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Aston Villa 1Paul Lambert blamed Christian Benteke’s dismissal fo

r Aston Villa’s sixth successive defeat. The Villans were on course for a much-needed victory when they led Spurs at the break 1-0 from Andreas Weimann’s strike. It ended a dire run of five matches without scoring, but star st2020跑狗图自己更新 riker Benteke was then shown a straight red in the 65th minute. And 10-man Villa were sunk by two goals in the last seven minutes from Tottenham, who were outplayed earlier. It left Lambert crestfallen as he bemoaned referee Neil Swarbrick’s failure to

also send off Ryan Mason in the tangle with Benteke when the Belgian pushed him in the face. And Lambert felt Spurs’ Jan Vertonghen should also have seen red for a bad tackle on Ashley Westwood. Marching orders: Bentekes dismissal

was the catalyst for another

Villa defeat (Image: Richard Heathcote) The Villa boss said: “The sending off changed the course of the game. I can’t condone what Christian did, lifting his hand. “But also he was provoked – you will see the lad putting his head in Christian’s face. “I understand why Christian did it, but I don’t condone it because you won’t get away with it. “But my daughter can throw a harder forearm than that. If someone puts their head in your face your natur

al instinct is to push them back, but in football you can’t get away with it.” poll loadingShould Ryan Mason have also been sent off?0+ VOTES SO FARYESNO Best pictures from the Premier League weekend: Premier League: Pictures of the weekendView gallery

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