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Bruno’s brace not enough as United draw against Bournemouth

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Bruno Fernandes scored a brace against Bournemouth.
Bruno Fernandes scored a brace against Bournemouth. Photo/ The Independent
  • Manchester United and Bournemouth tied 2-2 in a Premier League match that included two goals from Bruno Fernandes.
  • The Cherries led twice with goals from Dominic Solanke and Justin Kluivert; however, Fernandes scored a brace to share the points.

Manchester United and Bournemouth tied 2-2 in a Premier League match that included two goals from Bruno Fernandes.

On home ground, the Cherries led twice with goals from Dominic Solanke and Justin Kluivert; however, Fernandes scored a brace, one of which came from the penalty spot, and the points were split.

As a consequence, Man United is now tied for seventh position in the Premier League standings with Newcastle United and 10 points ahead of Tottenham Hotspur in fifth. Bournemouth, on the other hand, is still in 12th place with 42 points from their 32 games played so far this season.

Bournemouth V Manchester United.

Bournemouth V Manchester United. Photo/ Stratty News

When Solanke soared above Willy Kambwala—who had just made his second consecutive Premier League start for the Red Devils—to meet a cross from the right, Bournemouth had a half-chance in the third minute. However, the Man United center-back was able to knock the ball behind for a corner, which was eventually cleared.

In the seventh minute, Ryan Christie broke into the Man United box and attempted a low pass to Solanke, giving the Cherries another chance, but Harry Maguire made a fantastic save to get in front of the forward.

The 16th minute saw Bournemouth take the lead thanks to a brilliant goal from just beyond the penalty area by Solanke, who maneuvered past Kambwala, a young player, who stumbled at the crucial moment.

After allowing Milos Kerkez to enter the away team’s penalty box, Red Devils goalkeeper Andre Onana made a great stop down the other end, and Luis Sinisterra missed the far post with a shot.

With two minutes remaining, Onana denied Christie, who had shot barely over the crossbar for Bournemouth, who was well in control.

However, around the thirty-minute mark, Man United drew even when Fernandes struck the ball into the net from within the area after Alejandro Garnacho’s cross had rebounded into his path.

But in the 36th minute, Kluivert found space between Kambwala and Diogo Dalot to score the second goal for the Cherries, sending the ball into the lower corner of the net.

In the 43rd minute, Kerkez again struck the crossbar with his header before heading the rebound over. The 20-year-old’s second chance was surprisingly granted by Man United’s defense.

After Onana’s outstanding save to deny Kluivert a 3-1 lead in first-half stoppage time, Fernandes hit a shot against the crossbar down the other end in the last moments of the first half, leaving Bournemouth ahead 2-1 at the interval.

In the 55th minute, Kluivert wiggled his way into the opposition’s penalty area, but Man United increased their pressure as the striker was pushed out at the crucial time.

Manchester United Players celebrate Bruno Fernandes goal Photo Flashscore

Manchester United Players celebrate Bruno Fernandes’ goal. Photo/ Flashscore

Just before the hour mark, Kambwala performed a fantastic job of clearing ahead of Solanke, giving the striker a close-range opportunity to touch a low cross from Kerkez into the goal.

After Adam Smith handled inside the area to give Man United a penalty in the 64th minute, Fernandes scored his second goal of the match to tie the score at 2-2.

In the 67th minute, Bournemouth responded with a powerful effort as the Cherries attempted to take the lead for the third time in the game after Solanke had shot over the crossbar for the opposition.

With the home team ahead, Kambwala cleared a risky Kerkez cross behind for another corner in the 84th minute, and a minute later, Max Aarons missed the post with a shot.

After Kambwala’s tackle on Christie in the 95th minute gave the home team an incredible penalty kick, it was later overturned to a free kick after a VAR assessment determined that the contact occurred outside the area. In the 88th minute, Amad volleyed beyond of the Bournemouth post.

The home team was astonishingly given a penalty in the 95th minute when Kambwala fouled Christie, but the decision was overturned by VAR because the contact occurred beyond the area. Amad had previously volleyed wide of the Bournemouth post in the 88th and 90th minutes.

The points were split at the Vitality Stadium as Enes Unal advanced, but his set piece struck the wall and fell behind for a corner, which Man United cleared.

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