AFC Bournemouth 1 – 1 Wolves Football Highlights
Key Moments Recap :Goal : Joshua King 1 – 0
King himself steps up to open his body up and side-foot a well-struck penalty into the bottom right-hand corner of the net for his ninth Premier League goal of the season.
Goal : 1 – 1 (pen.) Raul Jimenez
It is four in four games for Jimenez as the Mexican rolls the ball home for his 10th league goal of the season.
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Goals (1 – 1) And Cards
🌕2′ Adam Smith
⚽14′ Joshua King (pen.) 1 – 0
🌕21′ Diogo Jota
🌕42′ Leander Dendoncker
🌕57′ Ryan Bennett
🌕70′ Jefferson Lerma
🌕77′ Raul Jimenez
⚽83′ 1 – 1 (pen.) Raul Jimenez
🌕85′ Ruben Neves
🌕90′ Dan Gosling
🌕90′ Artur Boruc
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Player Ratings (Starting Lineup)
AFC Bournemouth : Boruc (6), Clyne (6), Ake (9), Mepham (6), A Smith (6), Ibe (6), Lerma (6), Gosling (6), Fraser (8), King (7), Solanke (6)
Subs: Mousset (6)
Wolverhampton Wanderers : Patricio (6), Doherty (7), Bennett (7), Boly (6), Coady (6), Jonny (6), Dendoncker (6), Moutinho (7), Neves (6), Jimenez (6), Jota (7)
Subs: Ruddy, Cavaleiro, Costa, Gibbs-White, Saiss, Vinagre, Traore
Man Of The Match : Nathan Ake
- Bournemouth have never lost a Premier League home game against newly promoted opposition (W7 D3)
- This was the first Premier League game to have three penalties taken since West Ham versus Watford in April 2016
- Wolves have scored 74% of their Premier League goals in the second half of games this season (26/35), a league-high ratio
- Wolves have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last nine Premier League away games since a 1-0 win versus Crystal Palace in October
- Bournemouth’s Josh King is now the outright third top-scoring Norwegian in the Premier League (39 goals), with only Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (91) and Steffen Iversen (40) netting more
- Bournemouth’s Adam Smith was shown a yellow card after 49 seconds, the second quickest card awarded in the Premier League this term (after Vincent Kompany, 31 seconds v Burnley in October)
Wolverhampton Wanderers have had an impressive run of results, winning five ofbtheir last seven games, as they push to finish sevent in their first season back in the Premier League.
Callum Wilson, David Brooks, Simon Francis and Lewis Cook are out of the clash due to injuries, while will need to undergo late fitness checks ahead of the game.
AFC Bournemouth sit eleventh on the Premier League table, nine points off the relegation zone and will have the opportunity to move three places up, if they can win the game.