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English Cup: Bournemouth reached the quarter-finals for the second time in its history - Walla! sport

2021-02-09T19:49:49.195Z

The cherries in the sub-league defeated Burnley 0: 2 away from the Premier League and got the ticket to the next stage. Below: Manchester United - West Ham



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English Cup: Bournemouth advanced to the quarter-finals for the second time in its history

The cherries in the sub-league defeated Burnley 0: 2 away from the Premier League and got the ticket to the next stage.

Below: Manchester United - West Ham

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In England, the middle of the week is used in favor of the quarter-finals of the Cup, and the first to reach the quarter-finals is Bournemouth in the sub-league, which defeated Burnley 0: 2 away in the Premier League.

Manchester United will later host West Ham.

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From sixth place in the sub-league.

Bournemouth players celebrate (Photo: Reuters)

Burnley - Bournemouth 2: 0

All four previous cup meetings between the teams ended in Burnley's victories, but this time the Cherries made a correction and won on Burnley's court for the second time in history (compared to 10 losses and six draws).

Interim coach Jonathan Woodgate is missing Dominic Solanka, but substitute Sam Saridge scored in the 21st minute and Junior Stanislas signed a penalty in the 88th minute in front of a Burnley secondary.

A second quarter-final overall in the history of Bournemouth, ranked sixth in the sub-league.

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