Aston Villa seem to have finally found their rhythm somewhat following back-to-back wins.
Steve Bruce’s side had a difficult start to the Championship season, drawing one and losing two, but they managed to pick up their first triumph last weekend.
The game had six goals, three of which were scored by Conor Hourihane in a 4-2 victory over Norwich City at Villa Park.
On Tuesday night, the Midlands outfit faced League One opposition Wigan Athletic in the second round of the Carabao Cup and they secured a comfortable 4-1 win.
Scott Hogan scored twice, while Birkir Bjarnason also found the back of the net; as did Albert Adomah.
The latter’s first-half goal was a talking point, not because of the action itself, but more because of the celebration.
Rather than go for a classic gesture, the 29-year-old opted to do a headstand in front of the goal.
The celebration caught the eye of teenage winger Andre Green, who applauded his teammate’s effort on Twitter.
What a celebration??? pic.twitter.com/1aUT5AAAyG
— André Green (@AndreGreen_) August 22, 2017