Bournemouth snatched a 3-1 victory at St Mary’s Stadium against the hosts Southampton. This is their first win at St Mary’s Stadium and moves the cherries into the third spot on the log.
The cherries had not won at their South Coast rivals in the last 15 meetings. Nathan Ake headed home inside ten before Harry Wilson fired the ball home to put the visitors in control.
The hosts (Southampton) pulled one back inside the second half through James Ward-Prowse scoring a beautiful penalty. This was not enough to earn them a point. They Kept on pressing but a last-minute fine fish from Callum Wilson sunk their hopes of winning at the St Mary’s.
Therefore this helped the Bournemouth win two games consecutively. In addition, it helped them move from the ninth position to the third ahead of the weekend fixtures. Southampton
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