Villa's Shorey (centre) feels the force of a double CSKA Moscow challenge
A weakened Aston Villa side were dumped out of the Uefa Cup after being beaten away to CSKA Moscow in the second leg of their last-32 tie.
Villa were missing eight first-team regulars and managed to get to half-time all square.
But Yuri Zhirkov drove in a shot from the edge of the area to put CSKA ahead.
Villa searched for an equaliser but were caught out when Vagner Love fired home during injury-time to secure CSKA Moscow's win 3-1 on aggregate.
The visitors' exit came as little surprise considering Gareth Barry, Brad Friedel, Emile Heskey, James Milner, Ashley Young, Gabriel Agbonlahor, Carlos Cuellar and Stiliyan Petrov had not travelled to Moscow.
Manager Martin O'Neill has put finishing in the top four of the Premier League and achieving a Champions League spot ahead of trying to win the Uefa Cup.
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