven-minute lead.
After John McGinn slipped to allow João Moutinho to move forward, Ezri Konsa stumbled trying to cut the path to Daniel Podence.
It allowed him to move into the area and his shot was blocked by McGinn covering. Lucas Digne then threw himself before Fabio Silva’s follow-up. Just as the ball fell to Johnny, Johnny rifled from 12 yards to the upper corner.
Silva wasted a great opportunity to double the lead when the wolf was dominant and came too close to Emiliano Martinez after defeating Tyrone Mings.
Later, Villa lost Digne-immediately after the hamstring problem-their problems continued and Young replaced him.
Still, the wolf allowed the villa to lose its early ferocity and sneak into the game, and the host began to see more balls.
Leon Bailey forced a fine fingertip save from Josesa with a 25-yard effort, but the villa was unable to make a meaningful intrusion into the well-standing home defense.
It was an important spell because the host grabbed a second at another moment nine minutes before the break. The villa is desperately forgotten.
Again they were too open, Marcal was left with too much space on the left side, and his cross was headed to his own net by Young.
This was another disastrous moment for Villa, who led 2-0 in the last 10 minutes with the wolf in October, scored three goals and lost 3-2.
Leander Dendoncker had to resolve the game in the first half of the injury time instead of cutting off the ball after a short break from Francisco Trinchao.
Eleven minutes after the break, when Watkins missed a great chance to regain his goal, he was likely to appear in the midfielder.
Young’s thru ball caught the wolf taking a nap, and Sa was backpeddling, Watkins ran through just to greatly curl his efforts.
The villa showed at least more bites, but Hwang Hee-chan added almost a third for the wolf when he dragged a lot with 19 minutes remaining.
Philippe Coutinho, who didn’t affect the game, quickly pushed Sa into a smart stop, and Silva saw Martinez turn the drive over before Villa gained a lifeline with four minutes remaining.
Watkins and Sa clashed, referee Darren England controversially penalized him, and England fired away from the post.
There was still time to increase Matty Cash’s volley when Sa was injured, but Villa was unable to complete an unlikely comeback.