Ghanaian winger, Albert Adomah was the star performer in Aston Villa win over Bristol City as he provided two assists to ensure Aston Villa wins 2-0 to move to 15th on the English Championship table.
The Black Stars player cross led to Jonathan Kodjia, who had earlier missed a penalty, giving Aston Villa the lead on 54 mins. His shot fell for Conor Hourihane to slot home the second securing victory for the Villians over 21st placed, Bristol City.
The 29 year old Ghanaian joined Aston Villa in the championship at the start of this season after helping Middlesbrough qualify to the elite division in England has been performing for the Villians and his two goals was an attestation to his performances across the season. Albert Adomah’s pace was also a constant threat to the Bristol defence throughout the game.
Albert Adomah was substituted in the 77th minute to the standing ovation from the home fans.
Aston Villa has been poor this season in the Championship but their win over Bristol City means they have won twice in a row after beating Derby County 1-0 over the weekend.