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Loan watch: Grabban on target for Sunderland

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AFC Bournemouth had six loanees in action over the weekend, with Lewis Grabban on target as Sunderland lost out at Reading.

Four Cherries men recorded 90 minutes, as Ligue 1 fixtures, FA Cup action and National League matches were all played out.

Here’s a look at how our loanees got on…

Lewis Grabban

Lewis Grabban continued his excellent form for Sunderland, scoring the only goal of their 3-1 defeat to Reading after the Black Cats went down to ten men.

Sam Surridge

Sam Surridge bagged 90 minutes of match action, with Yeovil recording a 1-1 draw at Port Vale in the FA Cup.

Baily Cargill

Also in the FA Cup, Baily Cargill got another 90 minutes in the tank, but Fleetwood will require a replay if they are to beat Halifax after drawing 1-1.

Max Gradel

The Ivorian played 75 minutes, but his Toulouse side couldn’t overcome Lille, losing out 1-0.

Mark Travers

Goalkeeper Mark Travers was the fourth Cherries man to record 90 minutes, as ten-man Weymouth beat Chesham United 1-0.

Sam Matthews

The youngster started and played 46 minutes of Eastleigh’s 2-0 defeat to top of the league, Sutton United.  

 

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