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Summary

  1. Mike Phelan's first game since being made permanent manager of Hull

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By Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye

Bournemouth 6-1 Hull

And that's it from me, time to catch my breath...

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Seth Gogo Egoeh: So after being given a contract as head coach till season end, Mike Phelan thinks it's funny to reward fans with 6-1 loss?

KoloKennethK: The Permanent job has unveiled the true Phelan.   

FULL-TIME

Bournemouth 6-1 Hull

Six doesn't flatter Bournemouth here, a great performance from Eddie Howe's side but hull were dreadful.

Bournemouth celebrate their win
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Bournemouth 6-1 Hull

Late charge from Hull? A high, deep David Meyler cross puts some pressure on the hosts' defence, but Artur Boruc gets a hand to it to tip the ball away from danger.

Bournemouth 6-1 Hull

Well, that's 17 goals conceded in the last four games for Hull I believe? Mike Phelan's first game in permanent charge certainly hasn't panned out the way he would have hoped.

GOAL - Dan Gosling

Bournemouth 6-1 Hull

All to easy for Bournemouth but it is a smart finish from Dan Gosling. He strokes in left-footed from the edge of the area to inflict more misery on Hull.

Dan Gosling scores the sixth Bournemouth goal
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SUBSTITUTION

Bournemouth 5-1 Hull

Callum Wilson goes after that goal, with Benik Afobe taking his place.

GOAL - Callum Wilson

Bournemouth 5-1 Hull

Five for Bournemouth. Callum Wilson finds himself with a free header at the back post from a Joshua King cross and nods home.

Callum WIlson scores
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SUBSTITUTION

Bournemouth 4-1 Hull

And just as I mentioned Jack Wilshere not having played a full game for the Cherries, he is substituted. Dan Gosling the man to replace him.

SUBSTITUTION

Bournemouth 4-1 Hull

Third and final change for Hull as David Meyler is brought on to replace Ryan Mason.

Bournemouth 4-1 Hull

Jack Wilshere again the man to cause Hull problems with the ball at his feet, winning a free kick inside the visitors' half.

The Arsenal loanee is hoping to complete his first 90 minutes of league action in more than two years today...

Jack Wilshere
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Bournemouth 4-1 Hull

Jack Wilshere gallops forward down the middle for the hosts and draws the Hull defence out before finding Callum Wilson, who cuts onto his left and fires a shot at David Marshall.

Bournemouth 4-1 Hull

Hull's defensive problems continue, you wouldn't count against Bournemouth adding more either...

GOAL - Stanislas

Bournemouth 4-1 Hull

A lovely bit of skill from substitute Joshua King finds Adam Smith, who drives a low ball across the area for the oncoming Junior Stanislas to grab his second with a smart right-footed finish.

Junior Stanislas second goal
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SUBSTITUTION

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

A change for Hull, too. Andrew Robertson is replaced by Adama Diomande, who is also a Norway international.

He goes straight up top alongside Will Keane as Mike Phelan's side attempt to salvage something from this game.

Andrew Robertson
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SUBSTITUTION

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Jordon Ibe is taken off by Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe and the former Liverpool man will no doubt be pleased with his contribution today. Norway international Josh King is the man to replace him.

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Ryan Mason goes on a marauding forward run but never really looks to have the ball under control, one heavy touch takes him into the Bournemouth area and the Tigers midfielder goes down - but no penalty.

YELLOW CARD

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Andrew Robertson goes into the book for a late tackle on Harry Arter. The Hull defender will probably tell you he had no choice but to bring the breaking Bournemouth midfielder down...

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Hull have looked better since the break, but then that wasn't going to be difficult. Tom Huddlestone drops deep and pings a trademark diagonal ball out to Ahmed Elmohamady, who in turn finds Robert Snodgrass before the attack peters out.

Robert Snodgrass
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SUBSTITUTION

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Tom Huddlestone replaces Shaun Maloney for the visitors, a change in shape for Mike Phelan's side you would expect?

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Jack Wilshere picks up the ball in a pocket of space outside of the area and almost looked afraid to shoot, he does after being urged on by the home crowd but it deflects off away from goal.

Jack Wilshere
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Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

A slightly more measured attack from the visitors wins them a second corner of the game, as Ahmed Elmohamady links up with Robert Snodgrass.

