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Steve Cook headed an injury-time equaliser as Bournemouth battled back from two goals down to scrape an FA Cup third-round replay with League One leaders Wigan Athletic. The Premier League side looked to be heading out to lower-league opposition for the second successive season before Cook made it 2-2 at the death. Lys Mousset's first Bournemouth goal had given Eddie Howe's men hope after Paul Cook's in-form side built a two-goal first-half lead thanks to Will Grigg and an own goal from Emerson Hyndman. James Ward-Prowse gives Southampton win at Fulham yet fans jeer Pellegrino Read more Howe made 11 changes when Bournemouth were dumped out of the cup by Millwall at this stage last season but, with top-flight survival the priority, that did not deter him from making eight this time. Afterwards he said a replay was "not ideal" but he had no regrets. "Vindicated or not, I thought the Nye Napoli 3 trøje decisions were right for us, for this game," Howe said. "We want to be in the competition so we have to deal with the replay and we'll try and win it." Howe's side got off to an awful start when the Northern Ireland striker Grigg was given space inside the box to chest down Gavin Massey's header and score the 100th goal of his club career inside four minutes. Mousset soon had a chance to restore parity but headed straight at Christian Walton before he had a shot blocked by his strike partner, Benik Afobe. Wigan, who came into the game on a 10-game unbeaten run, were competing well and they came close to a second when Nick Powell flashed an effort narrowly wide after Andrew Surman lost possession. The home fans were growing restless and they had more reason to feel unhappy just before the half-hour mark as their side fell further behind. The former Manchester United midfielder Powell lined up a free-kick on the right corner of the penalty box and his strike took a wicked deflection off Hyndman to loop over Artur Boruc and into the far corner. Howe responded to the deficit with a couple of half-time changes, replacing Brad Smith, who was playing for the first time since his injury in September, and the debutant Connor Mahoney with Jordon Ibe and Marc Pugh. The substitutions sparked an immediate revival, Afobe stinging the fingertips of Walton and Cook heading against the crossbar before Mousset halved the deficit 10 minutes into the second period. The Frenchman swivelled inside the box to lash home and break his duck on his 28th Bournemouth appearance. Newcastle survive Luton onslaught to progress thanks to Ayoze Pérez double Read more Wigan beat Bournemouth in a replay at this stage five years Nye Chelsea hjemmebanetrøje ago en route to lifting the trophy and looked to be on course for another win when the substitute Ivan Toney could have sealed their progress when he went down in the box after rounding Boruc. The Wigan manager, Paul Cook, was enraged his side were not awarded a penalty and moments later Steve Cook rose highest to nod home in the second minute of added time. "The last minute, the penalty decision is a big decision in the game," said Cook. "If we get that and we convert the penalty, it's 3-1 but unfortunately the referee hasn't given us it. "I haven't seen it back. For me, it's a simple decision, the lad's gone around the keeper, the keeper's gone to ground. It looks a penalty but there's no criticism from me towards the officials." "I think Bournemouth's momentum and weight of pressure has seen them equalise, probably fairly."
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Thursday, August 01, 2019