Bournemouth destroy Tottenham after injury time winner

Premier League

As a result of Dango Ouattara’s dramatic injury-time winner at Tottenham, Bournemouth “took a huge step” toward Premier League safety.

First-half goals for the hosts came from Son Heung-min and Uruguayan left-back For Bournemouth, Matias Vina marked his first Premier League appearance with a well-earned equalizer.

After Dominic Solanke gave the Cherries the lead early in the second half, it appeared like they would secure all three points. However, on 88 minutes, Arnaut Danjuma came off the bench to tie the score against his former team.

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Richarlison, a fellow Spurs replacement, missed a free header deep into stoppage time, and then the opposition went up the other end and Ouattara scored a stunning winner.

The Cherries are currently six points above the relegation zone in 14th after defeating relegation-threatened Leicester last week to move out of the bottom three.

“To come here and win is one thing, to come here and be as dominant as we were is impressive,” said O’Neil, whose team’s next opponents will be West Ham, Southampton, and Leeds over the next seven days.

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“We’ll enjoy this one, but we try not to indulge ourselves excessively. Next week is also going to be a big week, so we’ll make sure the guys are prepared.

Due to Bournemouth’s bus becoming stopped in traffic after a collision, kickoff was delayed by 15 minutes, but the Cherries were ready to fight back when Son swept in Ivan Perisic’s cutback.

After a high press allowed the guests to win the ball back deep in the hosts’ half, Vina, a January loan signing from Roma, equalized the score before Solanke slid in his fifth league goal of the year.

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Spurs chased a victory that would have pulled them level on points with Newcastle and Manchester United until Dutch winger Danjuma blasted a shot into the bottom corner from the edge of the area.

Last month, Bournemouth lost heartbreakingly late against Arsenal, but Burkina Faso forward Ouattara scored his first Premier League goal to make it a successful return to north London.

As chairman Daniel Levy continues to look for Antonio Conte’s replacement, Burnley manager Vincent Kompany has most recently been mentioned in connection with the position. Spurs are still in fifth place.

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