A depleted Newcastle noticed their seven-match unbeaten Premier League run ended at Bournemouth as Dominic Solanke’s second-half double gave the house facet a deserved 2-0 win.

Newcastle have been with out 11 gamers as a result of both accidents or suspension and their absentee listing grew longer on the Vitality Stadium as Miguel Almiron was compelled off with damage within the first half.

Bournemouth took full benefit of Newcastle’s points to win simply their second league recreation of the season and transfer out of the relegation zone.

After Newcastle goalkeeper Nick Pope had made a string of first-half saves, Solanke lastly made the breakthrough for the house facet within the sixtieth minute as he fired publish Pope at his close to publish.

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Solanke reacts quickest to fireside Bournemouth forward

Solanke then doubled Bournemouth’s lead 13 minutes later with an creative close-range end from a nook that sealed back-to-back wins for the Cherries on the Vitality Stadium for the primary time since final season.

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Solanke strikes from shut vary to double Bournemouth’s lead

Newcastle, in the meantime, drop to seventh and are 4 factors off the highest 4 as Eddie Howe’s facet head right into a much-needed worldwide break.

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What’s subsequent?

After the worldwide break, Bournemouth journey to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United; kick-off 3pm.

Newcastle are additionally again in motion on Saturday November 25. They host Chelsea at St James’ Park; kick-off 3pm.

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