It was a very special match: Trezeguet on West Ham’s match

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Mon, 27 Jul 2020 - 09:30 GMT

Aston Villa’s Egyptian winger, Mahmoud Trezeguet, scored two goals against Crystal Palace – FILE PHOTO

Aston Villa’s Egyptian winger, Mahmoud Trezeguet, scored two goals against Crystal Palace – FILE PHOTO

CAIRO, 27 May 2020:  Aston Villa player Mahmoud Hassan "Trezeguet" expressed his satisfaction for his contribution to the survival of his team in the Premier League.

 

Aston Villa tied at home to West Ham United with a goal for each team, a result that was enough to remain in the Premier League.

 

The Egyptian star added: "I was fighting throughout the season, sometimes I participate and sometimes I do not participate, but I believed that the opportunity would come to me."

 

He continued: "In the end, the opportunity came and I was one of the reasons for the team to remain in the Premier League."

 

He reviewed: "In front of Crystal Palace, if we lost or tied, we would be relegated."

 

And he added: "In front of Arsenal, it was a difficult match against a team that had just defeated Manchester City and Liverpool,"

 

And he continued: "Today I was fighting throughout the match, it was not just a football match, but a heart and manhood match."

 

Trezeguet had just scored 6 precious points for Aston Villa, with two goals in the Crystal Palace, and his goal in Arsenal.

 

Aston Villa was guaranteed a stay, while Bournemouth and Watford relegated, along with Norwich City.

 

Trezeguet has played 41 games in various competitions this season, scoring 7 goals and making 3 goals.

 

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