Tyrone Mings has expressed his disappointment on his personal Twitter account after Aston Villa suffered a 2-1 defeat to Wolves on Sunday afternoon.
The England centre-back admitted that he was pleased for goalkeeper Orjan Nyland who made his Premier League debut at Molineux.
Dean Smith went into the game with a depleted squad. Jack Grealish, Bjorn Engels and Tom Heaton were all missing before Jed Steer and Matt Targett also had to come off injured during the game.
It meant that Mings had a new centre-back partner in Ezri Konsa alongside side him, as he sent this message from his personal Twitter account after the game.
Still disappointed with the result yesterday but really happy for this man @OrjanHNyland1 – congrats on your premier league debut 👊🏽 pic.twitter.com/9308tXSc9v
— Tyrone Mings (@OfficialTM_3) November 11, 2019
Smith would have been pretty annoyed in the manner in which Villa performed, especially in the first half when they were well off it.
They did come back slightly after the break but it wasn’t enough as Villa slumped to their third defeat on the bounce in the Premier League.
Mings is now on international duty with England, as he will more than likely start for Gareth Southgate’s side when they take part in their up and coming qualifiers.
Amid all the knocks and injuries around the training ground, Smith will be hoping Mings returns to Villa Park in one piece as they take part in a very important fixture against Newcastle United after the international break.