The hosts nearly gifted the Cherries an

Published on May 10, 2024

The hosts nearly gifted the Cherries an opener when Tommy Doyle lost possession inside his own half and Dominic Solanke was played in on goal, but Kilman came up with a vital intervention.

Wolves’ first attempt on goal came when Ryan Christie was dispossessed inside his own half, but Mark Travers, making his first league start of the season, was able to tip behind Pablo Sarabia’s curling effort.

Instead, Bournemouth deservedly went ahead before half-time when Semenyo finished coolly following a free-flowing attacking move.Bournemouth nearly doubled their lead inside the first 10 minutes of the second half when Justin Kluivert deflected Senesi’s shot towards goal, forcing Sa into a smart reaction save.

Wolves thought they had an equaliser when Hwang headed home from Nelson Semedo’s cross, but the goal was overturned after a VAR review, with Matheus Cunha deemed to have committed a foul in the build-up.

Kerkez was sent off for a rash lunge on Matt Doherty, but Wolves were unable to make their numerical advantage count, with Kilman adjudged to have strayed marginally offside after he thought he’d equalised at the death.

Toothless Wolves seeing their season fade out
Wolves boss O’Neil could not complete the league double over his former employers as his side’s winless streak stretched to six league matches.

Even with the returning quartet of Semedo, Sarabia, Mario Lemina and Rayan Ait-Nouri, Wolves struggled to get going as an attacking force.

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