Aston Villa Find Five Goal Season Catalyst

It wasn't quite panic stations yet, but being in the bottom three of the Premier League table was fast becoming a bad look. Cue a trip to Carrow Road, where Norwich City had beaten the champions, and five goals later, Villa have a spring in their step.

We look back at Villa's best win and performance of the season so far, and their five top draw goals. Plus, pinpoint what transformed Villa and gave them the extra spark against the Canaries. Beyond the glory on the pitch, we also look at the Villa player song sung on the away concourse that offered up three unfortunate racial slurs.

Elsewhere, the government finally issue their report on standing in football stadiums and Iranian female football fans get some good news after pressure by FIFA.

One word of advice for Hogan Touch Count fans, hang on to the post-credit sequence.




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