Dominic Solanke lastly ended his Premier League scoring drought for Bournemouth as he scored twice in a 4-1 win over Leicester on Sunday.
In his 39th league look since becoming a member of for £19m from Liverpool in January 2019, the England worldwide netted what may very well be a vital brace within the Cherries’ survival bid.
In the meantime, Leicester will drop out of the highest 4 if Manchester United beat Southampton on Monday.
With relegation rivals Aston Villa, Watford and West Ham all successful on the weekend, there was a sense Bournemouth needed to decide up a primary victory because the Premier League restart towards Leicester.
It seemed set to be one other depressing day for Eddie Howe’s males when Jamie Vardy opened the scoring after calamitous defending from the hosts.
Nonetheless, two targets in only one minute from Junior Stanislas from the penalty spot and Solanke turned the sport on its head.
To make issues worse for Leicester, they had been lowered to 10 males simply seconds after the second strike when Caglar Soyuncu kicked out at Callum Wilson within the 67th minute.
Bournemouth killed the sport as Stanislas’ cross was deflected in by Leicester defender Jonny Evans within the 83rd minute, earlier than Solanke accomplished his brace 4 minutes later.
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