EPL: Nathan Ake scores as Bournemouth stun Liverpool 4-3

Updated: Dec 08, 2016, 11:53 IST | PA Sport |

Chelsea loanee Nathan Ake's stoppage-time goal secured Bournemouth their first-ever win over Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp's side capitulated to lose ground on the Blues in the Premier League title race

Bournemouth players celebrate Nathan's goal during the Premier League match vs Liverpool yesterday. Pic/Getty Images
Bournemouth players celebrate Nathan's goal during the Premier League match vs Liverpool yesterday. Pic/Getty Images

London: Chelsea loanee Nathan Ake's stoppage-time goal secured Bournemouth their first-ever win over Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp's side capitulated to lose ground on the Blues in the Premier League title race.

Seemingly coasting to a win which would have taken them to within a point of leaders Chelsea, the Reds came undone as Bournemouth substitute Ryan Fraser led the comeback charge as the hosts sealed a memorable 4-3 victory from 3-1 down.

Goals from Sadio Mane and Divock Origi had Liverpool ahead at the break and the points still seemed to be heading back to Anfield when Emre Can's strike restored their two-goal advantage following Callum Wilson's penalty.

But Fraser, who had come off the bench to win the spot-kick, then buried his maiden Premier League goal before crossing for Steve Cook to superbly equalise, with Ake bundling home a last-gasp winner as Loris Karius failed to hold Cook's effort.

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