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In Numbers: Best stats from Foxes win

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AFC Bournemouth defeated Leicester City 4-2 to move to fifth in the Premier League table.

Goals from Joshua King and Adam Smith added on to Ryan Fraser’s double to cap off an excellent performance.

Following the game, afcb.co.uk gathered the best stats and figures from the win.

12 – 12 months ago, the Cherries were going into their fifth Premier League game of the season at the foot of the table after four straight defeats. Now, they sit fifth on ten points after the same amount of matches.

3 – Ryan Fraser had a hand in three goals in a single Premier League game for the first time, with two goals and an assist.

1 – Joshua King both scored and assisted in the same Premier League game for the first time in his career.

2 – The Cherries have lost just two of their past 13 Premier League games at home, having won seven and drew four.

7 – Eddie Howe’s side maintain their unbeaten Premier League record against Leicester City are unbeaten in their seven Premier League meetings against the Foxes. (W2 D5).

3 – Bournemouth have scored three first-half goals in a Premier League game for only the second time, the first being in the 6-1 win over Hull in October 2016.

1 – Today’s game was the first that either side has scored more than one goal in a Premier League fixture against one another.

5 – The Cherries took 11 games to hit ten points last season, with it taking just five this term.

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