Bournemouth Shocks Liverpool With 1-0 Win in English Premier League Match

Bournemouth stunned Liverpool with a 1-0 victory in Match Day 27 of the English Premier League. P. Billing from Bournemouth scored the only goal of the match at 28 minutes, giving Bournemouth an unexpected but much-deserved win over one of the league’s top teams. The goal by P. Billing proved to be decisive, as it held up and secured three points for Bournemouth against a formidable opponent. It was an impressive performance by Bournemouth, who managed to keep their composure and come away with a win against a powerful Liverpool side.



Neto (rating 8)
Adam Smith (rating 6.7)
Jack Stephens (rating 6.9)
Marcos Senesi (rating 7.2)
Lloyd Kelly (rating 7.2)
Dango Ouattara (rating 7.2)
Joe Rothwell (rating 6.6)
Jefferson Lerma (rating 6.9)
Jaidon Anthony (rating 6.3)
Philip Billing (rating 7.3)
Dominic Solanke (rating 6.3)


Alisson (rating 6.5)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (rating 7.5)
Ibrahima Konaté (rating 7.3)
Virgil van Dijk (rating 7.2)
Andrew Robertson (rating 6.9)
Harvey Elliott (rating 6.2)
Fabinho (rating 6.9)
Stefan Bajčetić (rating 6.5)
Mohamed Salah (rating 6.5)
Cody Gakpo (rating 6.9)
Darwin Núñez (rating 6.7)



R. Christie (P. Billing, 70)
R. Fredericks (A. Smith, 80)
L. Cook (J. Lerma, 81)
A. Semenyo (D. Solanke, 88)
M. Vina (J. Anthony, 88)


Diogo Jota (H. Elliott, 46)
J. Milner (T. Alexander-Arnold, 65)
J. Henderson (Fabinho, 65)
R. Firmino (D. Nunez, 66)
F. Carvalho (S. Bajcetic, 88)

Ball possession:

In the match between Bournemouth and Liverpool, Liverpool had the majority of ball possession with 69%, compared to only 31% for Bournemouth. Despite this, Bournemouth put up a good fight and made 5 shots on target and 2 shots on goal. Dango Ouattara was the most active in terms of number of shots. Liverpool were more successful in converting attempts into goals with 15 shots on target and 6 hits on goal; Virgil van Dijk was particularly impressive in his accuracy.


Marcos Senesi and Dango Ouattara both play for Bournemouth, and Ibrahima Konaté and Trent Alexander-Arnold both play for Liverpool. Senesi has a pass accuracy of 74%, having attempted 39 passes, while Konaté has a much higher pass accuracy of 95% from 112 total passes. Ouattara made one key pass during the game, while Alexander-Arnold made two.


Bournemouth has been the clear leader in interceptions this season, with a total of 13. Adam Smith has led the way for them with 2 interceptions. Liverpool, on the other hand, have only managed 9 interceptions as a team. Trent Alexander-Arnold leads their tally with 4, but no one else has more than 1 interception. In contrast to Bournemouth, Liverpool don’t have anyone who has recorded more than 1 interception this season.


Dango Ouattara of Bournemouth and Virgil van Dijk of Liverpool have proven to be two of the most competitive players in the Premier League. Ouattara currently leads with 10 face-to-face fights for the ball, while van Dijk is close behind with 8. Both players have shown themselves to be relentless on the pitch, using whatever means necessary to gain possession and score their team points. With these two at the front, it’s no wonder why their teams are doing so well this season.


    Yellow cards:

  • P. Billing (Bournemouth) at 46 minute
  • J. Anthony (Bournemouth) at 51 minute
  • I. Konate (Liverpool) at 75 minute

    The last five games (including this match):

    • Bournemouth – WLLWD
    • Liverpool – LWDWW

    Top 5 English Premier League scorers:

    1. Erling Haaland (27, Manchester City)
    2. Harry Kane (18, Tottenham)
    3. Ivan Toney (15, Brentford)
    4. Marcus Rashford (14, Manchester United)
    5. Mohamed Salah (11, Liverpool)

    Next games:

    • Bournemouth will play with Aston Villa. March 18 at 15:00 (UTC), on Villa Park.
    • Liverpool will play with Fulham. March 18 at 15:00 (UTC), on Anfield.
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