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Superb Wilson, Impressive Fraser – Here’s how the Bournemouth stars fared in the 3-0 win vs Fulham

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Bournemouth Player Ratings vs Fulham: Here’s how the Cherries fared

Bournemouth were rampant in their 3-0 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage. The Cherries were superb going forward and were capable of scoring even more than three. Callum Wilson opened the scoring in the first half before youngster David Brooks picked up another goal to hand the Cherries a two goal lead.

Wilson then scored his second to all but seal the game for Eddie Howe’s men. Fulham captain Kevin McDonald was sent off after picking up a second yellow card.

Bournemouth Player Ratings

Asmir Begovic (6/10)

Made one or two routine saves but wasn’t troubled much apart from that.

Simon Francis (6/10)

Francis was impressive at times but had his bad moments as well. He eventually came through.

Steve Cook (7/10)

Picked up a yellow card but was solid at the back.

Nathan Ake (8/10)

Ake made a number of important tackles and interceptions. He was superb on the night.

Nathan Ake

Adam Smith (7/10)

Smith defended well and played some good passes to link up but he was unable to provide much going forward.

Lewis Cook (6/10)

Moved the ball well in the middle of the park and did his defensive bit.

Jefferson Lerma (6/10)

Lerma scuppered one or two good chances but worked hard and covered a lot of grass.

Charlie Daniels (7/10)

Daniels was very fruitful down the flank and dragged the defenders out of their position.

David Brooks (8/10)

Another superb performance from the youngster who really is making a name for himself under Eddie Howe.

Callum Wilson (8/10)

Won the penalty and scored. Wilson calmly converted his second as well and was one of the best players on the night.

Ryan Fraser (8/10)

This really is going to the best season in terms of personal achievements for Ryan Fraser. He picked up two assists and looked a threat all night.


Dan Gosling (5/10)

Came on and passed the ball well. He ensured the Cherries saw out the win.

Junior Stanislas (N/A)

Looked energetic and linked up well up front. However, he didn’t have the time to make an impact.

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Jermain Defoe (N/A)