Bournemouth and Watford drew 1-1 in an exciting match on Saturday.
In the absence of star striker Callum Wilson, who was injured last weekend aginst Stoke, summer signing Glenn Murray started his first match and scored.
Watford equalised through Odion Ighalo on the stroke of half time.
The draw leaves Bournemouth in 15th with 8 points from 8 games.
We bring you a gallery of the best images combined with comments to give you a full match report.
Bournemouth made a lively start to match with Matt Ritchie and Glenn Murray linking up well in the early stages of the match.
In the 28th minute, Murray rose unmarked to head Bournemouth in front. Ritchie provided a brilliant cross and Murray’s header was out of the reach of Watford keeper Heurelho Gomes.
It was Murray’s first goal for Bournemouth and shows that the Cherries could come to rely on Murray just as they had done with Callum Wilson, who is now injured for the majority of the season.
Watford equalised just before half time courtesy of a terrible mistake from Bournemouth keeper Artur Boruc. The Polish keeper passed the ball straight to Odion Ighalo, who Read Bournemouth tipped as Watford’s key man in our preview, and he calmly slotted the ball home.
Late on Bournemouth were awarded a penalty for a foul from Etienne Capoue on Adam Smith. Glenn Murray stepped up to take it…
To the dismay of the Bournemouth fans, Glenn Murray’s penalty was saved by Gomes. The Hornets keeper was excellent all afternoon and was ultimately the reason why Bournemouth didn’t win this match.
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