Cherries and Hatters share spoils

Bournemouth midfielder Danny Hollands scored at both ends as the Cherries and Luton Town fought out a tense 1-1 draw at Dean Court.

Last Updated: 28/01/09 at 00:33 Post Comment

Hollands: Scored at both ends

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Hollands netted an own goal after 11 minutes when he attempted to clear a header from Luton striker Sam Parkin but could only steer the ball into his own net.

But Hollands scored at the right end after 29 minutes with a fierce left-foot shot from 20-yards, which took a deflection on its way into the roof of the net.

Luton came close to snatching a vital win with three minutes remaining when Kevin Gallen had a low shot hacked off the line by Cherries substitute Alan Connell.

The hosts also had chances to break the deadlock, but Steve Fletcher shot over the bar after 57 minutes and, at the death, Jeff Goulding was through but denied by onrushing goalkeeper Conrad Logan.

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