Bornemouth beat chelsea 1-0 at Stanford bridge as under pressure Eddie Howe was favoured by VAR decision to seal a late win at Lampard Blues ground.
Gosling’s looping effort (84) was originally disallowed for offside by the referee but a VAR check revealed that it was Dominic Solanke that was in an offside position and, as he was not interfering with play, the goal was given.
But the video assistant referee (VAR) awarded the goal, ending Bournemouth’s five-match losing streak and earning them their third away win of the season. Bournemouth have now beaten Chelsea three times in their five Premier League visits to Stamford Bridge.
Their last Premier League points had come on 2 November, when they beat Manchester United at home.
Frank Lampard’s side had lost three of their previous four top-flight games and lacked tempo and creativity as they welcomed Bournemouth, who move up to 14th in the table. Mason Mount and Emerson had the best chances to score for the hosts, but they were undone by a resolut