Marcos Alonso opened the scoring in the 33rd minute, powering it into the roof of the net. A header from Jefferson Lerma and a tap-in from Josh King were two sufficient for the Cherries to claim 4 points against Chelsea this season.
But Marcos Alonso scored the closing goal of the game after he reacted quickest to Aaron Ramsdale’s save and headed home to clinch an equaliser in the closing moments.
Willy Caballero kept Chelsea in the game early on after a terrible begin from the visitors, with a few quality saves to deny Bournemouth.
But Frank Lampard’s side grew into the game and located themselves in advance in the 33rd minute.
Marcos Alonso was the eventual scorer after smashing it into the roof of the net after Olivier Giroud hit the woodwork moments before.
But two goals in three minutes from the hosts in the 54th and 54th minute turned the game on its head.
Jefferson Lerma levelled the rankings up as he rose very best from a nook to strength it past Willy Caballero.
Josh King shortly accompanied three minutes later to whole the turnaround from Eddie Howe’s side. He tapped into an empty net after Jack Stacey squared it across the field for him to make it 2-1.
Chelsea battled till the end and forced an equaliser in their new seem back-four system in the closing stages.
Aaron Ramsdale denied Pedro with a satisfactory save, however Marcos Alonso reacted quickest with 5 minutes to go and headed in from shut range to level the game up.
Alonso had a glorious threat to clinch the three points for Chelsea in stoppage time but he should solely steer Cesar Azpilicueta’s go wide.
Chelsea remain in fourth spot but should see the gap shut to one point should Manchester United claim victory towards Everton.
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