Ghana attacker Antoine Semenyo scores winner for Bournemouth at Wolves


Antoine Semenyo, a talented striker from Ghana, secured a vital win for Bournemouth with his lone goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers. The match unfolded at the Molineux Stadium, where Semenyo showcased his skills throughout the entire game.


Heading into the match, Wolverhampton Wanderers had four wins, AFC Bournemouth had three, and they had drawn twice. However, Semenyo’s standout performance tilted the balance in Bournemouth’s favor.


The game-changing moment arrived in the 37th minute when Semenyo seized upon a mistake by Wolves’ Kilman. Failing to clear a pass from Kerkez, Kilman inadvertently lifted the ball, allowing Semenyo to volley it into the net, securing a crucial lead for Bournemouth.


Despite Wolverhampton Wanderers enjoying more possession, Bournemouth created more scoring opportunities. The match took a dramatic turn in the 79th minute when Milos Kerkez received a red card for a reckless challenge on Doherty, forcing Bournemouth to play with 10 players for the remainder of the game. The decision, confirmed by VAR, heightened the tension on the field.


Semenyo has been a linchpin for Bournemouth this season, featuring in 28 matches, scoring nine goals, and providing two assists in the league.

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