Eddi Howe, the Bournemouth coach, was very happy as his side managed to come from behind in their latest match against Everton and win the whole thing 2-1 which ended Sam Allardyce’s unbeaten run as the Everton coach.
The Cherries managed to gain a point for a 3-3 draw against West Ham in their previous match as they scored a very late equalizer and in the match against Everton, they netted the winner with just two minutes to go. They grabbed a win after being winless for eight matches in the Premier League and of course, Eddie Howe was very happy for his players.
The talented English manager spoke about this turnaround as he said, according to Sky Sports: “It was another incredible game. We showed tremendous character, and I was delighted to see the second goal go in. We managed the game in the second half until their goal, which came from our mistake, and then the lads had to dig deep.”
He also added that it was a well-deserved win for his team: “Unless you’ve been following us the past few weeks, you won’t know we’ve been shooting ourselves in the foot a little bit with individual errors. But we showed great character to fight back and win the game. I thought we deserved it.”
In the end, Eddie Howe insisted that Fraser was definitely the man of the match: “I thought he was excellent today. His general performances the last few weeks have been very high. He’s very good with the ball, he’s developed his strength and he’s an incredible character. When the chips are down we turn to our creative players, and he came up trumps today. We are a little light in the striker department now with Josh’s injury so we’ll have to wait and see if that changes our transfer policy.”