Bournemouth 0-1 Man United LIVE! Premier League result, match stream and latest updates today

Bournemouth 0-1 Man United LIVE! Premier League result, match stream and latest updates today

Midfielder Casemiro scored a brilliant acrobatic volley to give Manchester United a 1-0 Premier League win at Bournemouth on Saturday that took them closer to Champions League football next season.

United moved to 69 points in fourth place in the table, behind Newcastle United on goal difference.

The visitors dominated the opening exchanges and went ahead in the ninth minute when Cherries defender Marcos Sensesi tried to hook away a Christian Eriksen pass behind the defence, but only succeeded in teeing up Casemiro for a brilliant spinning volley.

The home side found their feet midway through the first half as Dominic Solanke controlled a long ball into the box and unleashed a shot that David De Gea had to dive to his left to save.

That sparked a positive spell for Bournemouth, with Victor Lindelof forced into a number of defensive headers, but they were soon on the back foot again as United took control again in the second half.

The visitors had plenty of chances without adding another goal and were almost made to pay when substitute Kieffer Moore and Senesi both went close late on, but United held on for a win that prompted wild celebrations from the travelling supporters.

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Thank you for joining Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Manchester United’s win over Bournemouth!

Find our report and reaction below!

Erik ten Hag responds to David De Gea critics after key Manchester United win

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Erik ten Hag insists David De Gea remains a huge part of his Manchester United team after they took a huge step towards Champions League qualification.

Casemiro scored the only goal of the game as the Red Devils overcame the challenge of Bournemouth on Saturday.

They now need only a point in their final two games of the Premier League season to ensure they finish in the top four.

Read the full story here!

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Full match report

17:19 , Jonathan Gorrie

Manchester United moved a step closer to playing Champions League football next season as Casemiro’s brilliant overhead kick sealed a 1-0 win away at Bournemouth.

Victory on the south coast, together with Liverpool’s failure to beat Aston Villa, strengthened United’s grip on a top-four spot with two games to play and meant Erik ten Hag is close to achieving his primary objective in his first season in charge.

This was not Ten Hag’s side at their best, but once they were in front they limited a spirited and organised Bournemouth to a handful of chances, with David de Gea in form to deny Gary O’Neil’s side whenever they threatened.

Read the full story here!

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FT: Bournemouth 0-1 Man United

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Casemiro’s goal is enough! Man United are almost back in the Champions League!


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82 mins: Another huge save from De Gea to deny Moore!

10 minutes to go!

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80 mins: In literally ten minutes time, Man United could be a Champions League team once more.


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75 mins: Neto pulls off another brilliant stop to deny Weghorst

Another Man United change

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They are going for this!


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64 mins: Weghorst’s volley is parried away by Neto!

Ruled out!

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Better news from Anfield as Gakpo’s goal is ruled out!

Goal for Liverpool!

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Gakpo levels the scores at Anfield....

Things could get nervy for United!

Man United change

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And for the visitors too!

Bournemouth change

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A slightly more direct approach for the hosts!

United losing composure

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55 mins: Far too many sloppy touches in the second-half here.

Bournemouth getting back into this!


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48 mins: BIG save from De Gea to keep United in-front!

Brooks with a rasping shot from 15 yards out but its parried away.

Back underway!

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A huge second-half awaits!

Across the Premier League

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Scores on the doors!

Casemiro’s first-half in numbers

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Taking United back to the top table...

HT: Bournemouth 0-1 Man United

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As it stands, Manchester United are bound for a return to the Champions League...


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39 mins: Casemiro fires just wide.

Casemiro has had the run of it so far

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37 mins: Goal aside, the Brazilian is running the show on the south coast.

A dominant performance.


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31 mins: David Brooks now drags a shot wide!

The Cherries going through the gears somewhat here.


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28 mins: Still, United need to do their jobs.

Luckily, De Gea is there to save from Solanke to preserve their lead.

Goal Aston Villa!

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27 mins: And there we go!

Ramsey scores at Anfield to put Villa ahead.

No help from Aston Villa!

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22 mins: Ollie Watkins has just missed a penalty against Liverpool at Anfield...

Bournemouth on the beach

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20 mins: Saying that, the hosts look on holiday already!

Nothing in the way of intensity just yet.

