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Bournemouth scored an absolutely perfect team goal that included THREE dummies

Ryan Fraser finished off one of the moves of the season

Bournemouth’s clash with Watford this evening could go down as the game of the season.

A stunning six goals were scored in the first-half – including four goals in six minutes – with the best of the lot being Ryan Fraser’s strike to make it 3-3 just before the break.

Forget Liverpool and Man City; it’s the battles between the mid-table teams that we’re excited about.

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Having pulled back from two goals down early-on in the match, Bournemouth were clearly in the hunt for another equaliser before halftime.

So on the 40th minute, the Cherries started another attack almost straight from kick-off, by passing out from their defence between Nathan Ake and Dan Gosling before Steve Cook picked out the run of Junior Stanislas on the right wing.

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Stanislas then fired a low cross into the centre which was dummied THREE times by the three on-rushing attackers of David Brooks, Callum Wilson and Joshua King, before the ball finally runs into the path of Fraser to drive home.

It was a simply exquisite team goal.  

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What’s more, before his goal, Fraser was on-hand to set-up the Cherries second goal, meaning the Scotland international now has nine assists to his name this season, level with Eden Hazard.

It’s no surprise then, that he’s become a bit of a Dream Team favourite lately, with over 100 points to his name already.


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