Aston Villa’s Tyrone Mings stamped on the face of Reading’s Nelson Oliveira

Reading 0 – Aston Villa 0
Reading and Aston Villa played out a goalless draw in the Championship on Saturday.
Aston Villa are ninth in the league with 43 points. Villa are four points behind Bristol City in sixth.
As for Reading, the Royals are third bottom in the league.
Reading only have 25 points from 30 matches, and they are a point behind Rotherham.
Tyrone Mings stamped on Nelson Oliveira’s face
Tyrone Mings joined Aston Villa on loan from Bournemouth on transfer deadline day.
Mings had only played in seven matches for Bournemouth this season.
On his debut for Villa against Reading, Mings was involved in a horrible incident.
The Villa centre-half, wearing the number 40, stamped on Nelson Oliveira’s face.
Mings appeared to land his studs in Oliveira’s kisser by accident.
The incident happened after Mings had intercepted the ball as Oliveira tried to break forward.
Tyrone Mings stamped on Nelson Oliveira’s face (1)
Tyrone Mings stamped on Nelson Oliveira’s face (2)
Oliveira tumbled to the turf after Mings made his challenge, Mings then stumbled, and he ended up planting his boot in his opponent’s face.
The Reading forward was left with a face gushing with blood after the coming together.
For the record Mings wasn’t booked.
Tyrone Mings stamped on Nelson Oliveira’s face (3)
Tyrone Mings stamped on Nelson Oliveira’s face (4)
Social media reaction

And #avfc got the free kick for this #readingfc @OfficialTM_3 absolutely shocking! Happens once maybe a mistake but now twice he’s stamped on a players head!
— BerkshireBoys (@BerkshireBoys_) February 2, 2019

@FA will you be investing this face stamp by Tyrone Mings and the frankly diabolical refereeing performance today? #readingfc
— Milo (@MiloRoyal1871) February 2, 2019

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#avfc at risk of losing Tyrone Mings after one game. Fell true to form and stamped on another head. Disgusting player. No interest in having him at our club. Get shut Villa.
— Dickie B (@dickiebaird) February 2, 2019

Decent performance and game that, both ‘keepers having blinders. Our threat went with Oliveira having to going off. Avoidable from Tyrone Mings? Absolutely. #readingfc #avfc
— Matt Smith (@RustyRoyal) February 2, 2019

Tyrone Mings has previous head stamping. Needs the book throwing at him. #REAvAVL #ReadingFC
— Roy Main. 🇪🇺 (@devon1sh) February 2, 2019

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