The squad coached by Eddie Howe was left out three times, but almost failed to keep the Reds in the first half, but the fighting spirit enabled them three points in front of their own fans.


Liverpool started off with a positive when leading 2-0 with goals from Sadio Mane in the 20th minute, followed Divock Origi goal in the 22nd minute.

The hosts, however, back to 2-1 soon after the break through a penalty kick Callum Wilson in the 56th minute after he was tripped by James Milner.


Despite receiving dish relentless Bournemouth, midfielder Emre Can give hope to Liverpool that three points would almost certainly be theirs to explode the third goal in the 64th minute.

However, Liverpool’s defensive fragility, plus high fighting spirit shown Bournemouth bring unexpected results for the hosts.

Ryan Fraser started the comeback with his team reduced the deficit to 3-2 with goals from the 76th minute, before Steve Cook equalized three minutes later and Nathan Ake ensure their historic victory three minutes into injury time.

Source : Internet