AFC Bournemouth defeats Everton 3-0. HIGHLIGHTS

BOURNEMOUTH. AFC Bournemouth was finally too strong for Everton.

AFC Bournemouth defeats Everton 3-0. HIGHLIGHTS

BOURNEMOUTH. AFC Bournemouth was eventually too good for Everton with the goal of M. Tavernier (18′), K. Moore (25′) and J. Anthony (70′). Everton was unquestionably superior in terms of ball possession (64%).​

The match was played at the Vitality Stadium stadium in Bournemouth on Saturday and it started at 3:00 pm local time. The referee was Craig Pawson with the support of Marc Perry and Scott Ledger. The 4th official was Samuel Allison. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 14.9 degrees Celsius or 58.86 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 91%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 36 Ball Possession 64
Shots
  • 14 Total 15
  • 7 On Target 3
  • 7 Off Target 12
  • 1 Shots blocked 3
  • 90 Attack 124
  • 39 Dangerous attack 48
  • 90 Ball safe​ 116
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 3 Corners 5
  • 1 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 12 Total 8
  • 2 Yellow Cards 0
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 3 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

Everton had a strong ball possession 64% while AFC Bournemouth was struggling with a 36% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Everton was putting more pressure with 48 dangerous attacks and 15 shots of which 3 were on target. Anyhow, AFC Bournemouth succeeded in find the solution to win this match.​

AFC Bournemouth shot 14 times, 7 on target, 7 off target. Regarding the opposition, Everton shot 15 times, 3 on target, 12 off target.

Cards

AFC Bournemouth received 2 yellow cards (M. Senesi and L. Cook). Regarding the opposition, Everton didn’t receive any yellow card.

Match Timeline

M. Tavernier(goal)
18'
K. Moore(goal)M. Tavernier
25'
30'
S. Coleman- sub ->V. Mykolenko
M. Senesi- Yellow
45'
L. Cook- Yellow
45'
J. Anthony- sub ->K. Moore
67'
J. Anthony(goal)L. Cook
70'
75'
T. Cannon- sub ->N. Maupay
75'
A. Gordon- sub ->D. McNeil
75'
A. Doucoure- sub ->A. Onana
R. Christie- sub ->M. Tavernier
79'
B. Pearson- sub ->P. Billing
87'

Standings

After playing this match, AFC Bournemouth will have 16 points to climb in the 14th place. Regarding the opposition, Everton will stay with 14 points like West Ham United to hold in the 17th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Premier League, AFC Bournemouth will play away with Crystal Palace on the 13th of May with a 4-2 head to head record in favor of Crystal Palace (5 draws).

Everton will host Manchester City on the 13th of May with a 19-12 head to head statistic in favor of Manchester City (6 draws).

AFC Bournemouth – Formation

AFC Bournemouth
G
M. Travers 1.Republic of Ireland
6.9
D
A. Smith 15.England
7.4
D
J. Stephens 3.England
7.3
D
M. Senesi 25.Argentina
7.0
45'
D
J. Zemura 33.England
6.4
M
J. Lerma Solís 8.Colombia
7.0
M
L. Cook 4.England
7.3
45'
M
P. Billing 29.Denmark
7.3
87'
M
M. Tavernier 16.England
8.0
79' Goals18'
F
K. Moore 21.Wales
7.3
67' Goals25'
F
D. Solanke 9.England
7.1
Substitutes
D
R. Fredericks 2.England
D
J. Stacey 17.England
M
S. Dembele 20.England
M
J. Rothwell 14.England
M
R. Christie 10.Scotland
6.2
79'
M
B. Pearson 22.England
87'
M
J. Stanislas 19.England
F
J. Anthony 32.England
7.4
67' Goals70'

AFC Bournemouth started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

The manager Gary O\’Neil decided to play with the following team: Mark Travers (6.9), Adam Smith (7.4), Jack Stephens (7.3), Marcos Senesi (7.0), Jordan Zemura (6.4), Marcus Tavernier (8.0), Lewis Cook (7.3), Jefferson Lerma (7.0), Philip Billing (7.3), Dominic Solanke (7.1) and Kieffer Moore (7.3).

The home team had on the bench: Siriki Dembélé, Joe Rothwell, Cameron Plain, Ryan Christie (6.2), Ryan Fredericks, Jack Stacey, Ben Pearson, Junior Stanislas and Jaidon Anthony (7.4).

Substitutions

AFC Bournemouth made 3 changes: K. Moore for J. Anthony (67′), M. Tavernier for R. Christie (79′) and P. Billing for B. Pearson (87′).

Best player: Marcus Tavernier​

The player that probably impressed the most for AFC Bournemouth was Marcus Tavernier.

His rating is (8.0) with 1 goal, 26 passes (80% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 13. He performed 1 cross.

Everton – Formation

Everton
G
J. Pickford 1.England
6.4
D
J. Tarkowski 2.England
7.1
D
C. Coady 30.England
6.5
D
V. Mykolenko 19.Ukraine
6.1
30'
D
N. Patterson 3.Scotland
6.3
M
I. Gueye 27.Senegal
6.8
M
A. Mvom Onana 8.Belgium
6.7
75'
M
A. Iwobi 17.Nigeria
7.4
F
D. Gray 11.England
6.9
F
N. Maupay 20.France
6.6
75'
F
D. McNeil 7.England
6.8
75'
Substitutes
G
A. Begović 15.Bosnia and Herzegovina
D
Y. Mina 13.Colombia
D
M. Keane 5.England
D
S. Coleman 23.Republic of Ireland
7.0
30'
M
T. Davies 26.England
M
A. Doucouré 16.France
6.6
75'
F
A. Gordon 10.England
6.9
75'

Everton started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Frank Lampard played with: Jordan Pickford (6.4), Nathan Patterson (6.3), Conor Coady (6.5), James Tarkowski (7.1), Vitaliy Mykolenko (6.1), Alex Iwobi (7.4), Idrissa Gueye (6.8), Amadou Onana (6.7), Dwight McNeil (6.8), Neal Maupay (6.6) and Demarai Gray (6.9).

They had on the bench: Yerry Mina, Tom Davies, Stanley Mills, Abdoulaye Doucouré (6.6), Thomas Cannon (6.8), Michael Keane, Séamus Coleman (7.0), Anthony Gordon (6.9) and Asmir Begović.

Substitutions

Everton made 4 changes: V. Mykolenko for S. Coleman (30′), N. Maupay for T. Cannon (75′), D. McNeil for A. Gordon (75′) and A. Onana for A. Doucoure (75′).

Best player: Alex Iwobi​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Everton was Alex Iwobi.

His rating is (7.4) with 37 passes (86% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 3 duels out of 7. He performed 3 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Premier League.​