Huddersfield Town were comprehensively beaten by a Callum Wilson-inspired Bournemouth this afternoon.
The forward claimed the match ball with a hat trick, while Harry Arter also got on the scoresheet for the hosts.
Town were the better side for the opening 25 minutes, but two Wilson goals from set pieces in the first half gave them a mountain to climb on the south coast.
That looked to get easier when Simon Francis was sent of for a second yellow card just before half time, but the 10-man Cherries added another two in the second period to close the distance between them and the Terriers to two points.
Stick with us here as we bring you all the updates from the press room at the Vitality Stadium as David Wagner and Eddie Howe face the media.
That brings the post-match press conference to an end.
Short and not very sweet from the boss.
My thoughts changed a little bit because today we played without our three captains.
This shows that we maybe were not at our best in terms of the numbers we had today.
There was no other clear idea for me other than to start with Aaron.
These two goals changed the game completely and in the second half we were not good enough or creative enough.
Two referees decsisions are not corrected.
The corner it was a clear harsh tackle and we conceded a corner after.
And before the second goal it was one yard offside.
Very disappointing of course.
It is important we all feel the disappointment because then we can learn lessons.
We started wel, created good opportunities, defended very well but unfortunately we didn’t score.
Now time for the Town boss.
That’s all from the Bournemouth boss.
I can’t remember the first booking but the second definitely was.
The referee didn’t spot it but the fourth official made the right call.
We set our game plan out at half time.
We set out ours and they set out there’s.
They started the second half very well.
We knew that one goal for them in that game would have changed the momentum and I’m pleased we didn’t.
Wilson for England?
If Callum carries on in this kind of form that he showed to day then it’s in his hands.
He’s worked incredibly hard on his body to get back to where he was.
All credit to the players for managing the game in the way they did after the red card.
Huddersfield made a very strong start to the game - it was difficult for us to get to grips at the start.
It’s the Bournemouth boss up first.