AFC Bournemouth 2 – 2 Newcastle United Football Highlights
Venue : Vitality Stadium
Key Moments Recap :Goal : 0 – 1 Salomon Rondon
A brilliant free-kick from Rondon! The Venezuelan striker curls his shot into the top corner and it gets the better of Boruc! Newcastle lead!
Goal : Joshua King (pen.) 1 – 1
Fraser’s corner is headed clear by Dummett but Dean points to the spot! Fernandez is deemed to have pulled down Ake. That is a soft penalty looking at the replays. King sends Dubravka the wrong way as he fires his penalty down the Slovakian’s right-hand side. We’re level!
Goals : Joshua King 2 – 1
Solanke sucks in a few Newcastle defenders in the box before laying it off to King, who tidily places the ball into the bottom corner using the inside of his right foot!
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Goals (2 – 1) And Cards
🌕9′ Ayoze Perez
🌕19′ Jefferson Lerma
🌕45′ Jordon Ibe
⚽45′ 0 – 1 Salomon Rondon
⚽48′ Joshua King (pen.) 1 – 1
🌕75′ Isaac Hayden
⚽81′ Joshua King 2 – 1
🌕83′ Charlie Daniels
Video HD Highlights below
Player Ratings (Starting Lineup)
Bournemouth FC : Boruc (6), Clyne (5), Mepham (6), Ake (6), Daniels (6), Brooks (6), Lerma (7), Fraser (7), Ibe (7), King (8), Wilson (6)
Subs: Solanke (7)
Newcastle United City : Dubravka (7), Yedlin (6), Lejeune (6), Fernandez (6), Dummett (6), Ritchie (7), Hayden (7), Diame (6), Perez (6), Almiron (6), Rondon (7)
Subs: Atsu (6), Muto (N/A), Shelvey (N/A)
Man Of The Match :
AFC Bournemouth will love to build on their defeat over Huddersfield Town last weekend, which ended their run if five games without a victory..
Newcastle on the other hand, are looking to swiftly secure Relegation safty after going four points closer to Rafa Benitez’s target of 38 points in their home win last weekend. However their last away game saw them lose to West Ham United.
Benitez said he has educated the players on the issues and also the need to be careful ahead of the game at the Vitality Stadium.
“You can see that the confidence is high, but again I have told them, we have to be careful.“Still the job is not done, so we have to keep working hard, we need to approach every game like a final, and if we do that and we don’t make the mistakes that we did against West Ham, we can compete against anyone.”
Newcastle United will not have their captain Jamaal Lascelles, who is out with a knee injury and Joins Sean Longstaff and Rob Elliott on the sidelines.
AFC Bournemouth have only old injury issues, Steve Cook (groin), Simon Francis and Lewis Cook (both knee)
- Bournemouth have won neither of their home Premier League meetings with Newcastle, losing in 2015-16 and drawing in 2017-18.
- Newcastle’s only league defeat away at Bournemouth came in the second tier in September 1989, with Mick Quinn scoring the Magpies’ goal in a 1-2 defeat.
- The home side has only won once in the five previous Premier League meetings between Bournemouth and Newcastle (D1 L3), with Newcastle winning the reverse fixture at St James’ Park in November.
- Newcastle have won just three of their 27 away Premier League games on the south coast (vs Brighton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Southampton), drawing 10 and losing 14.
- Each of Bournemouth’s last seven home league defeats have come against ‘big six’ opposition. The last side from outside the ‘big six’ to beat them at the Vitality Stadium was Burnley in November 2017.
- Newcastle have picked up just two points from their last 18 available away from home in the Premier League (P6 W0 D2 L4).
- Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson have combined for nine Premier League goals for Bournemouth this season – the last duo to combine for more in a single season were Arsenal’s Nicolas Anelka and Dennis Bergkamp in 1998-99 (10 goals).
- Only against Swansea (4) has Salomon Rondon scored more Premier League goals than he has against Bournemouth (3), with the Venezuelan netting both of Newcastle’s goals in their 2-1 win against the Cherries earlier this season.
- Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson is looking to score in four consecutive league appearances for the first time since October 2014 in the Championship.
- Newcastle’s Ayoze Perez has netted six Premier League goals this season, though they’ve all been at St James’ Park. He’s the highest goalscorer in the division this season yet to score away from home.