El Ghazi gave the visitors a 2-1 lead in the 34th minute, but after half time things went wrong for Aston Villa.
John McGinn made the 1-0 on behalf of Aston Villa after 17 minutes of play. After more than half an hour of play, Palace striker Christian Benteke took care of the equalizer, but it was El Ghazi who determined the half-time score. After the break, however, things went wrong for Villa. Via Wilfried Zaha it became 2-2 fifteen minutes before time and in the 84th minute the 21-year-old Tyrick Mitchell made the winning 3-2 for the home team. In the 88th minute, El Ghazi was taken to the side by Villa coach Dean Smith.
Both Palace and Aston Villa had nothing left to play for. Palace is in 13th place in the Premier League, Villa in 11th place. Both teams still have two games to play this season.
El Ghazi crowns pre-selection for Orange with tenth competition goal for Aston Villa | Foreign football
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