Bournemouth Football Club Vs Sunderland Football Club
Sunderland was able to end their winless beginning in the English Premier League season against Bournemouth with the score of 1-2 at Dean Court with David Moyes serving a one-game touchline ban. Sunderland was left behind after an opening goal for Dan Gosling at the 11th minute of the game. But a successful equalizer shot was been made by Victor Anichebe in the 33rd minute of the game. It was his first league goal under 546 days. Sunderland looked devastated with the last 30th minutes remaining after Steven Pienaar has been issued with a red card. However, Jermain Defoe was able to secure the win for Sunderland at 74th minute of the game with a successful penalty kick. The win against Bournemouth Football Club moves Sunderland Football Club leveling up with five points with Swansea City but they remain the bottom club because of the goal difference.
Bournemouth gives their best shot at the closing stages against the visitors. But unfortunately Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford making successful saves to secure his squad victory. But Sunderland manager David Moyes did not include Jordan Pickford on the substitution he made as he is only watching at the stands after accepting the misconduct charge. John O’Shea, Jack Rodwell, and Wahabi Khazri were replaced by Papy Djilobodji, Paddy McNair, and Victor Anichebe. Dan Gosling had his opportunity to have an impact on the game despite Andrew Surman’s absence. He was able to deliver an opening goal at the 11th minute of the game giving his team the early advantage.
Adam Smith takes responsible for the position of Patrick Van Aanholt after he was been substituted for Joshua King to come in. He rushed down the right wing before dispatching the ball into the area. Sunderland squad were pushing forward anytime they can see an opportunity open every time they went forward and Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford should be vigilant to block a shot that might be coming from Bournemouth striker Joshua King after Patrick Van Aanholt been substituted. However, the Sunderland brought the danger on their own and successfully equalized the game at 33rd minute of the game by an outstanding goal by Victor Anichebe. The Sunderland squad showed the great fortitude to hold off Simon Francis inside the box and Anichebe was able to keep his self-control to wreck the hosts from an acute angle. Unfortunately, Steven Pienaar was given a red card in the 59th minute of the game after drawing a foul on Jack Wilshere and making a dangerous tackle on Junior Stanislas just right in front of referee Mike Dean who left with no option but to send off the midfielder out of the game.
Bournemouth almost regain the lead at the second half but Jack Wilshere missed a close range shot from close range at 66th minutes of the game with an impressive play with Junior Stanislas. The all-action Victor Anichebe barge into the box and Adam Smith dragged him down to the ground as when he was about to release a strike. Jermain Defoe stepped up and, despite the tension of the situation, He were able to keep his confidence to deliver a powerful shot successfully to the net. The Sunderland squad defended their box with resoluteness that were losing on their previous 10 matches. The hosts created plenty of opportunities to goal, but Sunderland was able to clear the threat in climacteric situations. When Bournemouth would have the opportunity to release a shot, Jordan Pickford performing his duties very well. Junior Stanislas strikes a 15 yards shot that was aiming for the top corner has been cleared by Jordan Pickford diverting the shot away from the goal with a superb one-handed save.
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