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AFC Bournemouth vs Everton game at the Vitality Stadium, In a clash of drastically different Premier League teams in the third round of the Carabao Cup, Bournemouth destroyed Everton. Frank Lampard made 11 changes from the team that fell to Leicester 2-0 over the weekend.

AFC Bournemouth vs Everton

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AFC Bournemouth vs Everton Highlights | EFL Cup

Jamal Lowe, Junior Stanislas, Emiliano Marcondes, and Jaidon Anthony scored the goals as Bournemouth beat Everton 4-1 in a League Cup third-round tie at the Vitality Stadium.

Frank Lampard made 11 changes from the team that lost 2-0 to Leicester over the weekend and was behind inside 10 minutes when Jamal Lowe’s effort clipped Nathan Patterson and rendered Asmir Begovic a spectator in the away goal.

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In AFC Bournemouth vs Everton, interim head coach Gary O’Neil made nine changes from the side that lost 4-3 to Leeds in that epic game at Elland Road on Saturday – only goalkeeper Mark.

Travers and central defender Chris Mepham kept their places.

Junior Stanislas captained the Cherries at the Vitality Stadium.

Everton manager Frank Lampard went even further than O’Neil, changing his entire starting lineup following Saturday’s defeat by Leicester at Goodison Park.

James Garner, a summer signing from Manchester United, started his first Toffees in central midfield.

Bournemouth Secured A Place In The Fourth Round.

Four days before the Everton team returned to the Vitality Stadium for a vital Premier League match, Frank Lampard was harshly critical of his team’s performance as Everton bowed out from the League Cup.

So naturally, this puts more pressure on the manager.

Despite making 11 changes to the starting lineup, Lampard maintained that his squad should have had more than enough talent to get to the fourth round.

They were down early as Jamal Lowe gave Bournemouth the lead in the seventh minute and never seemed to have a chance to get back into the game.

The only bright spot for the visitors was Demarai Gray’s goal in the 66th minute.

Junior Stanislas had already doubled the lead early in the second half due to a Mason Holgate mistake, and Emiliano Marcondes and Jaidon Anthony had finished off the home team’s easy victory late on.

There is no denying that the fans had to endure a subpar performance, stated Lampard.

“We have to lift our hands and admit that it is not good enough when they come to support, and the players perform as they did.

“Before the league game, I made adjustments to protect a few guys. However, I made some adjustments due to players knocking on the door and arguing during practice.

It is appropriate to allow them to travel to Bournemouth, compete, and, in my judgment, prevail.

They did not, too. That is crystal clear. I do not need to insult the supporters because I believe they saw what I did.

“In contests like this, the strength of the team is revealed. While watching training, I gained additional knowledge. At this level of football, the second goal is impossible to score.

Additionally, there was a mistake on the fourth goal, so some people must put up their hands.

The good news is that we will dress and perform differently on Saturday. Moreover, if you give us those three things, I will be okay with the situation.

It was a real challenge for them when we were up 2-1, according to interim head coach Gary O’Neil, who noted that Bournemouth had blown two-goal leads in their previous two games.

For AFC Bournemouth vs Everton on Saturday, everything will be radically different.

O’Neil Gets Back To Winning – I Treat Every Game Like It Is My Last

O’Neil oversaw defeats in his last four games after going undefeated in his first six games as Bournemouth’s interim manager after Scott Parker was fired.

A cup run will not hurt his prospects of getting a permanent job, but the outcome might have been quite different if Everton had taken their chances.

Instead, in minute 47, Everton gave Bournemouth captain Stanislas the lead. Begovic gave it to Mason Holgate, but he stumbled, allowing Ryan Christie to take it.

He crossed to Lowe, whose shot curled off by Begovic, but it rebounded to Stanislas, who slid in unnoticed by covering defender Michael Keane.

After the game, Stanislas praised O’Neil, telling BBC Radio Solent:

“He has been fantastic for each of us. He has been a part of our team for a few seasons.”

“He did the best he could, and the outcomes are excellent. He constantly pushes and drives us.”

“We have no idea what will happen over the holiday break, but we can end on a high on Saturday.”

Gray did influence the game in minute 67 by curving the ball past Travers to make it 2-1 after Lampard substituted Alex Iwobi, Dwight McNeil, and Gray to salvage the game.

In their last two Premier League games, Bournemouth conceded two-goal leads, but they capitalized on their opportunities to earn a convincing victory this time.

O’Neil’s chances of getting the Vitality Stadium manager’s job full-time were further improved by Marcondes’ close-range goal and Anthony’s low finish after Patterson turned the ball over.

Lampard Loses With The Reserves | Changes Did Not Work

With the penultimate round of Premier League games before the 2022 World Cup, this weekend, Bournemouth manager Gary O’Neil and Everton rival Lampard made significant changes.

For the guests, the only players who remained from their incredible 4-3 loss at Leeds United on Saturday were the goalkeeper Mark Travers and the center defense Chris Mepham.

Further altering his starting lineup from Saturday’s loss to Leicester, Lampard went as far as to give James Garner his first Everton start.

The newly redesigned Cherries were faster to adjust, taking the lead after seven minutes when Lowe’s shot hit Nathan Patterson and looped into the goal, with Asmir Begovic left stranded.

Following that, Everton had the best of the first-half opportunities; inside the first 16 minutes, Tom Davies sent a one-on-one over, Travers made a good stop on Garner, and Anthony Gordon mishit a header from six yards over the crossbar.

Gordon should be grateful that there is no VAR in the EFL Cup since he should have been sent off for a two-footed challenge on Jordan Zemura just before halftime but only received a booking, his seventh in 14 games this season.

Everton’s fans berated Lampard for his choice to make so many changes throughout the game, furious that the possibility of winning a first major trophy since 1995 was lost.

AFC Bournemouth vs Everton | Match details


Travers (6); Stacey (7); Stephens (7); Mepham (7); Zemura (7) (Fredericks 64, 6); Christie (8) (Sadi 88, 6), Pearson (7); Rothwell (6) (Siriki 75, 6); Lowe (8) (Hill 88, 6), Stanislas (7) (Marcondes, 65, 6), Anthony (6).

Team Formation: 4-3-3

Subs not used

Plain, Cook, Tavernier, Greenwood.


Stephens, Pearson, Anthony.


Begovic (6); Keane (6); Mina (6); Holgate (5) (McNeil 51, 6); Patterson (6); Doucoure (5) (Mills 80, 6); Garner (6) (Iwobi 51, 6), Davies (5); Vinagre (6); Gordon (5) (Gray 51, 6), Maupay (6) (80, 6)

Team Formation: 3-5-2

Subs not used

Lonergan, Welch, Samuels-Smith, Price


Mina, Gordon


Darren England 6

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