United need to strike with the iron is hot

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17 mins: Obvious of course but United are such in control here it’d be a shame (for them) if they do not double their lead at least.

Bournemouth are fighters, after all.

Really dominant start from United

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12 mins: The fans are basking in the Bournemouth sun and singing about the FA Cup final with their team in total command here.

GOAL! Bournemouth 0-1 Man United | Casemiro ‘8

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08 mins: GOAL!

Brilliant acrobatic finish from Casemiro to opening the scoring.

Ten Hag not happy

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07 mins: The United boss wants much more from his defenders when playing out from the back and is getting quite animated on the touchline.

Good work allows Wan-Bissaka to swing in a cross but the home side clear.

Not a great start for De Gea

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02 mins: De Gea’s passing lets him down again, giving a flat ball straight to an opponent.

Ten Hag urging the ball to go down the left channel but United appearing to favour the right.


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We’re underway at the Vitality Stadium!

Man United’s struggles on the road

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United have lost eight away games in a season for only the second time in the club’s history, the first coming back in 1989-90.

That...needs to change.

Closing in on kick-off

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A huge game for Manchester United but this plucky Bournemouth team will be wanting to end their home campaign on a high.

Erik ten Hag reminds Manchester United the top four is in their hands

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The Manchester United bosss was keen to point out to his squad that they remain in control of their destiny.

“It’s in our hands so we need to focus on our game. I think we played a great season so far and now we have to get our reward by qualifying for the Champions League.”

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Remarkable scenes for Bournemouth

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Emotional scenes on the South Coast as David Brooks starts for the first time since July 2020 after a long-term illness and injury lay-off.

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Erik ten Hag’s pre-match thoughts

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“We played a good game last week,” he said.

“It was a very dominant game so I expect the same. It’s the same line-up and that means that routines can stay in.”

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Gift Orban opens up on Premier League dream amid Man United interest

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The Gent forward is of interest to Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham this summer and has now opened up on his future.

“The Premier League is my ultimate dream. Man United, Liverpool or Man City.

“I don’t really like Arsenal that much – it’s like they don’t want to win titles.”

“I want to go somewhere where they win titles”, he told HLN Sport via Sport Witness.


No Marcus Rashford for Manchester United

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A big blow for the away side, who desperately need to win to hold off the late surge of Liverpool in the race for the top four...

Confirmed Man United lineup

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Man United XI: de Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Lindelof, Shaw, Casemiro, Eriksen, Antony, Bruno Fernandes, Sancho, Martial

Subs: Maguire, Malacia, Fred, Dalot, Weghorst, Pellistri, Butland ,McTominay, Garnacho

Confirmed Bournemouth lineup

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Bournemouth XI: Neto, Zabarnyi, Senesi, Kelly, Smith, Cook, Lerma, Anthony, Christie, Brooks, Solanke

Subs: Travers, Stephens, Mepham, Ouattara, Stacey, Vina, Moore, Sadi, Adu-Adje

Erik ten Hag on Marcus Rashford’s Man United future

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The Man United boss has confirmed Marcus Rashford WANTS to stay at Old Trafford.

“Marcus wants to stay. We want him to stay. So, I think we will find each other,” said Ten Hag confidently, when asked about the striker’s situation.“But I don’t talk about the process. I let it go.”

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Chelsea transfer news: Blues agree Kendry Paez deal as Manchester United and Dortmund miss out

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Chelsea have beaten Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund to the signing of Ecuadorian wonderkid Kendry Paez, his club have confirmed.

Standard Sport reported in April that Chelsea had a verbal agreement in place to sign the 16-year-old midfielder in a deal that could be worth more than £17.5million.

Paez will not be able to join Chelsea until he turns 18 in the summer of 2025. But securing the future of one of the biggest youth talents in South America is a real coup for the Blues.

Independiente del Valle director Santiago Morales said: “Today, I can say that Kendry Paez, in two years’ time, will go to Chelsea.

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Latest odds

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LegalSportsbooks - AFC Bournemouth vs Manchester United

Bournemouth - 5/1

Draw - 15/4

Man United - 9/20

LegalSportsbooks - Top Four Finish

Newcastle - 1/20

Man Utd - 1/5

Liverpool - 5/2

Brighton - 150/1

Paul Tierney confirmed as referee for first meeting between Man City and Manchester United in FA Cup final

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The Football Association (FA) have confirmed their officials for the upcoming FA Cup final between Manchester City and Manchester United.

