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Jul 15, 2015 at 12am UK
PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Union
1-4
Bournemouth
Marquez (35')
FT(HT: 1-2)
King (20'), Wilson (26'), Pugh (62'), Rantie (85' pen.)
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Result: Bournemouth cruise past Philadelphia Union in pre-season friendly

:Headline: Result: Bournemouth cruise past Philadelphia Union in pre-season friendly:
Premier League newcomers Bournemouth earn a 4-1 pre-season friendly victory over MLS side the Philadelphia Union.

Goals from Joshua King, Callum Wilson and Marc Pugh helped to ensure that Premier League newcomers Bournemouth secured a 4-1 pre-season victory over the Philadelphia Union this morning.

Bournemouth started promisingly with a strong starting XI, and they soon put themselves ahead after King found himself with just enough time and space in the box to chip the on-rushing John McCarthy.

The Cherries continued to impress in the opening half, and their lead was soon doubled when Wilson profited from King's profligacy to side-foot home.

The Union grabbed themselves a lifeline just before half time thanks to Richie Marquez, who broke past his defender to head beyond a helpless Artur Boruc in the Bournemouth goal.

Eddie Howe's men started the second half brightly and they soon restored their two-goal advantage as Tokelo Rantie cut the ball back for Pugh, who curled a neat finish past McCarthy.

Going into the closing phase of the game, Pugh tried to turn provider for Rantie, but he could only guide his attempt into the side-netting with little over 15 minutes to play.

The miss was not to bother Rantie too much, given that he was presented with a penalty just before the final whistle, which he dispatched adroitly past McCarthy to leave the final score at 4-1. body check tags ::

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