What a finish for Manchester United! They really needed those three points ahead of games against Juventus in the Champions League and Manchester City in the derby next week. Bournemouth will be disappointed that they weren't able to take more of their chances in the first half when they were the better side by a long distance. Good game.
- 2nd Half
- Junior StanislasSurman90'
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- 1st Half
Bournemouth - Manchester United
Premier League - 3 November 2018
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- End of 2nd Half
FULL TIME: Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester United
You'd have to say that Man Utd probably deserve that for the way they have played in this second half. This didn't look likely after 30 minutes, but they picked up their game.
- GoalMarcus RashfordManchester United
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Bournemouth 1 Manchester United 2 (92 mins - Marcus Rashford). It's surely a winner for the visitors! It was a wonderful cross from Pogba down the left side, Rashford controls it on his chest and then at the second attempt smashes the finish into the back of the net past Begovic! United have turned it around in stoppage time!
- OffJunior StanislasBournemouth
- OnAndrew SurmanBournemouth
Bournemouth make one final change and it's Stanislas who comes off for the Cherries.
Four minutes of stoppage time to be played at the end of the match.
Good chance for Lingard! Some quick play from Man Utd presents the attacking midfielder with a chance from 10 yards out, but his effort is saved by the feet of Begovic.
In what will be a big week for Man Utd, this would be a poor result. They face Juventus in the Champions League midweek and then it's the Manchester derby against Man City.
Are they getting closer?
The pressing game from Bournemouth has been impressive these last 10 minutes or so. Man Utd were looking for a way through, there, but are forced all the way back to the keeper.
The home fans inside the Vitality Stadium are trying to rouse their team. They sense that Bournemouth are on top at the moment. Will the Cherries get one last chance to grab all three points?
It seems that Bournemouth have weathered the storm and are now pressing for a winner themselves. They have regained their composure over the past five minutes or so.
- Yellow cardAshley YoungManchester United
Young is shown a yellow card for clashing with a Bournemouth player off the pitch.
Brooooooooks! A lovely passing move from Bournemouth sees the youngster released through on goal, but his drive is straight at the goalkeeper and De Gea makes the save.
Ake gets away with one! The Dutch defender has been excellent this afternoon, but he was lucky there. Herrera crossed into the box, Ake messed up his clearance, but Begovic saves.
- OffAlexis SánchezManchester United
- OnJesse LingardManchester United
Indeed, there's the change and it's Lingard who comes on for Sanchez.
It seems that Man Utd are going to use their third change shortly. It's going to be Lingard, who has been warming up. Mourinho knows how important three points are here.
Bournemouth are now struggling to cope with the runners Man Utd are now sending forward from midfield and down the wing. Shaw is constantly providing an option on the overlap.
- OffRyan FraserBournemouth
- OnJordon IbeBournemouth
Fraser comes off. He has arguably been Bournemouth's best player, but has faded.
How many times have we seen this from Man Utd this season? They were nowhere in the first half, but they have been much better in the second half. It has become a common theme.
It's wave after wave of Manchester United pressure at the moment. They are throwing players forward. Smalling was even up there for a moment. Is that not a bit reckless?
Herrera has made a big impact since coming off the bench. Man Utd look much more settled, more dangerous in attack too, with the Spaniard on the pitch over Fred.
- OffLewis CookBournemouth
- OnDan GoslingBournemouth
It's a first change for Bournemouth and Gosling comes on for Cook.
Brilliant from Ake! Just for a moment it looked like Rashford was about to race through on goal, but Ake stuck with him and made the tackle on the Man Utd attacker in the end.
That was close! Inches away from a Man Utd goal! Herrera struck it first time with his left foot from the edge of the box, but his curling effort flashes just wide of the post. Begovic was beaten.
Mourinho is screaming in frustration on the touchline. He, like all of us, can't understand how that wasn't a Man Utd goal. Rashford, in particular, should have found the back of the net.
How didn't that go in?! My goodness! Young first hits the woodwork with a wonderful freekick, then Rashford's attempt is blocked on the line and then Pogba's rebound is cleared off the line as well!
- Yellow cardJunior StanislasBournemouth
It's a yellow card for Stanislas for bringing down Young about 20 yards out from goal.
Herrera... wide! The ball was played back to the Spanish midfielder right on the edge of the Bournemouth box, but he cuts across his strike a little too much and the ball flashes wide.
Sanchez header saved! The Chilean forward battled to get a head on that ball inside the box, but Begovic does just enough to push the effort over the crossbar. Decent opportunity.
- Yellow cardJefferson LermaBournemouth
Now Lerma enters the book. He's the first Bournemouth player to be shown yellow.
