Three in a row for Bournemouth | Singapore Informer

Bournemouth won their third Premier League game in a row as a late Charlie Daniels penalty gave them a 2-1 win against nine-man West Brom. Gareth McAuley had restored parity after Adam Smith’s opener but Daniels rifled his effort from twelve yards out into the top left hand corner with just three minutes of normal time remaining to seal a dramatic win.Tony Pulis’ side will rue indiscipline which proved to be their undoing as James McClean was sent off for a studs-up challenge on Adam Smith in the first half, before Salomon Rondon saw red with seconds left for an altercation with Dan Gosling.The game was Pulis’s 100th as a Premier League manager but he saw his side create little, James Morrison’s volley from 25 yards flying wide.The Baggies were down to 10 men in the 34th minute when McClean was shown a third career red card, which left them stretched to their limit at the break.The scores remained level at 0-0 at the break as Bournemouth boasted 65 per cent possession but could not carve up many clear cut chances.However, in the 52nd minute Smith helped the Cherries make the most of their one-man advantage as he rifled a low drive into the bottom right hand corner from 20 yards out.Eddie Howe’s side looked set to cruise to all three points from there on in, but their concentration lapsed as West Brom fought their way back into the match.Rickie Lambert was brought on with quarter of an hour left as the Baggies went for broke.It seemed to pay off as Gareth McAuley equalised in the 79th minute with a looping header from Craig Gardner’s corner via the post, Rondon ready to pounce had the ball not…

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