Football Soccer - Wycombe Wanderers v Aston Villa - FA Cup Third Round - Adams Park - 9/1/16
Aston Villa's Micah Richards receives treatment after sustaining an injury
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Aston Villa captain Micah Richards became embroiled in a heated pitchside debate with disgruntled fans on Saturday as the Premier League strugglers' desperate season unravelled further with a 1-1 draw at fourth-tier Wycombe Wanderers in the FA Cup.Richards' interaction with the fans brought praise from his beleaguered manager.Richards had been one of Villa's better performers before coming off with injury, having scored their 22nd-minute opener before Joe Jacobson equalised from the penalty spot just after halftime.Villa can think themselves a mite unfortunate that they did not successfully negotiate what had always looked a tricky hurdle.They had a strong claim for a penalty turned down in the first half, saw referee Michael Oliver award Wycombe a dubious penalty for Ashley Westwood's clash with Matt Bloomfield and suffered more agony when Gestede's late deflected shot struck the bar.
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