- OffFredManchester United
- OnAnder HerreraManchester United
... and the second one sees Herrera come on for the largely ineffective Fred in midfield.
- OffJuan MataManchester United
- OnMarcus RashfordManchester United
Here are the changes for Man Utd. The first one sees Rashford come on...
Huge save from Begovic! It was Shaw, of all people, who was clean through on the Bournemouth goal, but Begovic came off his line to narrow the angle and make the save.
Begovic gets VERY lucky! The pass from Mata over the top for Martial was exceptional, but with the Bournemouth goalkeeper well off his line the French winger can't lob it over him.
- Yellow cardLuke ShawManchester United
Shaw is the first player to enter the book for a deliberate handball.
Looks like Manchester United are going to make a double change here. Mourinho is talking to both Herrera and Rashford down on the touchline. They'll come on soon.
You just get the feeling that Bournemouth are picking up the tempo and intensity of their game at the start of this second half. They look the more likely of the two teams to score next.
De Gea saves from Brooks! That could have been a second goal for Bournemouth. Fraser gets to the byline and cuts a pass back for the youngster, but Brooks' shot is saved.
Could Martial have taken on the shot? The French winger was in a good position on the left side, but he crosses straight into the goalkeeper when he might have taken it on himself.
Herrera, Rashford and Lingard have all been sent to get warmed up down the touchline by Mourinho. But Man United's problems aren't really in attack, but at the back instead.
United actually look quite dangerous when they move the ball into the final third, but the problem is that they don't get it into that area of the pitch often enough. Being out-passed.
So what will this half bring? Bournemouth were somewhat unlucky not to be ahead after the opening 45 minutes, so will they continue be on top? Or will Man Utd improve?
- 2nd Half
The second half is under way! It's 1-1 between Bournemouth and Manchester United.
What did you make of the first half? Does Mourinho need to make changes to his Man Utd team? Are Bournemouth unlucky not to be ahead? Let me know your thoughts!
- End of 1st Half
HALF TIME: Bournemouth 1-1 Manchester United. A compelling opening 45 minutes at the Vitality Stadium. The Cherries have been the better side on the whole, but Martial's goal pegged them back.
Is there a go ahead goal left in this first half for either of these two teams? Bournemouth had a freekick about 20 yards out, but Stanislas puts his effort into the top of the United wall.
Into the side netting! A chance for Bournemouth, with Fraser making the run from deep. The Scot takes the early shot and forces De Gea into a finger-tip save. It only finds the side netting.
The half time whistle will come at the worst time for Manchester United. They have picked up their performance and are now pressing high on Bournemouth when they have the ball.
Mata drags wide! The Spanish playmaker creates the space for the shot by cutting back on to his left foot inside the box, but he drags wide of the near post. It was at least a nice idea.
How will that goal change the dynamic of the match? Will Bournemouth pick up their performance, resuming where they were before the equaliser? Or will United build on it themselves?
Sanchez deserves credit for his role in that Man Utd equaliser. The Chilean is playing as the centre forward this afternoon, but he created the goalscoring opportunity for Martial.
Well, that was better from Man Utd. It was a pretty much identical chance to the one Fred spurned a few minutes ago, but from the opposite side. Bournemouth will be frustrated.
- GoalAnthony MartialManchester United
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Bournemouth 1 Manchester United 1 (35 mins - Anthony Martial). An equaliser for Man Utd! It's against the run of play, but Mourinho won't care. Sanchez picked out Martial, who was unmarked around the penalty spot and the in-form winger makes no mistake in sticking it away.
Opportunity for an equaliser! Fred should do better with that. Martial managed to pick out the Brazilian, who was unmarked about 15 yards out, but his scuffed shot is blocked.
Fred is the one now dropping into the back four to pick up the ball when Man Utd have it and drive forward. The Brazilian has yet to find his true role in this team since joining in the summer.
Something just isn't right with this Man Utd defence. They are sitting so deep and that is giving Bournemouth so much space to exploit in between the midfield and the back four.
Fraser has been everywhere in this first half. You'd have to suggest that if the Scottish midfielder played for a bigger team he'd surely be in the conversation for player of the season so far.
Bournemouth more than deserve their lead. They have been the better side over the opening 30 minutes. Man Utd have to be careful or this could get very embarrassing for them.
Penalty claim! The home fans inside the Vitality Stadium believe that they should have been awarded a spot kick for a foul by Shaw on Brooks, but the referee waves away the claims.
Questions have been asked of Matic recently and on this basis, those questions won't stop. The former Chelsea man has been pretty poor in the centre of Man Utd's midfield so far.
