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BOURNEMOUTH 1 Murray 28 WATFORD [...].

Byline: IAN GIBB at the Vitality Stadium


Murray 28


Ighalo 45

KAMIKAZE goalkeeping by Bournemouth's casual Pole, Artur Boruc, was answered by an inspired show from opposite number Heurelho Gomes that salvaged a point for Watford.

Boruc might as well have handed the ball to Odion Ighalo in the final seconds of the first half after the Hornets trailed to Glenn Murray's home debut goal for the Cherries.

But then Brazilian keeper Gomes produced a blinding late save to deny Steve Cook's overhead cracker that was bound for the top left corner, before turning aside Murray's late penalty leaving the Cherries wondering where two extra points had gone.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe refused to point the finger at his hapless Polish international who is remembered for a similar piece of nonsense at Arsenal when he tried to dribble the ball out for.

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 4, 2015
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