Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal: Callum Wilson and Jordon Ibe's

Aubrey Yates
January 14, 2018

Arsenal travelled to Bournemouth today to face a team that was hovering above the relegation zone and hadn't won for ten games, but then again Arsenal hadn't won any of their last five either and they had an bad away record.

But goals in the space of four minutes from Wilson and Jordon Ibe helped Bournemouth secure a 2-1 win, moving them four points above the Premier League relegation zone.

But with Wenger's side looking comfortable two quick-fire goals from the Cherries won the game for Bournemouth.

Callum Wilson grabbed the Bournemouth equaliser before Jordan Ibe scored a timely first goal for the club as the Gunners' struggles on the road continued.

The Cherries nearly made the breakthrough in the 40th minute through Ryan Fraser after some great work by Jordon Ibe saw the ball fall to the Scot, but Calum Chambers came flying in to make the block.

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"We made two very surprising mistakes that were not even forced errors, it was just a lack of decision-making, and overall you come out of the game thinking: how did we lose the game?"

'The team that fights against relegation will fight and you can not afford any concentration mistake'.

Iwobi played a lovely ball in behind to set the Spaniard free, before he raced into the penalty box and squirmed the ball through Begovic to find the net and grab his second goal in successive Premier League games.

On the other, he's not concerned enough for a side which has won two matches since December 2 and now sits five points back of the Top Four.

'Maybe a little bit [the change affected the team] but 1-1 was not good enough for us. "I don't think we didn't work hard, we have come out of the Chelsea game where we gave a lot, we worked hard". "When you are 1-0 up normally you should create more to be unsafe and we paid for that".

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