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Summary

  1. Reid scores early goals in each half
  2. First Cardiff home game since Sala disappearance
  3. Club and fans pay tribute to Argentine

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By Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'An emotional time'

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Cardiff City

    More from Cardiff boss Neil Warnock, speaking to Match of the Day: "I am pleased for Bobby (Reid) as he missed a couple of opportunities the other night. He made up for it today.

    "The goal calmed us down. We limited them to very few opportunities and we had a lot more in the dangerous areas.

    "It was a cracking goal. I saw the second on the television screen. I knew from the cheers it was us and not them.

    "We always looked like we could score going forward and that's our seventh clean sheet.

    "Emiliano (Sala) was a super guy, I met him for a couple of months and it just got hold of me walking across to the fans - it is an emotional time. It was great for the club to get the win today."

  2. 'I'm proud to be Cardiff manager'

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Cardiff City

    Cardiff manager Neil Warnock on BT Sport : "The crowd were amazing and it's been a very emotional 10 days. It can't be helped and I thought we played well against a decent team like Bournemouth. We worked on a system and it worked a treat today.

    "Emiliano Sala would've been really proud of us tonight. I think they have about £86m on the bench and we've got about £3m so that's a great result. We told the teams above us we won't give up without a fight.

    "Against Arsenal we had 19 shots and I was disappointed we didn't win there but I'm elated tonight. I'm proud to be the manager, definitely."

  3. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Reaction from Neil Warnock coming right up, says he's "very proud" of his team.

  4. 'We weren't ourselves'

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Bournemouth

    More from Cherries manager Eddie Howe on BT Sport:."I don't know what to say, it was a really poor start to the game and the same in the second half, we made it difficult for ourselves. We played backwards, didn't show our strengths and we weren't ourselves today."

    Can Bournemouth bounce back?"From our perspective, we can put it right quickly but not on today's evidence."

  5. 'A huge disappointment'

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Bournemouth

    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe, speaking to Match of the Day: "We conceded a goal early in both halves and from that moment both are difficult.

    "We expected Cardiff to play that way. We tried to chase the game, but we weren't great with or without the ball. After the high of Wednesday (beating Chelsea 4-0) that's a big low tonight."

    On Steve Cook's handball for the penalty: "He misjudged his jump, it's not intentional, but it happened and we should have reacted better.

    "For all of our possession there was not enough chances. It's a huge disappointment."

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    Jeff Jones: Brilliant by @CardiffCityFC fans, singing their hearts out for Sala great atmosphere, very emotional

  7. 'A difficult few weeks'

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Cardiff City

    Cardiff captain Sol Bamba, speaking to BT Sport: "That was a great response. Credit to the lads because it's been a difficult few weeks.

    Bobby Reid on the Emiliano Sala situation: "We had to leave everything on the pitch and we showed that today. The lads have had a tough time and it was good to do that for him and the family."

    On his second goal: "To be fair, I thought I was offside and thankfully I carried on and it was in.

    "We have to take it game by game, believe in ourselves and go for it."

  8. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    All the reaction coming right up for you.

    Bobby Reid has just said he thought he was offside for his second goal!

    He was on, just.

  9. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    That win doesn't lift Cardiff out of the relegation zone, but it does take them within two points of Burnley, Southampton and Newcastle.

    Premier League
  10. Superb

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Ian Walsh

    Former Swansea and Wales striker on BBC Radio Wales

    That was a performance they need to repeat to stay in this league.

    Bournemouth didn't seem to have a plan B but that performance is the way forward for Cardiff in a big month for them. Superb, them and the fans.

    Cardiff fan
  11. FULL-TIME

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    And there is the full-time whistle. An important win for Cardiff.

  12. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Kenneth Zohore does well to run the clock down in the corner. That's pretty much it.

  13. Be proud, Cardiff!

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Ian Walsh

    Former Swansea and Wales striker on BBC Radio Wales

    This result has been able to ease everyone's minds while the seriousness of the situation behind the scenes still goes on. Every Cardiff player should be proud of what they've done tonight.

  14. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Nathan Ake basically playing as centre forward now for Bournemouth, but it's Cardiff who break through Kenneth Zohore.

    The substitute skips beyond Steve Cook and blasts an effort on goal. Good save from Artur Boruc.

  15. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Cardiff have defended resolutely, and Neil Warnock's side aren't showing any signs of slipping up in the final few minutes. Bodies behind the ball, keeping Bournemouth at arm's length.

  16. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Into stoppage time we go - FOUR minutes added on in Cardiff.

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    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Jefferson Lerma clatters into Kenneth Zohore and I think Cardiff are just happy to take their time over this free-kick.

  18. Sing a song for Sala

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Gareth Vincent

    BBC Sport Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium

    Cardiff's fans are chanting about Emiliano Sala as this game draws to a close.

    'We will never let you go', they sing.

    Cardiff fans
  19. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bournemouth

    Touching from the Cardiff fans, who are in full voice chanting "sing a song for Sala".

    This looks set to be a big win on an emotional day.