AFC Bournemouth 2 – 1 Huddersfield Town Football Highlights
(English Premier League )
Premier League : AFC Bournemouth took all all three points from Visitors Huddersfield Town, which takes them into 6th position on the premier League table.
Goals (2-1) And Cards
⚽5′ Callum Wilson 1 – 0
⚽22′ Ryan Fraser 2 – 0
⚽38′ 2 – 1 Terence Kongolo
🌕57′ Aaron Mooy
🌕61′ Philip Billing
🌕64′ Charlie Daniels
🌕73′ Simon Francis
🌕90′ Lys Mousset
🌕90′ Lewis Cook
Highlights : AFC Bournemouth Vs Liverpool
AFC Bournemouth : Begovic (9), Francis (7), S Cook (7), Ake (8), Daniels (6), Brooks (5), Lerma (6), L Cook (6), Fraser (8), Wilson (8), King (7).
Subs: Stanislas (6), Mousset (n/a), Mings (n/a).
Huddersfield Town : Lossl (6), Durm (6), Schindler (7), Jorgensen (7), Kongolo (7), Hadergjonaj (8), Hogg (7), Billing (6), Mooy (7), Pritchard (8), Depoitre (7).
Subs: Mbenza (6), Sabiri (n/a). Sobhi (6).
Man Of The Match : Asmir Begovic
Bournemouth are unbeaten in seven home matches against Huddersfield Town in all competitions (W4 D3) since losing 0-1 in League One in August 2007.
Eddie Howe’s side have ended a run of four consecutive Premier League defeats, winning their first game in the competition since a 3-0 victory against Fulham in October.
Since the start of last season, only Brighton (17) and Watford (16) have lost more away Premier League games than Huddersfield (15).
Huddersfield have won just two of their last 19 Premier League games (D6 L11).
Terence Kongolo’s goal for Huddersfield was their fourth headed goal in the Premier League this season (4/10) – only Burnley (46%) and Newcastle United (55%) have scored a higher percentage of headed goals than Huddersfield (40%) in the competition this season.
Ryan Fraser has provided seven Premier League assists for Bournemouth so far this season – more than any other player has provided for the Cherries in a single Premier League campaign.
Callum Wilson has scored eight Premier League goals in 15 appearances for Bournemouth this season – as many as his managed in 28 games last season. Wilson has both scored and assisted in three different Premier League games this season (level with Raheem Sterling) – no player has done this on more occasions this season.