It was 2-0 before the break when Anthony picked Solanke inside the box and the attacker found the net. Sam McCallum removed one after the interval for QPR but they couldn't find an equalizer, Bournemouth keeper Mark Travers producing a number of saves. .
"We were far from at our best," admitted thehe manager of Bournemouth, Scott Parker. “In the first half, we were clinical, but they put immense pressure on us in the second half and we had to show ourselves another side. We have seen tonight that every game in this league is different and that sometimes you have to find your way around.
West Brom remain undefeated and identical to record high at Bournemouth after they were held to a scoreless dr aw by the Wayne Rooney Derby. The Baggies had plenty of chances but failed to get past Kelle Roos and could lose first place if Fulham wins in Birmingham on Wednesday.
Huddersfield edged out QPR to take fourth place in the standings after an excellent 3-0 victory at Blackpool . Josh Koroma got the ball rolling for the Terriers with a stun at the start of the second half and joined him on the mat sheet with Matty Pearson and Jonathan Hogg.h to make it four wins already this quarter.
"I was so happy for Jonathan when he scored his goal " said the manager of Huddersfield, Carlos Corberan. “He is so important for the team and around the club. He helps the others around him and when he plays well it usually ensures that the whole team has a very positive performance. "
Blackpool has fallen for the last three after Reading got the better of Peterborough by a score of 3-1 to get out of the relegation zone. John Swift and Tom Dele-Bashiru struck in l Within three minutes in the second half and while Nathan Thompson pulled one off for Posh, they couldn't find a leveler and were then hit by a late third. Dele-Bashiru added a second from amazing way with a mighty effort from outside the box to leave Peterborough one from the bottom.
Ben Brereton Diaz struck for the fourth time this season to inspire Blackburn to a 2-0 win over Hull at Ewood Park. Daniel Ayala made the breakthrough with 61 minutes of play before Chilean international Brereton Diaz pounded the corner to send Rovers to seventh place.
Sheffield United were denied a second consecutive victory after Emil Riis Jakobsen scored in the fifth minute of the stoppage time to allow Preston to draw 2-2 on the road. Sander Berge appeared to have given Slavisa Jokanovic's side the three points with six minutes left after a first game for the Blades by Morgan Gibbs-White was called off by Daniel Johnson. But Jakobsen redeemed an earlier mistake when he returned home in front of away fans to score a point at Bramall Lane.