Bournemouth dominated the first half with two goals from Jefferson Lerma. Leeds responded with a header from Patrick Bamford, but it wasn’t enough to stop Bournemouth from adding two more goals in the second half. Dominic Solanke and Semenyo’s late goal sealed the victory for the Cherries.
Semenyo, who was brought on with seven minutes to go, scored in stoppage time after a great pass from Jaidon Anthony. His first goal for Bournemouth is expected to boost his confidence, especially after missing the previous three games and starting mostly from the bench since joining the team in January.
The victory puts Bournemouth 10 points clear of the relegation zone in 13th position with four matches left to play. It also puts them closer to securing their Premier League status for next season.
Leeds, on the other hand, are still in danger of relegation, with only three points separating them from the bottom three. They will need to improve their form in their remaining fixtures to avoid relegation.
For the most part, Bournemouth’s victory was well-deserved, with their attacking display proving too much for Leeds to handle. The team’s performance was a great morale booster for the players and fans alike as they look to finish the season strongly.
Source: 3 News