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Kieffer Moore celebrates for BournemouthBournemouth will finish second in the Championship, behind Fulham, who will win the championship.

With a late victory against Nottingham Forest, Kieffer Moore propelled Bournemouth back to the Premier League, ensuring automatic promotion from the Championship.

Substitute Moore’s calm finish after a low free-kick left him unmarked in the area means Forest will have to go through the play-offs to join the Cherries in the Premier League next season.

Moore, a January signing from Cardiff who has only made three substitute appearances due to injury, was buried by ecstatic teammates who knew a victory over their nearest rivals would put an end to their two-year top-flight exile.

They return to the Premier League under manager Scott Parker, who earned his second promotion in three seasons after leading Fulham to the Premier League in 2019-20 before departing for Bournemouth after relegation last season.

While missing the hoopla and grandeur of a play-off final, the match between second and third in the Championship seemed every bit the high-stakes contest that makes the Wembley finale the richest game in club football.

Forest striker Sam Surridge struck the crossbar in the first half and had a strong penalty request turned down after an inaccurate offside flag was raised against him.

Goalkeeper Mark Travers took down the striker as he attempted to round him, but the foul was waived away since the flag was already up.

Forest manager Steve Cooper told Radio Nottingham after the game that referee Stuart Attwell and his assistant apologised for the error.

“They’ve thrown their hands up and admitted to making a tremendous mistake,” he added. “It doesn’t help much, but at least they had the decency to admit up to their choice.”

Kieffer MooreForest’s aspirations of automatic promotion were destroyed by Kieffer Moore’s brilliant finish.

In a second half controlled by the Cherries, the visitors generated little, with Dominic Solanke hitting the side netting and Philip Billing and Jaidon Anthony testing Reds goalkeeper Brice Samba.

Billing seemed to be preparing to go for goal when Jordan Zemura was hauled down on the outside of the box.

Instead, he discovered Moore unmarked in the area, who swept home a goal that catapulted the hosts back to the Premier League and triggered a celebration at the Vitality Stadium, with delighted home supporters spilling onto the field at full-time.

Second place goes to cherries.

Bournemouth, who are currently six points ahead of Forest, have only been out of the automatic promotion places once in the last 32 weeks.

Forest, on the other hand, spent 46 of the first 52 days of the season in the relegation zone, after their worst start to a season in over a century.

Since Chris Hughton’s successor, Cooper, was appointed in September, no team has amassed more points than the Reds, who have launched what would have seemed to be an absurd effort to return to the Premier League after a 23-year absence.

Forest’s first win came against Huddersfield on September 18th, when the East Midlands team was bottom of the league and 14 points behind leaders Bournemouth.

Forest went into the game knowing that a win would put them ahead of the hosts on goal differential and put them in pole position to grab the last automatic promotion spot with one game left.

Surridge, a former Cherries striker, took center stage after Billing tested Samba with an awkward curled shot, crashing a powerful shot off the crossbar before the controversial offside decision.

David BrooksIn the seventh minute, the audience rose to congratulate Cherries player David Brooks as he announced his cancer-free status.

Bournemouth came out of the break re-energized, denying Forest the space and time to play the free-flowing attacking football that had seen them win nine of their previous ten games, and creating the better chances before Moore buried his with a fine first-time finish past Samba with seven minutes remaining.

Forest complete the season with a trip to Hull on Saturday, knowing that a win would secure third place, while Bournemouth visit Millwall, who are also aiming for a spot in the play-offs.

‘It was a whirlwind’ – response

Parker, the manager of Bournemouth, told Radio Solent:

“I never meant the game to be sentimental, but I thought it would fit Forest if we made it emotional.”

“It was easier said than done, and we were drawn into it, and it became into a basketball game.” There would have been just one winner if we had put up the same effort in the second half.

“Tonight, we executed the second half, we were energized, and we were undoubtedly deserving of the win. My feelings are euphoric.”

