Bournemouth 0-2 Southampton: Ings and Adams leaves Cherries on the brink

Tyler Hromadka

Danny Ings’ first-half strike set Southampton on the method to a 2-0 win over Bournemouth that positioned his former club on the brink of transfer.

Ings arrowed in a fine finish to crown a sweeping Saints relocation in the 41 st minute to declare his 21 st Premier League goal of the season.

He might have near within among Jamie Vardy in the Golden Boot race however for a tame 59 th-minute penalty, conserved by Aaron Ramsdale to his left after Harry Wilson dealt with following a corner.

Bournemouth believed they had actually made the the majority of that let-off with a stoppage-time equaliser from alternative Sam Surridge, just for VAR to show Callum Wilson to be offside and hindering play, prior to Southampton replacement Che Adams dispensed a little more damage that the Cherries can ill pay for.

Eddie Howe’s men are 3 points from safety with just a final- outing to Everton to come. Survival on goal distinction is now the best they can expect and the end of a five-season remain in the Premier League will be verified if Watford– apparently on the brink of sacking manager Nigel Pearson– have the ability to take a point from either of their staying matches versus Manchester City and Toolbox.


The numbers behind #SaintsFC‘s victory on the roadway, provided by @eToro:

— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) July 19, 2020

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