Bournemouth's Thrilling Draw Against Watford

in soccer •  20 days ago

It was an astonishing game yesterday as Bournemouth and Watford were locked in a 3-3 draw. The action happening in an amazing first half that saw all the 6 goals of the game.
The game was opened up by Troy Deeney, who scored a header from the centre of the box to give Watford the lead in the 14th minute. He then went on to double Watford's lead 13 minutes later, after a quick break saw him blasting the ball into the net.
What happened next was a flurry of 4 rapid fire goals in just 6 minutes of play in the first half.
Bournemouth pulled one back in the 34th minute, Nathan Ake heading the ball in from close range. Bournemouth keeping the momentum went on to double their lead 3 minutes later. Callum Wison heading a ball from Ryan Fraser into the net to level the game.
Watford then reclaimed their lead 1 minute later, after Ken Sema converted a ball from Troy Deeney, blasting it into the bottom right corner from outside the box.
Responding well to Watford's goal, Bournemouth came from behind to level the game again 2 minutes later. Ryan Fraser finding the bottom left corner with an assist from Junior Stanlisas.
What went on was an eventful match, but deadlocked with both sides being unable to score any more goals. The game eventually ended with a 3-3 draw, after an exciting first half with 4 rapid fire goals.
The result moves Watford to the 8th position with 29 points while Bournemouth remain at the 12th position. Bournemouth who were looking to bounce back from their 4-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester United ended up having to settle for 1 point, with their winless run extending to 3 games.

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