Vale secure point at Cherries

Bournemouth dropped back into the bottom two after being held to a goalless draw at home by Port Vale on Saturday afternoon.

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The home had plenty of possession but not much to show for it although Mark Molesley twice went close to providing a winner against a dogged Vale side.

Molesley saw his 52nd-minute shot clip the outside of a post with goalkeeper Joe Anyon wrong-footed.

Molesley went close again two minutes later with a fierce right-foot shot from 25 yards which was pushed past a post by Anyon at full stretch.

Danny Hollands also nearly scored for Bournemouth in first-half injury time but his left-foot shot went narrowly wide of a post.

Vale became more of an attacking force towards the end and after 66 minutes a low left-foot shot from Scott Brown flashed narrowly wide.

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