Date: 1st April 2020 at 7:55am
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Written by kirsikka

With no football on and suddenly a lot of time on my hands, I decided these can come out a little early. After all, who knows if the season will finish and it might be a small welcome distraction for some.

All my own opinion and liable to suffer from my memory being a bit pants meaning better options could have been overlooked. Still, hopefully, some nice (and a few not so nice) things to relive for you.

— Best Goal —
Judging on pure quality of technique and complete unstoppability (not a word) I can’t look past the Charlie Daniels scorcher v Man City.

Gamooosh!

— Best Goal Moment —
Not for the quality of the goal but for the sheer moment of exuberance the goal created, I don’t think anything could beat the Ake injury-time winner in the 4-3 game v Liverpool. It capped off an incredible comeback and I still tingle now when I think about it.

Enjoy in full or jump to 9:15 to relish the moment.

https://www.afcb.co.uk/videos/201617-highlights/highlights-afc-bournemouth-4-3-liverpool/

— Best Save —
A few contenders but Boruc’s second save in the double stop against Man Utd was fabulous and crucial. It feels like our season and PL life pivoted that night and that stop was as much a part of it as what happened elsewhere on the pitch.

Jump to 2:20 for the move and wait for the replay.

https://www.afcb.co.uk/videos/201516-highlights/highlights-afc-bournemouth-2-1-manchester-united/

Your say…

Tinpot Club wrote…

What a goal that was!

Always hard to judge goals because there is such a variety of techniques, skills and teamwork to choose from.

Two very different types of goals worthy of a mention are Callum’s effort at West Ham when he dribbled around their entire defence, and the incredible goal from Gosling on the counter-attack at Southampton – Join the conversation, click here.

 
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