Gutted Ezri Konsa learns his winning goal is awarded to Tyrone Mings

‘I’m absolutely heartbroken’: Gutted Ezri Konsa slumps to the floor ahead of post-match interview after learning his last-minute winner for Aston Villa – and what would have been his first Premier League goal – had been awarded to Tyrone Mings

  • Ezri Konsa is told he DIDN’T score the last-minute winner for Aston Villa
  • The Villa defender thought he scored his first Premier League goal for the club
  • After being told Tyrone Mings got the final touch, Konsa slumped to the floor
  • ‘I’m heartbroken,’ Konsa admitted after his reaction was caught on camera
  • Villa came from behind to beat relegation-rivals Watford at Villa Park on Tuesday

Aston Villa defender Ezri Konsa was dealt a heartbreaking blow on Tuesday evening when he was told his game-winning goal against Watford had in fact come off Tyrone Mings’ foot.

The 22-year-old’s reaction was captured on camera before he was interviewed by journalists.

After slumping to the floor, Konsa admitted: ‘I’m heartbroken. I’m absolutely heartbroken.’

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Ezri Konsa slumps to the floor after he is told he didn’t score Aston Villa’s last-gasp winner

Before his post-match interview, Konsa is told that Tyrone Mings has been awarded the goal

The 22-year-old holds his face in his hands after hearing that he hasn’t scored his first Villa goal

Having had his first Premier League goal ripped away from him, Konsa looked on the bright side before saying: ‘At least we won.’

Villa pulled off a brilliant comeback to beat the Hornets at Villa Park after Troy Deeney headed the visitors in front.

Douglas Luiz equalised in the second half for Dean Smith’s men before Konsa was on hand to play a vital role in winning it in stoppage time.  

A gutted Konsa looks up in disbelief before revealing that he’s ‘absolutely heartbroken’ 

Konsa (left) and Mings (right) laughed about the incident after the game on Tuesday

Following the impressive result, Konsa and Mings laughed about the incident in their post-match interview.

‘I’m heartbroken – nah I’m joking,’ Konsa laughed. ‘We got victory that’s all that matters.’

When asked who actually scored the goal, Mings said: ‘Me, unfortunately. 

‘It’s cliche to come on here and say that the goal doesn’t matter because the three points is the most important thing but when you got the three points it’s also nice to score – it makes it even sweeter.’

Konsa thought he scored in 95th minute but the ball hit Mings’ foot (right) before going in

Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster is unable to prevent the ball from going in on Tuesday evening 

The 22-year-old centre back passionately celebrates as Dean Smith’s side win all three points

Konsa poked fun at himself after the game by laughing at his goal reaction on Twitter

Konsa, who completed his £12million move from Brentford last summer, took to Twitter after the game to poke fun at what he thought was his first goal for the club in the Premier League.

‘When you think you’ve scored your first goal for Villa,’ he laughed.

The win sees the Birmingham outfit move two points clear of Bournemouth in the relegation zone.




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