Bournemouth beats Hull City 6-1
Saturday afternoon, Bournemouth played Hull City in a Premier League match and completely slaughtered the promoted club with 6-1.
Saturday afternoon, Bournemouth faced off against promoted Hull City at Vitality Stadium. It only took Bournemouth five minutes to get in the lead as Charlie Daniels sent the ball into goal and Bournemouth in the lead with 1-0.
The lead lasted for about half an hour, until Hull City managed to settle the score. Ryan Mason sent the ball into goal, settling the score to 1-1. The settlement, however, only lasted for seven minutes. With less than five minutes to go before halftime, Steve Cook sent the ball into goal and Bournemouth in the lead with 2-1. In the very last minutes of the half, Bournemouth received a penalty which Junior Stanislas scored on and increased Bournemouth’s lead to 3-1, which was also the score at halftime.
20 minutes into the second half, Junior Stanislas scored his second goal of the match, increasing Bournemouth’s lead to 4-1.
With less than ten minutes left of the match, it was Callum Wilson’s turn to sent the ball into goal and further increase Bournemouth’s lead to 5-1.
Five minutes later, Dan Gosling conclusively sealed the deal for Bournemouth as he sent the ball into goal and increased Bournemouth’s lead to 6-1, which was also the final result of the match.
With the victory today, Bournemouth is currently in ninth place of Premier League with 11 points in eight matches, just below Crystal Palace also with 11 points in eight matches, but with a better goal-score. Manchester United is currently in seventh place with 13 points in seven matches. Just below Bournemouth is West Bromwich Albion with 10 points in eight matches, while Southampton is in 11th place with nine points, but only in seven matches.
Hull City is currently two places and one point above the relegation line with seven points in eight matches, just below West Ham also with seven points in eight matches. Middlesbrough is just below Hull City with six points, but in seven matches.