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In numbers: AFC Bournemouth 2-1 Burnley

Posted: Sun 14 May 2017

The key stats and figures from a winning end to the Cherries' home campaign

AFC Bournemouth produced a resilient display to see off Burnley in the final home game of the 2016-17 season. 

Junior Stanislas opened the scoring midway through a cagey first-half. After the break, Sam Vokes rose highest to meet Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s cross, before Joshua King won the game less than two minutes later. 

Here are the stats and figures from Saturday’s three points as the Cherries climb to 10th in the Premier League table.

4 – Bournemouth have won four of their last six home games, drawing one and losing the other. The Cherries had won none of their previous five before that. 

8 – Simon Francis had 8% of today’s total possession. 

1.58 – There was just one minute and 58 seconds between Vokes’ equaliser and King’s winner. 

12 – Joshua King’s goals have been worth 12 points to the Cherries this season, with only Diego Costa (15) and Sergio Aguero (13) being more influential to their clubs. 

93% – Harry Arter had a 93% pass success rate in Saturday’s game, higher than any other player on the pitch. 

1 – For the first time in his career, Junior Stanislas has scored in consecutive Premier League games. 

5 – Lewis Cook made five tackles in Saturday's game, the highest of anyone on the park.