B’mouth vs Everton
2:00pm Sunday 15th September
Callum Wilson took advantage of the abysmal defensive performance by Everton on Sunday to score twice in a Premier League home win for Bournemouth.
At a tight affair between two evenly matched teams it had been the Toffees tacky defending that cost themfirstly allowing Wilson to net (23) after failing to deal with a set-piece. Dominic Calvert-Lewin notched his first goal for 13 matches to level this up (44) but also a Ryan Fraser free-kick from the left was deflected past Jordan Pickford by Fabian Delph to hand the Cherries the lead (66).
Wilson subsequently caught upon a few more disorganisation in the Everton backline with a lobbed finish over Pickford (73) to secure Bournemouth’s first home win of the season.
As they remain without an away win since March, for Everton hopes of a finish look roads away with this showing.
Bournemouth had the better of the opening exchanges with Lewis Cook looking in good fettle despite nine months out with a knee injury.
But, the first significant blow was nearly landed by Everton 17 minutes however Richarlison shot from 25 yards smacked against the crossbar.
It was the Cherries that struck on 23 minutes. Diego Rico’s corner fell to Josh King in acres of space. King probably should’ve scored himself but Wilson led home his first ball across the face.
Richarlison levelled on 37 minutes but nodded wide from a cross before he turned provider just.
The Brazilian delivered in the best but there was plenty for Calvert-Lewin to do as he moved over Steve Cook and led home with power.
Everton had the ascendancy after half-time with Aaron Ramsdale thwarting Gylfi Sigurdsson using a tidy save — among four stops over the course of the 90 minutes.
Eddie Howe predicted in the seat ryan Fraser and he made an impact on 67 minutes to turn the game in Bournemouth’s favour.
Along with his right foot which took the ball past a Pickford, Delph miscued the embarrassing delivery of Fraser In the free-kick down the abandoned.
Things would get worse to the Everton backline as Wilson grabbed his second when Bournemouth wrapped up the things.
Rico knocked a ball through the heart of the Toffees defence and Wilson was given the Vitality Stadium’s liberty into saunter through and unwind the ball Pickford by the edge of the area.
Graeme Souness said:»He played very well today. Players don’t enjoy playing against him. You can be taken by him and he is fast. He is the actual deal.»
The England striker had just two chances in the game and he chose them both, showing brilliantly predatory instincts to the initial and enormous levels of skill for the second. The two Michael Keane and Yerry Mina had to overlook while Fabian Delph did not offer protection before — Wilson punished their levels that are lacklustre. Since the start of last season, only Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling (32) was directly engaged in greater Premier League goals amongst Englishmen compared to Wilson (26 — 17 goals, 9 assists).
«I think Everton will look to their own defending and say that is what cost them this game. We speak about Premier League matches being decided by margins and that’s what it was now. Poor lawsuit by Fabian Delph. Since he has not obtained a perfect foot he makes the decision to go along with his foot — poor. Put your foot you. It is not good if you end up in that situation. Whichever way you dress it up it really poor.
«A simple bit of reconciliation, it’s bread and butter things. Don’t take your eye off the ball. Just set it back into Ryan Fraser, kick it from the scene but only make some kind of contact so that it will not end up in the back of your net.»
«It was hard job — a challenging day, a sexy moment. We asked our guys to put in a genuine physical effort and they did it. It was a day where work brings you the win.
«It’s a big win for us emotionally for us — we need to win games in the home. The atmosphere around the floor only improves by winning. We knew today was a moment in our season. Hopefully we can use now as a launchpad for the rest of the year»
«It wasn’t a fantastic day for us, maybe not a great result. It’s one we can learn from.
«When you make mistakes as we did now in the Premier League away from home, it’s difficult to win. We controlled the match in some phases but we gave things that were easy for them.
«We must learn quickly as we will need to win football games away from home.»
The Cherries have a derby to look ahead to next Friday against Southampton, live on Sky Sports, although Everton host Sheffield United on Saturday.
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