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In numbers: Cherries stats from Palace win


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AFC Bournemouth defeated Crystal Palace 2-1 at Vitality Stadium to kick-start October with three points.

A late penalty from Junior Stanislas cancelled out Patrick van Aanholt's leveller, after David Brooks had netted his first Premier League goal inside five minutes. 

Following the game, afcb.co.uk took a look at the best stats and figures. 

4 - Callum Wilson has been directly involved in four goals in his past four home Premier League games for Bournemouth (one goal, three assists).

10 – Only Manchester City (13) have scored more home league goals than Bournemouth (10) in the Premier League this season.

5 – The Cherries have been awarded penalties in five of their six home games this season. 

3 – Bournemouth's Junior Stanislas has scored in three consecutive Premier League home games for the first time since November 2009 with West Ham.

21 – At 21 years and 84 days, David Brooks is the youngest player to score for Bournemouth in the Premier League.

5 – Steve Cook won five aerials in the game, more than any other player.

6 – The Cherries are unbeaten in six home games this season, winning five and drawing one.

13 – Eddie Howe’s side move onto 13 points in English football’s top flight, their best ever start to a Premier League season.

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