AFC Bournemouth v West Ham United

10' Goal 10'   Yarmolenko A. Yarmolenko 17' Goal 17'   King J. King 46' Goal 46'   Wilson C. Wilson 74' Goal 74'   Cresswell A. Cresswell 32' Yellow Card 32'  Diego Rico 79' Yellow Card 79'  I. Diop 88' Yellow Card 88'  S. Cook 90' Yellow Card 90'  J. Lerma
AFC Bournemouth
  • L
  • D
  • L
  • L
  • W
  • Goal 17'  J. King 17' J. King
  • Goal 46'  C. Wilson 46' C. Wilson
2 - 2 FT
West Ham United
  • L
  • W
  • L
  • L
  • D
  • Goal 10' A. Yarmolenko 10' A. Yarmolenko
  • Goal 74' A. Cresswell 74' A. Cresswell
  • Date: 28/09/2019
  • Time: 14:00
  • Venue: Vitality Stadium
  • Referee: Stuart Attwell
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Bournemouth 2-2 West Ham

Bournemouth 2-2 West Ham
Fifth-placed West Ham travelled to sixth-placed West Ham down at the Vitality Stadium and the parity of sides was demonstrated as they played out a 2-2 draw.

After midweek EFL Cup defeats, Eddie Howe and Manuel Pellegrini reverted to the teams that won last time out in the Premier League.

After midweek EFL Cup defeats, Eddie Howe and Manuel Pellegrini reverted to the teams that won last time out in the Premier League.

Neither side settled early on, with both seeing this as a chance to push their top-six hopes but the deadlock was broken on 10 minutes.

A nice passage of play by the Hammers threatened to peter our before Felipe Anderson lofted over to Sebastien Haller. The Frenchman controlled cleverly, finding Andriy Yarmolenko who turned smartly and curled home.

That seemed to wake Bournemouth up and after some encouraging play, Nathan Ake diverted to Josh King who prodded past Lukasz Fabianksi.

The Norwegian immediately turned to see the assistant’s flag raised but the call was referred to VAR and after some delay, the goal stood.

Fabianski then went off with a thigh injury and while both teams had chances before half-time, 1-1 seemed a suitable scoreline at the break.

However, that changed moments into the second half. Bournemouth broke pretty much from the kick-off and found Callum Wilson and the England man did the rest, controlling and smashing home hard and low past Roberto.

Bournemouth thought they’d got another soon after when Ake fired home. But, there was a hint that Dominic Solanke had got the final touch from an offside position and the effort was chalked off.

Callum Wilson should have put the game beyond the Hammers but shot straight at Roberto and was made to pay soon after.

Having previously spurned a headed effort earlier in the second half, Felipe Anderson chose to nod back to the on-rushing Aaron Cresswell who struck home via a nick off Steve Cook.

Both sides pushed for a winner but chances were at a premium and in the end, 2-2 was a fair result.

AFC Bournemouth v West Ham United