AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace, 01 October 2018

Score2-1 to AFC Bournemouth
RefereeMike Dean
CompetitionPremier League
VenueVitality Stadium
Attendance10,199
Kick-off: 8.00pm This was AFC Bournemouth's first home league win against Crystal Palace since 12 November 1988 in League Division Two. Premier League Head to Head Played: 7 AFC Bournemouth won: 2 Drawn: 4 Crystal Palace won: 1 AFC Bournemouth scored: 9 Crystal Palace scored: 9

2 AFC Bournemouth

Manager: Eddie Howe

1 Crystal Palace

Manager: Roy Hodgson

Goals:

David Brooks 5 G
Junior Stanislas penalty 87 P

Goals:

Patrick Van Aanholt 55 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Asmir Begović
Defender Nathan Aké
Defender Steve Cook
Defender Adam Smith
Defender/Midfielder Simon Francis
Midfielder David Brooks
Midfielder Lewis Cook
Midfielder Ryan Fraser
Midfielder Jefferson Lerma
Forward Josh King
Forward Callum Wilson

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey
Defender Mamadou Sakho
Defender James Tomkins
Defender/Midfielder Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Midfielder James McArthur
Midfielder Max Meyer
Midfielder Luka Milivojević
Midfielder Andros Townsend
Midfielder/Forward Wilfried Zaha
Forward Jordan Ayew

Substitutions:

Dan Gosling for David Brooks 58
Junior Stanislas for Josh King 84

Substitutions:

Jeffrey Schlupp for James McArthur 77
Alexander Sorloth for Jordan Ayew 82
Cheikhou Kouyaté for Max Meyer 84

Cards:

David Brooks 29 Y
Ryan Fraser 90 Y
Jefferson Lerma 90 Y

Cards:

Andros Townsend 76 Y
Mamadou Sakho 86 Y
James Tomkins 90 Y
Cheikhou Kouyaté 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Artur Boruc
Defender Diego Rico
Defender/Midfielder Dan Gosling
Midfielder Junior Stanislas
Midfielder Drew Surman
Forward Jermain Defoe
Forward Lys Mousset

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Vicente Guaita
Defender Martin Kelly
Defender Joel Ward
Defender/Midfielder Cheikhou Kouyaté
Defender/Midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp
Midfielder Jason Puncheon

Comments:

League position: 7th At their sixth attempt, this was the first time that AFC Bournemouth had won a Premier League game played on a Monday (lost four). At 21 years and 84 days, David Brooks became the Cherries' youngest-ever goalscorer in the Premier League. They had now scored more than one goal in 11 of their last 14 home games in the Premier League.

Comments:

League position: 13th Crystal Palace had won three of their four preceding away games in the Premier League. Wilfried Zaha failed in his attempt to become the first Palace player to score in four consecutive away games in the top division since Mark Bright in October 1991 in League Division One. Since the start of the 2017-18 season, Patrick Van Aanholt had now scored six goals in the Premier League; amongst the recognised defenders, only Chelsea's Marcos Alonso had scored more (eight).