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Tom Rostance

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  1. Post update

    And on that note it's time to head out into the wild world.

    What a day! Bournemouth live to see another one.

    Manchester United may yet profit from it and they're on tomorrow night. We shall see you there.

  2. 'It was as bleak as it could be'

    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester


    Eddie Howe

    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe on Sky Sports: "We needed to change things at half-time and had the mentality that we had to go for it. Thankfully we were able to swing things round, we had tactical issues in the first half but the main change was mental.

    "It was almost the situation was as bleak as it could be, we had to find something, no fear. We did that right from the off and it vastly improved our performance.

    "We always believed Dom (Solanke) is an outstanding player - there is a lot of expectation on his shoulders, technically he is very good and very intelligent, I do think there is a lot of goals in him and he proved that today."

  3. 'We will finish where we deserve to'

    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers on 5 live: "I didn't see that coming but we are not good enough to get too comfortable. We were in control of the game, Bournemouth changed their shape and you expect a 10-minute spell when you are up against it. But we let them into the game with a penalty and I was very disappointed with how we played from there. It's not like us, we are a team that is strong mentally and we don't concede many goals.

    "It's a red card. We should defend the goal better but [Soyuncu] he's lashed out. You offer the referee the opportunity to send you off. It's massive to lose him for the next three games.

    "I've always said it's a dream for us to finish in the top four but we have to worry about playing well. At the moment, since we came back we have been playing for 45 minutes in games and that's not enough. We will finish where we deserve to.

    "If you think about what is at stake you have lost your focus."

  4. 'Solanke is going to be a massive player'

    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester


    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe on Dominic Solanke's two-goal performance: "I thought he was very good today. He took his goals very well, both showed his qualities. I always believe Dominic is going to be a massive player for us in the future and that will do his confidence the world of good.

    "Dominic is a very unique player, he has attributes we really like and value and I think he's done very well mentally to make sure outside noise doesn't affect him.

    "I felt we needed to win today for sure. We will try and win every game. We are still in it and can still survive, It will be very difficult but we've shown our supporters we are in there fighting and that's all we can do."

    On Nathan Ake's injury: "It doesn't look good for him. It looks a muscle pull or strain."

  5. Post update

    Robbie Savage is on 606 talking about Manchester United signing Koulibaly and Sancho and finishing in the top two next season.

    It could be any weekend since last October.

  6. 'We've had some luck'

    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester


    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe to BBC Radio 5 Live: "It was a game of two halves today. A difficult first half. We found it difficult to get any kind of foothold and everying was the reverse in the second half.

    "The goals always change games and we haven't scored enough of them recently. It was probably the first time in a long time where we've had some luck."

  7. Post update

    It's Manchester City, Southampton and Everton left for Bournemouth. Going to be tight!

  8. Post update

    Leicester, who I think have been in the top four since September, are in danger of falling away now.

    Their last three games are against Sheffield United, Spurs and, er, Manchester United.

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    I'd love to bring you some reaction from the managers but for reasons I won't bore you with I can't actually hear what Eddie Howe is saying.

    He looks incredibly calm though.

    "Yeah, it was always the game plan for Dom to come good and score twice in game number 35," he says.


  10. Up at the top

    And it's all falling into place for Manchester United, by the looks of it.

    They play Southampton on Monday evening.

  11. Down at the bottom

    What a day for Bournemouth, what a weekend for West Ham and for Villa and Watford too.

    Wins when they really needed them.

  12. Own goal

    Junior Stanislas has now lost a goal - his second has officially gone down as a Jonny Evans OG now.

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    Dominic Solanke now has as many Premier League goals this season as Joelinton, Sokratis and Cenk Tosun.

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    Josh Slater: all I can say is that is why we love football.

    John McMahon: In such a tight race for the top 4/ Champions League places, goal difference could count; Leicester have stalled from +30 at resumption to +29 now. Over the same period Man Utd have risen from +14 to +26 (with a tough game in hand) Fine margins

  15. 'Bournemouth were superb'

    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Credit to Bournemouth. They went for it and they were absolutely brilliant in the second half. They were superb.

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    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

    I'm not sure I can really get across how crazy that second half was. Bournemouth were as good as goners, not in the game. They had one shot in the whole first half and they would have been six points adrift with just nine available.

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    Leicester totally fell apart, conceded one of the worst goals I've ever seen and Bournemouth took full advantage.

    Football is BACK!

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    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

    Utterly, utterly astonishing. Eddie Howe calm as you like, just a little fist bump like he's picked up a spare at bowling against his kids.

    Where's the nachos?


    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester


    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

    Almost another goal but for Leicester this time - Harvey Barnes' piledriver turned over by Aaron Ramsdale.

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    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Jonny Evans is trying to head it back to Kasper Schmeichel but Sam Surridge smashes it wide. Lloyd Kelly has been excellent.