Guzan hopes for Uefa probe

Villa keeper unhappy at fans' actions

Guzan: Came under fire from fans

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Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan hopes Uefa will look into the fact that he was struck by missiles in Vienna.

Villa clashed with Rapid Vienna in the first leg of their Europa League play-off, although the American had more than just shots to worry about.

The 25-year-old came under fire in the 1-1 draw and hopes that Uefa take action to prevent the incidents being repeated further down the line.

Guzan is more than pleased with Villa's away draw and believes it gives something for the team to build on in the return leg on home soil.

Missiles

When asked what he was hit by, Guzan told Sky Sports News: "A couple of beers, some water and lighters.

"You don't like to see it anywhere in football. I'm sure Uefa officials were at the game and will look into it.

"The fans here create a good atmosphere. We knew it would be a tough game.

"We'll take the 1-1 result. This is a result we will be happy to take back to Villa Park."