For the first time in the history of the game’s oldest cup competition, the final will be contested by the two Manchester clubs.

Read the full story here!

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Ed Woodward lands first job since Manchester United exit

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Former Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has landed his first role since leaving Old Trafford.

The 51-year-old last year called time on his United spell after 16 years with the club, his exit hastened by the failed European Super League debacle and having spent over £1billion on new signings without winning the Premier League title.

After over a year keeping a low profile, Woodward’s next role has now been confirmed after agreeing to join educational esports company EStars.

The company, which was founded in 2017, is based out of the flagship office in Abu Dhabi and already boosts former Newcastle and Netherlands goalkeeper Tim Krul on the board.

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Sheikh Jassim lodges huge new Manchester United bid three weeks after deadline

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Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al-Thani has made a huge and final ‘take it or leave it’ offer to buy Manchester United, reportedly woth close to £5billion.

The offer, Sheikh Jassim’s fourth, is for 100 per cent of the club, would clear United’s debt of nearly £1bn and includes a separate fund directed solely at the club and local community should the takeover bid prove a success.

The offer still falls short of the Glazer family’s £6bn valuation.

The Times report that Sheikh Jassim’s main rival for United, British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe, has not improved an offer submitted in April, which values United at a higher price but is not for the whole club and would give Glazers chance to keep their 20% stake.

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Kim Min-jae to Manchester United: Why transfer target is taking note of top-four race

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Napoli star Kim Min-jae is waiting to see if Manchester United qualify for the Champions League before making a decision over his future.

The centre-back has been of interest to United since before his move to Serie A, and those links have intensified during the South Korean’s eye-catching debut season in Europe as Napoli claimed their first title in 33 years.

Read the full story here!

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Chelsea and Tottenham watching Gent striker Gift Orban amid rival Manchester United interest

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Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Fulham are among the clubs to have sent scouts to watch Gent striker Gift Orban.

The 20-year-old has scored 19 times in 19 games so far this season in the Belgian Pro League and Europa Conference League, at a rate of a goal every 75 minutes.

Read the full story here!


Jones makes emotional admission as Man United exit confirmed

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Phil Jones admitted he felt like he was “letting people down” during spells of his Manchester United career, as it was confirmed he will leave the club in the summer.

The 31-year-old arrived at Old Trafford in 2011 after leaving Blackburn, and was part of the squad that won the Premier League title in Sir Alex Ferguson’s final season in charge of United.

Jones’ 229th, and ultimately final, appearance for the club came last season against Brentford, with injury problems keeping him out for the entirety of this campaign.

That has been a painfully familiar theme in recent years and Jones will not get the chance to add to his tally, with the centre-back, whose contract expires this summer, looking back on his struggles in an emotional statement.

“To wear this shirt just once, to wear this badge and represent everyone associated with it, was an honour,” Jones wrote.

Read the full story here!

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Head to head (h2h) history and results

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Bournemouth wins: 3

Draws: 3

Manchester United wins: 13

Prediction: Man United to win 2-1

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The Cherries are a tricky customer to meet but United have so much riding on this, it’s hard to look past them giving everything against a team who have little to play for.

Man United to win 2-1.

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Manchester United team news: Marcus Rashford a doubt

12:28 , Jonathan Gorrie

For United, Marcus Rashford had returned to training and stepped up his recovery from injury, but the forward is now suffering with illness and is doubt for the match.

Scott McTominay is back in training though in better news for United, while Alejandro Garnacho is pushing for a start after his goalscoring cameo against Wolves last week.

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Bournemouth team news: Tavernier injured

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Illia Zabarnyi made his Premier League debut for Bournemouth last time out and could feature again, with Chris Mepham at right-back. Marcus Tavernier, however, will not play again this season.

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Where to watch Bournemouth vs Man United

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TV channel and live stream: The game will not be broadcast live in the UK as it takes place during the blackout imposed across English football.

Highlights: Match of the Day will show highlights when it airs on BBC One at 10.30pm on Saturday.

Live blog: Follow the action with Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog.



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Good afternoon and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Manchester United’s Premier League meeting with Bournemouth today.

Kick-off from the Vitality Stadium is at 3pm BST.

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