Sixer’s Sevens: Bournemouth 1-2 Sunderland. At last a win

Jake: 'Hallel.. ]blooming.ulah'
Jake: ‘Halle..blooming….lulah’

Malcolm Dawson writes………as M Salut said whilst enduring a dodgy internet connection on the train, “a win had to come sooner or later – we did worry how much later – but today’s at Bournemouth, was deserved. The usual bad start, the usual improvement, started the second half well on top, suffered a harsh-looking sending off (Pienaar), weathered a storm and went ahead. The star man was Victor Anichebe, a wonderfully physical presence, a smart goal and a penalty won.”

With Sixer watching Shildon romp to a 3-0 home win at Dean Street and me at Ironworks Road watching Tow Law concede the softest goal ever only a minute before missing a dubious penalty in a 1-1 draw with Northallerton – it falls to M Salut to act as sub and bring you his somewhat delayed 7 word summary of today’s game.

November 5  Bournemouth (1)  1  Sunderland (1) 2  *Anichebe typifies gutsy display that gives hope

October 29 Sunderland (0) 1 Arsenal (1) 4 Spectacular collapse as soon as Giroud appeared

October 26 EFL Cup 4th Round: Southampton (0) 1 Sunderland (0) 0 * More fight but still no real threat

October 22 West Ham United (0) 1 Sunderland (0) 0 A real killer. Deserved a point. Damn

October 15 Stoke City (2) 2 Sunderland (0) Another inadequate performance that offers little hope

October 1 Sunderland (0) 1 West Bromwich Albion (1) 1 Awful lot of cracks to paper over

September 24 Sunderland (1) 2 Crystal Palace (0) 3 Shambolic defending, barely of Wearside League quality

EFL Cup 3rd Round: September 21 QPR (0) 1 Sunderland (0) 2 *Paddy McNair our new Defoe? No but…

September 18: Tottenham Hotspur 1 (0) Sunderland 0 (0) Point lost thanks to traditional defensive howler

September 12 Sunderland 0 (0) Everton 3 (0) Torn apart in an abysmal second half

August 27. Southampton 1 (0) Sunderland 1 (0) Disappointing at the end, as ever here

August 24. EFL Cup 2nd Round: Sunderland 1 (0) Shrewsbury Town 0 (0) Poor game settled by an excellent goal

August 21: Sunderland 1 (0) Middlesbrough 2 (2) Another season of struggle on the cards

August 13: Man City (1) 2 Sunderland (0) 1 Held them well but tired legs told

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4 thoughts on “Sixer’s Sevens: Bournemouth 1-2 Sunderland. At last a win”

  1. See what happens when you keep the manager off the bench! And what an astute tactical move to have Pienaar sent off so he wouldn’t get in the way. (Trivia: Fourth Premiership game he’s been dismissed from, all while playing for Moyes)

      • There was precious little to impress against Arsenal but I thought Pienaar did well trying to organise and cajole those around him, something Rodwell and Ndong didn’t do.

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