AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe told the Daily Echo…
“I thought it was a game both teams could have won. We were disappointed we hadn’t because I felt our chances were good enough to.
“But ultimately I don’t think we were ever in total control of the game.
“It was end-to-end at times. With our expectations we are disappointed we haven’t won, ultimately.
“We created a lot more this week. Looked a lot more dangerous in certain moments. It was more the sustained pressure we never really got until the last 20 minutes.
— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) October 27, 2019
It was a pretty dull match, especially the 2nd half.
We had lots of possession but didn’t do much with it.
If our passing was a haircut it would’ve been a short back and sides.
Fraser’s improving but his final ball is still way short of last season and Danjuma looks like he’s still getting used to the Premier League.
Adam Smith, Steve Cook, Nathan Ake, Aaron Ramsdale, Philip Billing and Jefferson Lerma were all good and Diego Rico was okay, but Callum Wilson and Joshua King only really had a couple of good moments.
Still, we hit the woodwork twice so could just as easily have won. Just hope it all clicks soon, would be lovely if it was against Manchester United.
Where has the entertainment gone?
Where have the goals gone? 3 games without a goal now!
I was hoping for 6 points from Norwich and Watford, but sadly we are under par.
Big up for the excellent Philip Billing on Saturday.
Only Manchester United next week, and they are really poor.
Onwards and upwards.
One game we might just play well for 90 minutes soon.