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"Bournemouth 4-3 Liverpool: Reds crumble under pressure as Eddie Howe's men snatch late victory
Bournemouth fought back from two goals down to beat Liverpool 4-3 at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday
The Reds dominated the early stages and took the lead when Sadio Mane poked the ball past Artur Boruc
Divock Origi doubled the away side's advantage just minutes later with a superb finish from a tight angle
Callum Wilson pulled a goal back for the hosts from the penalty spot after Ryan Fraser was brought down
Emre Can restored Liverpool's two-goal lead with a well struck shot from outside the area on the hour mark
Fraser pulled one back for the hosts before Steve Cook stabbed home an equaliser ten minutes from time
Nathan Ake scored the winner from close range with just two minutes of added time remaining in the game
Bournemouth 4-3 Liverpool: Relive the action as it happened at the Vitality Stadium with our live blog
By SAMI MOKBEL FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 15:25 GMT, 4 December 2016 | UPDATED: 17:46 GMT, 4 December 2016 e-mail
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Want to see a team implode in 20 minutes? Then watch a replay of Liverpool's epic self-destruction on Sunday afternoon.

Jurgen Klopp's men were cruising at 3-1 but somehow snatched defeat from the claws of victory, conceding three goals in the final 20 minutes to throw it all away.

Credit to Bournemouth, of course. This was Roy of the Rovers stuff, a day the locals will talk about for decades.


Nathan Ake scored a late winner as Bournemouth came from behind to shock Liverpool at the Vitality Stadium

Ake runs away in celebration after helping Bournemouth overturn a two-goal deficit against the Reds on Sunday afternoon
Ake runs away in celebration after helping Bournemouth overturn a two-goal deficit against the Reds on Sunday afternoon

The Chelsea loanee is swamped by his Bournemouth team-mates after scoring the winning goal two minutes into extra time
The Chelsea loanee is swamped by his Bournemouth team-mates after scoring the winning goal two minutes into extra time

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe salutes the home support after his side claimed a remarkable victory on the south coast
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe salutes the home support after his side claimed a remarkable victory on the south coast

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MATCH FACTS, PLAYER RATINGS, PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE AND MATCH ZONE
Bournemouth (4-2-3-1): Boruc 4.5; Francis 5, Cook 7.5, Ake 8, A.Smith 4.5; Arter 6.5, Gosling 5.5 (Afobe 75mins, 6.5); Stanislas 6.5 (Fraser 55, 8.5), Wilshere 7.5, King 5 (Ibe 46, 6.5); Wilson 7

Unused subs: Federici, Pugh, B.Smith, Mings

Booked: Wilshere, Francis

Goal: Wilson 56 (pen), Fraser 76, Cook 78, Ake 90

Manager: Eddie Howe 7.5

Liverpool (4-3-3): Karius 3.5; Clyne 6.5, Lovren 4, Lucas 4.5, Milner 5; Wijnaldum 5, Henderson 7, Can 7; Mane 8 (Lallana 69, 6.5), Origi 7, Firmino 6

Unused subs: Mignolet, Klavan, Moreno, Ejaria, Woodburn, Alexander-Arnold

Booked: Henderson, Can

Goals: Mane 20, Origi 22, Can 64

Manager: Jurgen Klopp 6

Referee: Bobby Madley 7

Man of the match: Ryan Fraser


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More tables The build-up to Divock Origi's superb goal at the Vitality Stadium
The build-up to Divock Origi's superb goal at the Vitality Stadium

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But Liverpool, courtesy of some awful defending, only have themselves to blame.

The Merseysiders' defensive deficiencies shouldn't detract at all from this spellbinding comeback, though.

And manager Eddie Howe must take his fair share of the adulation for Sunday's unforgettable scenes, one substitution in particular inspiring his team to this unlikeliest of wins.

Liverpool manager Klopp won't have known much about Bournemouth's diminutive Scottish forward Ryan Fraser before the game."
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