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Football Scores: Bristol City 0-2 Bournemouth

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Jordan Zemura scored an absolute screamer to ensure that Bournemouth completed one of the comfortable football scores on the weekend in the Championship. Jamal Lowe scored his first goal for the club to give the visitors the lead from a cross by Jack Stacey in the 21st minute. Zemura then doubled the lead with a left-footed shot that nestled into the top corner. Bristol City extended their unwanted run of 16 games at home without a win. Bournemouth on the other hand replaces West Brom at the top of the table.

Managers Reaction

Bristol City’s Nigel Pearson: “We were outplayed by the best team we have faced this season. I have no complaints, even though I think we could have played better ourselves. I also give Bournemouth a lot of credit for that.” he added. “We could have done more to prevent their goals, especially the second one, which came from our set-piece where we had two opportunities to put the ball back in the box. On a day when it was always going to be difficult against really good opponents, we gave ourselves a few problems.”

Bournemouth’s Scott Parker: “I know it is a cliche, but that win was for David. He is loved and liked by a boy in this team and the lads showed exactly what he means to them. No matter what colors you wear or who you support, football has a knack of uniting people in difficult moments and the respect Bristol’s fans showed to David was touching.”

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