AFC Bournemouth completed one of the comebacks of the season against Liverpool FC in today’s English Premier League match at the Vitality Stadium.
The visitors dominated the first half and took the lead in the 20th minute through a classic Sadio Mane goal. The Reds then doubled the lead two minutes later with an insane goal by Origi. Although both goals came from horrendous decision-making by Bournemouth’s number one, Artur Boruc.
The Cherries started the second half better than they did the first, and got their first goal from the spot, which Callum Wilson converted beautifully in the 56th minute.
Emre Can then restored Liverpool’s two-goal cushion in the 64th minute, and it went downhill for Liverpool from there.
Goals from Ryan Fraser and Steve Cook levelled the score line at 3-3, and Nathan Ake’s last gap winner after Loris Karius’ spilled the ball, gave Bournemouth a much deserved victory.
The result sees Liverpool miss a prime opportunity to take back second spot and keep the pressure on Chelsea Fc, after Arsenal’s 5-1 victory over West Ham United yesterday took the gunners up to second, and dropped Liverpool to third.