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(live tv=) Nottm Forest vs. AFC Bournemouth live free 23 December 2023




Anthony on target in Forest drawJaidon Anthony’s superbly-executed goal helped AFC Bournemouth earn a share of the spoils from a 1-1 draw with Premier League rivals Nottingham Forest at Vitality Stadium on Saturday. Anthony, who netted the winner when the teams met at the City Ground in September, drew first blood for the Cherries midway through the first half following an assist from new recruit Dango Ouattara. But the hosts were pegged back when Cherries old boy Sam Surridge came off the bench to grab a late equaliser for Steve Cooper’s team. As chances continued to come, Jaidon Anthony got in on the act when his low drive from the edge of the box deflected off a defender and rolled past the post. Forest were convinced they had drawn first blood when Ryan Yates headed home from six yards after Gibbs-White’s 13th-minute free-kick had been nodded across the box by Wily Boly. However, following a brief review, the effort was ruled out, with the video assistant referee determining that Boly had strayed offside. Forest defender Renan Lodi skied a shot over the crossbar before the dangerous Gibbs-White saw his speculative strike drift past the upright. Kieffer Moore had a glorious opportunity to open the scoring midway through the first half, the striker heading Zemura’s cross over the top from six yards. Lodi took Zemura’s cross off the toes of Ouattara before Christie’s thunderous drive struck Boly and Moore’s shot on the turn drifted past the post. Neto dived full length to his right to parry Johnson’s shot through a crowd of players before Lloyd Kelly’s timely tackle prevented the Forest striker having a clear run on goal. Anthony’s driving run created a chance for Ouattara but the new signing’s first-time effort flew over the crossbar. Forest thought they had taken the lead when Ryan Yates headed home in the 13th minute but his effort was ruled out following a VAR review for offside against Wily Boly. Kieffer Moore squandered a great chance to open the scoring for the Cherries, the big striker heading over the crossbar from six yards midway through the first half. But the breakthrough came just minutes later when Anthony applied a superb finish to Ouattara’s cross, the 23-year-old beating Wayne Hennessey with a delightful right-foot shot. Anthony’s finely-taken goal gave the Cherries the lead after 28 minutes with new boy Ouattara registering his first assist for the club and Moore also making a key contribution. The big striker’s header set Ouattara free down the right wing before the Burkina Faso international found Anthony with a precision centre. And after Anthony had taken a touch and held off Joe Worrall, he finished with accuracy, firing low and across Hennessey into the bottom corner. Ouattara did his defensive duties at the opposite end, clearing a header from Yates after Gibbs-White had set up another chance. Hennessey raced off his line to prevent Moore from converting Rothwell’s slide-rule pass, with Worrall blocking Zemura’s follow-up effort at the near post. Ouattara climbed high to head a cross to Ryan Christie before firing over the crossbar after the Scotsman had laid the ball back into his path. Referee Andrew Madley waved away Cherries’ claims for a penalty after Christie had gone to ground under a Worrall challenge before Neto was forced to turn Johnson’s low drive around the post. As a pulsating first half drew to a close, a delicate cross from Zemura was met by Christie whose header dropped the wrong side of the upright before Rothwell’s free-kick was gobbled up by Hennessey. Although Jefferson Lerma had the ball in the net early in the second half, it was chalked off for a foul by Moore on his Wales teammate Hennessey. Cherries fans held their breath as Johnson’s low cross just eluded Chris Wood before Danilo’s long-range effort sailed well wide of the target. Surridge, however, had the final say when he prodded home a cross from Brennan Johnson to level the issue six minutes from time. Ouattara was handed his debut as head coach Gary O’Neil made five changes to the Cherries starting line-up following the defeat at Brentford. The 20-year-old, who this week joined the Cherries from Ligue 1 outfit FC Lorient, became only the second player from Burkina Faso to feature in the Premier League following Bertrand Traore. Defenders Adam Smith, Jack Stephens and Jordan Zemura also started together with midfielder Joe Rothwell, who made his first Premier League start. Forest carved out the first shooting chance when Morgan Gibbs-White’s stinging drive from close range was beaten away by Cherries goalkeeper Neto. Serge Aurier, who supplied the cross for Gibbs-White to take aim, nodded the resultant corner taken by Johnson over the crossbar. Ouattara wriggled free from his marker and tried his luck from a very tight angle, his effort saved by the legs of Forest goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey. AFC Bournemouth vs Nottingham Forest Box Score - December 23, 2023 - The AthleticAdvertisementPremier League, Matchweek 18 Nottingham Forest17th in Premier League Sat Dec 2315:00 AFC Bournemouth14th in Premier LeaguePlayer Line-up Nottingham ForestNo LineupThe lineup for this team hasn't been announced yet. AFC BournemouthNo LineupThe lineup for this team hasn't been announced yet. Injury Report NFONo injuries BOUM. KerkezDOutAnkle InjuryH. TraorèMOutIllnessL. Nottm Forest vs Bournemouth live stream and how to watch Sep 1, 2022 — Soccer fans in the U.S. can watch the Nottm Forest vs Bournemouth live stream on Peacock, NBC's streaming service. To tune in, you'll need to be ... 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