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Albert Adomah set to return to English Premier League with Aston Villa

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Albert Adomah set to return to English Premier League

Ghanaian winger Albert Adomah was in action, as Aton Villa defeated Derby County 2-1 on Monday in the Championship Play-off, to book their ticket to the English Premier League.

Albert Adomah three seasons ago played a role as Middlesbrough secured qualification to the Premier League, yet he left them to join Aston Villa in the Championship.

And he has done it again by contributing to Aston Villa’s return to the topflight English football.

Prince William, a devoted Villa fan, looked on from a private box in the stadium and joyously celebrated after the final whistle as his team won what is billed as the world’s most lucrative match.

Prince William, a devoted Villa fan

Prince William, a devoted Villa fan, celebrating the victory

Dutch international Anwar El Ghazi scored for the Birmingham club just before halftime, while Derby goalkeeper Kelle Roos bungled a saved in the 59th minute that allowed John McGinn to head the ball out of his hands for the second goal.
A late goal by Martyn Waghorn gave Derby some life in the 81st minute, but it was too little too late.
Villa is set to reap $215 million as a result of broadcasting and commercial revenue associated with entry into football’s richest league, according to Deloitte’s Sports Business Group.

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