Mile Jedinak praised for 'immense' performance for Aston Villa

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His second half goal helped Villa to a 2-0 win over city rivals Birmingham.

The win was the seventh match in a row the Villains have won in the league and took them a point ahead of Derby County as they look to secure an automatic promotion spot.

Bruce only returned from compassionate leave after the death of his father a day earlier, and the shed a tear as his side captured the lead on the hour mark. It was only Jedinak's sixth full match of the season.

Villa, loaded with experience, were the better side and goals by Albert Adomah and Conor Hourihane in the second half made for an appropriate scoreline.

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The Villa skipper's restraint was tested when he pushed N'Doye away after a foul on his teammate Mile Jedinak, and then went for Terry himself.

Fans were pleased with the performance of their side during the fierce derby, a match they have not lost in since the 204/05 season when both teams were in the Premier League.

Assistant manager Colin Calderwood has talked up Steve Bruce's part in Aston Villa's win over Birmingham City and hopes that the three points provide the boss with some happiness following a tough week.

"We are certainly enjoying the elation of beating Birmingham on derby day as the players are very focused on the future".

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