Mohamed Salah’s miss penalty in 69minute, Philip Charging’s 28th-minute strike was enough for AFC Bournemouth to guarantee a restricted 1-0 victory over Liverpool, finishing the Cherries’ eight-game winless spat Premier League meetings with the Reds.
Mohamed Salah’s miss penalty
Under seven days after they recorded a noteworthy 7-0 victory over their neighborhood rivals Manchester United together, Liverpool made the excursion toward the South Coast to confront a Bournemouth side who they pounded 9-0 in August. The noon challenge got off to a thrilling beginning as Virgil van Dijk had a goalbound header tidied up the line, before Dango Ouattara scorned a great chance for the hosts, terminating into the side netting subsequent to being constrained wide by Alisson Becker. Cody Gakpo, who was one of three Liverpool players to score a support last weekend, guided the ball past Neto from Darwin Núñez’s exact knockdown, yet his work was quickly chalked off for offside.
The Cherries had fail to score in their past three home meetings against Jürgen Klopp’s side, yet that fruitless run was finished before the half-hour mark. Ouattara drove towards the byline prior to scaling the ball back for Charging to direct home his 6th goal of the time. With the Reds unfit to marshal a reaction before the break, Klopp meeting Diogo Jota from the seat at HT.
With a little more than 20 minutes remaining, Jota was involved indeed when his header towards the goal was taken care of by Adam Smith, constraining ref John Streams to highlight the spot following a VAR survey. Salah cushioned his lines from the ensuing penalty, impacting the ball horribly wide of the Bournemouth goal. Liverpool drove their hosts once again in the end arranges, yet an adjusting goal demonstrated slippery as Bournemouth held firm to guarantee their most memorable home clean sheet of 2023.
The valuable success gets the Cherries off the foot of the table and out of the relegation zone, while Liverpool stay in fifth position for now.