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Coleman’s extra time own goal helps Bournemouth beat Everton 2-1

In a dramatic turn of events, Everton faced yet another heartbreak in their Premier League match against AFC Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium last Saturday. Despite a valiant effort, Everton found themselves on the wrong end of a 2-1 scoreline, courtesy of an unfortunate own goal during extra time.

The match started with Everton showing glimpses of promise, but an early chance for Bournemouth through Semenyo was thwarted by a solid save from Pickford, followed by a missed opportunity from Cook. Everton’s hopes of breaking their winless streak were further dashed when Neto denied Calvert-Lewin a goal with a brilliant save.

Bournemouth managed to break the deadlock in the second half when Solanke capitalized on Kelly’s cross to head home his 16th Premier League goal of the season. Despite Everton’s efforts to claw their way back into the game, Bournemouth seemed destined to secure at least a point, especially after Beto’s easy tap-in following a goalkeeping error in the 87th minute.

With the scoreline leveled at 1-1, Everton’s Seamus Coleman inadvertently turned the tide in Bournemouth’s favor with a heartbreaking own goal in the 91st minute. Coleman’s misfortune left Everton reeling, as they realized their chances of salvaging a draw were slipping away.

The defeat proved costly for Everton, who find themselves languishing in the relegation zone, just three points above the drop. Meanwhile, Bournemouth’s victory lifted them out of immediate danger, bolstering their hopes of survival as they prepare to face Crystal Palace in their next fixture.

In a game of fine margins, Everton’s woes were compounded by Coleman’s late own goal, highlighting the unforgiving nature of football where one moment of misfortune can change the course of an entire match.

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