The delivery is deep into the Bournemouth box, but goalkeeper Artur Boruc claims it to bring an end to the danger.

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Great chance from the corner as Steve Cook gets above his marker and heads towards goal, but a big paw from Hull City stopper David Marshall turns it over the crossbar.

Steve Cook header
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Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Jordon Ibe had an electric start to the first half and Bournemouth have looked to get him on the ball again early in the second. Ahmed Elmohamady must be dizzy at right back trying to follow the winger's feet, and the Cherries man wins a corner.

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Good start for the visitors as Shaun Maloney weaves into space to the left of the box and manages to dig out a whipped left-footed cross, but Steve Cook nods it away to safety.

KICK-OFF

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Here we go for the second half. Eddie Howe will be hoping for more of the same, Tigers boss Mike Phelan certainly won't...

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

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Hull spent most of the first period inside their own half as Bournemouth dominated the opening 45 minutes, as shown by this average player position graphic.

Name them...

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

HALF-TIME

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Well Hull were a little lucky to be in this game at all with 10 minutes of the half to play after the hosts dominated the opening spell.

Ryan Mason levelled after Charlie Daniels' opener, but Steve Cook then headed home before a Junior Stanislas penalty gave the hosts a two-goal advantage.

Stanislas celebrates
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Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

Good cross from Andrew Robertson for Hull as he collects it wide-left for the visitors, but no-one is in the box and Artur Boruc is happy to see that out for a goal kick.

GOAL - Stanislas

Bournemouth 3-1 Hull

A rash tackle from Robert Snodgrass in the area gives Bournemouth the chance to increase their lead, and Junior Stanislas makes no mistake from the spot.

The Cherries winger side-foots one straight down the middle into the roof of the net as keeper David Marshall guesses left.

Stanislas penalty
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PENALTY - Bournemouth

Bournemouth 2-1 Hull

GOAL - Steve Cook

Bournemouth 2-1 Hull

Moments ago it was his deflection that took the ball into his own net, but on his 200th appearance for the Cherries Steve Cook has put his side back in front.

The centre-back rose highest in the area from a deep Junior Stanislas free-kick to power a downward header past David Marshall.

Steve Cook scores
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Bournemouth 1-1 Hull

Jake Livermore holds off Jack Wilshere and finds Ryan Mason on the edge of the Bournemouth penalty area. The former Spurs man tries his luck but it's a weak shot on his left foot and easily dealt with.

YELLOW CARD

Bournemouth 1-1 Hull

Robert Snodgrass mistimes a tackle on Harry Arter and becomes the second man to enter the book.

Junior Stanilslas finds the target from the resulting free-kick but it's an easy save for David Marshall.

GOAL - Ryan Mason

Bournemouth 1-1 Hull

Bournemouth have completely dominated this game but the hosts give the ball away in a dangerous area and are punished.

Ryan Mason pounces on the loose ball outside the Cherries' area and his goalbound shot takes a huge deflection off Steve Cook's leg to wrong-foot Artur Boruc.

Ryan Mason
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Bournemouth 1-0 Hull

Another half chance for the hosts as Jordon Ibe shrugs off two would-be tacklers and makes space for a shot on his right foot from outside the Hull area, but it sails over David Marshall's crossbar.

Bournemouth 1-0 Hull

Hull really haven't had anything to shout about so far this half, it's all Bournemouth and Mike Phelan's side have been reduced to running shuttles across the Vitality pitch.

The hosts move it well to Junior Stanilas on the right and he sees a snapshot deflect wide off Andrew Robertson for a corner.

HITS THE WOODWORK

Bournemouth 1-0 Hull

Well, again it's Jordon Ibe causing the Hull defence problems and he gets to the byline following a pass from Charlie Daniels before pulling a ball back to Callum Wilson, who strikes the bar with a left-footed effort from seven yards out.

Jordan Ibe
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Bournemouth 1-0 Hull

Jordon Ibe is popping up everywhere and his pace and trickery is so unpredictable I'm not even sure the former Liverpool man knows himself which way he is going to turn next.

He whizzes beyond Ahmed Elmohamady and is brought down, but the resulting free-kick finds its way into David Marshall's grasp.