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AFC Bournemouth U21s vs Oxford United under-21s at Stadion.Core.ViewModels.Matchday.LocationViewModel


AFC Bournemouth U21s

, Corey Jordan 6 , Tyler Cordner 74 , Jaidon Anthony 88

Oxford United under-21s

FT 20th August 2019 1:00 PM
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U21s record dominant U's win

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AFC Bournemouth under-21s were resounding 3-0 winners at Canford Park Arena against Oxford United.

AFC Bournemouth under-21s were resounding 3-0 winners at Canford Park Arena against Oxford United.

Centre-back pairing Tyler Cordner and Corey Jordan chipped in with a goal each from two sublime Tom Dinsmore deliveries.

Jaidon Anthony rounded off the win with a late third in a game that Shaun Cooper's men never looked like losing.

A fast start set the tone for the hosts, and Jake Scrimshaw almost had an opener after just three minutes but his shot narrowly missed the target.

And just six minutes later, the opener came via an unlikely source.

Dinsmore had the ball on the left-hand side and swung in a high ball which was whipped into the back-post.

It was a superb delivery that was crying out to be nodded in, and Jordan made a great run at the back-post to head it across goal into the corner.

After an electric start, the first-half became tight, with Scrimshaw close to doubling the lead but for an excellent save by the visiting 'keeper.

Early in the second-half, Scrimshaw, Brennan Camp and Charlie Seaman all nearly added a second with shots in the box.

A wonderful save then kept Tyrell Hamilton at bay, but with 16 minutes to go the Cherries had a richly deserved second goal.

Dinsmore was once again the architect, pinging in another wicked cross which captain Cordner latched onto to finish extremely well in the penalty area.

Mark Travers, who wanted to play in the game to keep himself sharp, then pulled off a simply unbelievable save - the visiting striker looked set to tap in but, like a flash, the young Irishman flung himself across to somehow block what looked a certain goal.

And after Jordan Zemura had smashed the post, Anthony had a goal in the next passage of play, when he did well to convert a cross into the corner with two minutes to go.

It could have been a bigger scoreline for Cooper's side, but it was still an impressive display of dominance from the young Cherries.


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