Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace Live Match Streaming | Premier League 2018/19

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace Live Match Streaming.An excellent individual effort from Wilfried Zaha looked to have sealed a valuable three points for the Eagles until once again Bournemouth scored a late goal to take a share of the spoils. Seven points separated both sides as the relegation run in continues to be as tight as ever this season and Roy Hodgson went into this one without the injured Christian Benteke but did welcome back James Tomkins and Ruben Loftus-Cheek into the starting eleven. Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace Live Match Streaming

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace Live Match Streaming

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Date: Tuesday 2 October, 19:00 UTC time
Location: Bournemouth
Venue:Vitality Stadium

 “I thought we played pretty well today actually. It was a good performance but there were patches we weren’t happy with. “We created a lot of chances. They attacked us well and they have good players. Wilfried Zaha causes us problems. “We keep going behind which is not something we want to do. Palace are a good team so I don’t underestimate their qualities but we fought back to get a valuable point. “You always look to the bench and I was really pleased to bring those players on. They made a big difference. “We deserved that goal for our overall performances. Counter-attack wise they were a threat and we did well to stay in the game and grab one at the end. “You can’t tell what the points target will be so we just need to focus on our next game. The season isn’t over yet, we still have work to do.”

The hosts had the perfect opportunity to take an early advantage as Charlie Daniels played the ball into the box and he found Callum Wilson but the striker, who was left unmarked in wasn’t able to connect in the way he would have liked and the ball ran out of play. On nine minutes Palace had their first chance of the afternoon when Andros Townsend played the ball across goal but Steve Cook just got to it ahead of  Wilfried Zaha to put out of play and give away the first corner of the afternoon. James McArthur had the next opportunity to break the deadlock for the visitors when after a good spell of passing he was the man with the ball at his feet, inside the box, and the chance to shoot which he did but with the effort heading towards goal he saw it blocked by Nathan Ake.  In a good first half of football between the two sides the action was soon back at the other end of the field and Palace were grateful for an excellent block by Aaron Wan-Bissaka on 37 minutes to deny Jermain Defoe when the striker was in a good position in front of goal.


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