Stanislaaaaaas! Bournemouth come forward on the attack once again, with the ball passed into Stanislas about 20 yards out. He strikes it first time, but De Gea makes the save.
For the first time in the match, Man Utd have the chance to knock a few passes around. But Pogba's clipped pass over the top for Sanchez is too long and too straight and Begovic comes out.
United just can't get any of their attacking figures on the ball. Bournemouth are dominating possession. The likes of Pogba and Martial are being starved. Nowhere so far.
Just wide! That was very close to dribbling in at the back post. For some reason, Smalling decided to leave that cross from Smith, stranding De Gea as the ball flashed past the far post.
Stanislas and Fraser are giving Man Utd so many problems between the lines of midfield and defence. They are exploiting the space that is in front of Lindelof and Smalling.
This could get much worse for Man Utd. Bournemouth are rampant at the moment. They have runners from deep and attackers willing to play on the shoulder of the last defender.
Mourinho looks far from happy down on the touchline. He waved his arms in disgust when that Wilson goal went in. United look all over the place at the back. Standard.
What form Wilson is in at the moment. The striker has now scored six times in the Premier League this season. Should he be on the radar of Southgate for the national team?
Bournemouth are well on top here and Man Utd are struggling. The Cherries have been the better side in the opening 15 minutes and now that is evident on the scoreboard.
- GoalCallum WilsonBournemouth
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Bournemouth 1 (11 mins - Callum Wilson) Manchester United 0. Bournemouth have the lead and it's Wilson! United's defence was caught cold, allowing Stanislas to beat the offside trap and play the low pass into the unmarked Wilson, who finished with aplomb into the back of the net.
Stanislas shot! Another good chance for the home side, with the ball played back to Stanislas inside the penalty box. But he sends his shot, via a deflection, wide of the far post.
Chaos! Fraser's ball in behind the Man Utd defence was a clever one, with Smith putting De Gea off. The Spaniard probably did just about enough to prevent the effort on goal.
Slight problem for Young! The veteran, who is now playing right back for Man Utd, seems to have picked up a knock. Play is delayed for about 30 seconds, but he's fine to continue.
Martial has been in excellent form recently. Of course, the French winger came close to leaving Man Utd in the summer, but he has been the club's best player over the past month or so.
Mourinho is up off his seat after that Bournemouth chance. He will surely be concerned with how easily the home side found cut open the Man Utd defence, which already looks suspect.
Big chance for Fraser! United are cut open at the back, with Fraser bursting through on the counter attack. The Scot is forced wide, though, and De Gea makes the save with his legs.
De Gea starts, as you would expect, for Man United. There has been speculation over the Spanish goalkeeper's future over the past week as talks over a new contract stall.
This should be an interesting one. Bournemouth have been in exceptional form of late and Man Utd's form has been, well, indifferent. The Cherries will fancy their chances.
- 1st Half
The match is under way at Vitality Stadium! It's Bournemouth against Manchester United.
Here we go. About to get under way down on the south coast.
A minute's silence to be observed at the Vitality Stadium before kick off.
Not long until kick off now. The two sets of players are in the tunnel at the Vitality Stadium.
It's a big week for Man Utd. First, it's this game. Then they face Juventus in the Champions League and then it's the Manchester derby against City next weekend. Gulp!
Mourinho has confirmed that Lukaku picked up an injury late on yesterday and also bristled at the notion that Bournemouth, unbeaten in six, have the better momentum of the two sides.
Dangerman! Wilson has been in exceptional form of late. The Bournemouth striker has five goals and seven assists in his first 10 games of the Premier League season. What a threat.
I'm Graham Ruthven and you can catch me on Twitter ahead of the game to let me know your thoughts. Can Bournemouth win this? Are they maybe even the favourites? Tweet me!
In form! Bournemouth will be tough to beat this afternoon. They come into this game on the back of a six game unbeaten run. That has seen them climb up the Premier League table!
Full team news here...
Update! So it has emerged that Lukaku picked up an injury in training yesterday, but would he have started anyway? It seems that Mourinho has lost faith in him in recent weeks.
No Lukaku! Mourinho has once again left the Belgian striker out of his side for this away trip to the south coast, but what is most interesting is that it's Sanchez who has been picked up front!
TEAM NEWS: Bournemouth - Begovic, Francis, Cook, Ake, Smith, Lerma, Stanislas, Cook, Brooks, Fraser, Wilson. /// Manchester United - De Gea, Young, Lindelof, Smalling, Shaw, Fred, Matic, Pogba, Mata, Martial, Sanchez.
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