We requested Jonathan Drape-Comyn to provide us his match rankings and participant feedback after Bournemouth 2 Newcastle 0.
A tricky watch.
Two second half objectives from a participant Eddie Howe signed for Bournemouth, finally the distinction between the 2 sides.
Pope – 7.5
Thought he had a very good efficiency.
A few actually good saves.
Two fingers as much as that moron Southgate.
Trippier – 3
One other horrible efficiency, he’s positively off form as of late.
Nonetheless so essential to have him on the pitch in video games like this once we want expertise and sport administration greater than ever however god he was horrible once more right now.
Lascelles – 7
Made one purpose saving deal with within the first half and one of many few gamers on the pitch in inexperienced who you may say had an honest sport.
Schar – 6.5
Thank god he stayed on ultimately or I fear what the rating would have been.
Simply caught out for the primary purpose however not his fault.
Regarded like he was enjoying at 70% after his first half damage.
Corridor – 5.5
Struggling to chop it in the meanwhile however clearly a whole lot of potential there.
Miley – 8
The largest constructive from right now.
He’s a giant lad and fitted in actually properly within the deep mendacity function.
Longstaff – 6
Had an honest first half however simply overran within the second.
Missed an incredible likelihood as effectively.
Willock – 6
Nameless within the second however did spring into life a few instances as soon as we went 1-0 down.
Joelinton – 3.5
Performed just like the previous Joelinton.
Almiron – N/A
No actual influence on the sport when he was on.
Gordon – 6.5
Fairly a couple of vivid moments however let himself down with the ultimate product.
Ritchie – 5
Shouldn’t be enjoying at this stage in any respect.
Livramento – 8
High quality once more when he got here on.
Parkinson – N/A
Not on lengthy sufficient to guage.
Krafth – N/A
Not on lengthy sufficient to guage.
Stats by way of BBC Sport:
Bournemouth 2 Newcastle 0 – Saturday 11 November 5.30pm
Solanke 60, 73
Possession was Bournemouth 48% Newcastle 52%
Complete pictures have been Bournemouth 19 Newcastle 8
Photographs heading in the right direction have been Bournemouth 10 Newcastle 5
Corners have been Bournemouth 6 Newcastle 5
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Attendance: 11,201 (Newcastle 1,100
Newcastle group v Bournemouth:
Pope, Trippier, Lascelles, Schar, Corridor (Livramento 45), Longstaff, Lewis Miley (Parkinson 66), Willock (Krafth 90+5), Almiron (Ritchie 31), Gordon, Joelinton
Dubravka, Gillespie, Dummett, Alex Murphy, Diallo
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