Cooper, the manager of Nottingham Forest, told Radio Nottingham:

“Obviously, it hurts, but we have to get over it and prepare for the playoffs, whether we like it or not.”

“Bournemouth deserved to be promoted, and it wasn’t just about tonight. It was all about going back to where they had been. We now enter the play-offs with the hopes of joining them.”

Line-ups

Bournemouth

4-2-3-1 formation

42Travers

Smith2Phillips5Kelly33ZemuraSmith, 15A2Phillips5Kelly33ZemuraSmith, 15A2Phillips5K

Cook 8Lerma4L

10Christie29Billing32Anthony

9Solanke

  • 42Travers has been scheduled for 90 minutes.
  • Smith, 15A
  • 2Phillips
  • 5Kelly
  • 33Zemura
  • At 59’minutes, 8Lerma was substituted by Moore.
  • 4L Cook
  • At 88’minutes,Christie was substituted forPearson.
  • 29Billing
  • 89’minutes 32AnthonySubstituted forMephamat
  • 9Solanke It’s been scheduled for 90 minutes.

Substitutes

  • 1Woodman
  • 3Laird
  • 6Mepham
  • 12Brady
  • 21Moore
  • 22Pearson
  • 37Dembélé

Forest of Nottm

3-4-1-2 formation

30Samba

Cook26McKenna4Worrall27S Worrall27S Worrall27S Worrall27S Worrall27S Worr

2Spence22Yates37Garner8Colback

11Zinckernagel

20Johnson16Surridge

  • 30Samba
  • 4Worrall
  • Cook, 27S At 84’minutes, he was replaced by Lolley.
  • 26McKenna It was scheduled for 82 minutes.
  • 2Spence It’s been scheduled for 90 minutes.
  • 22Yates
  • 37Garner
  • At 84’minutes, 8Colback was substituted by Laryea.
  • At 85’minutes, 11Zinckernagel was substituted by Mighten.
  • 20Johnson
  • 16Surridge

Substitutes

  • 1Horvath
  • 3Figueiredo
  • 14Laryea
  • 17Mighten
  • Ribeiro Dias, 18Ribeiro Dias, 18Ribeiro Dias
  • Costa Silva, 19
  • 23Lolley

Live Text

  1. Bournemouth 1 Nottingham Forest 0 is the final score.

  2. Bournemouth 1 Nottingham Forest 0 at the conclusion of the second half.

  3. The attempt was unsuccessful. Brice Samba (Nottingham Forest) hits a close left-footed effort from a tough angle on the right, but it misses to the right after a corner.

  4. Nottingham Forest, in the corner. Lloyd Kelly made the concession.

  5. Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke receives a yellow card for a nasty foul.

  6. Dominic Solanke was called for a foul (Bournemouth).

  7. Nottingham Forest’s Djed Spence is awarded a free kick in the attacking half.

  8. Bournemouth’s Mark Travers gets issued a yellow card.

  9. Nottingham Forest are on the wrong side of the goal. Ryan Yates gets caught offside as Brennan Johnson attempts a through ball.

  10. Nottingham Forest are on the wrong side of the goal. Ryan Yates gets caught offside as Brennan Johnson attempts a through ball.

  11. Nottingham Forest’s Djed Spence receives a yellow card for a harsh foul.

  12. Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke earns a free kick in the attacking half.

  13. Djed Spence was called for a foul (Nottingham Forest).

  14. Bournemouth’s Kieffer Moore is awarded a free kick in the attacking half.

  15. Richie Laryea was called for a foul (Nottingham Forest).

  16. Bournemouth has made a substitution. Jaidon Anthony is replaced by Chris Mepham.

  17. Bournemouth has made a substitution. Ryan Christie is replaced by Ben Pearson.

  18. Nottingham Forest has made a substitution. Philip Zinckernagel is replaced by Alex Mighten.

  19. Nottingham Forest has made a substitution. Jack Colback is replaced by Richie Laryea.

  20. Nottingham Forest has made a substitution. Steve Cook is replaced by Joe Lolley.

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