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In Numbers: All the stats you need from Toffees win

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AFC Bournemouth recorded a 2-1 win over Sam Allardyce’s Everton side at Vitality Stadium this afternoon.

Two goals from Ryan Fraser saw the Cherries come away with all three points, the Toffees’ first loss since Allardyce took over.

Following the win, we looked at all the best stats and figures from the game…

4 – Jordon Ibe made four dribbles in today’s game, whilst Adam Smith and Callum Wilson both made two.

3 – King has scored three and assisted three against the Toffees in the Premier League, more goal involvements (6) than he has managed against any other side in the competition.

19 – The Cherries had 19 shots in total against the Toffees today, seven of which were on target. The visitors had just six.

6 – Dan Gosling won six aerials today, more than any other player on the pitch.

1 – Ryan Fraser’s two goals mark the first time that the winger has netted a brace for the Cherries.

82 – Benik Afobe had a pass competition rate of 82%, coming on after 39 minutes.

31 - Joshua King has played his part in 31 Premier League goals for Bournemouth, scoring 24 and assisting seven.

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