Adomah makes it three goals in three consecutive appearances

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The rejuvenated winger continued his rich goal scoring form with another goal Villa's 4-0 win at Burton

Albert Adomah once again justified why he deserves a Black Stars relook after another stunning performance for Aston Villa in their 4-0 win over Burton Albion in the Championship on Tuesday.

Keinan Davis headed Villa ahead, then Adomah netted his fourth goal in three games from the edge of the box following a Robert Snodgrass pass.

Snodgrass then fired in the third before substitute Josh Onomah tapped in the fourth to complete the rout which saw Villa complete back-to-back away league victories for the first time since September 2014.

Adomah has now netted four goals in six appearances for the Villans so far this campaign, a goal more than he managed last season in 38 appearances. 

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With emerging reports suggesting that Andre and Jordan Ayew will not be included in the Black Stars squad for the upcoming crucial 2018 World Cup Qualifier against Uganda, Kwesi

Appiah could do with a form player and at the moment, there is no Ghanaian hitting the net like Adomah.  

Villa are at home to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday. 

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