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Bournemouth scripted a memorable chapter in Premier League history with an incredible comeback, overturning a three-goal deficit to snatch a 4-3 victory over Luton Town.

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This stunning triumph propels the Cherries comfortably into mid-table, securing the 13th spot and widening the gap to Luton and the relegation zone to a substantial 14 points with only ten games left in the season.

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Luton, had they maintained their 3-0 lead, would have climbed above Nottingham Forest on goal difference to evade the relegation zone. However, their dreams were dashed as Bournemouth orchestrated a remarkable turnaround.

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The Hatters started their southern journey with a flourish, as Tahith Chong, Chiedozie Ogbene, and Ross Barkley put them ahead within the first half-hour. Yet, Bournemouth, under Andoni Iraola’s guidance, refused to capitulate.

Dominic Solanke’s 15th Premier League goal of the season ignited hope early in the second half. Illya Zabarnyi and Antoine Semenyo swiftly followed suit, leveling the score and shifting momentum decisively.

With just seven minutes remaining in regulation time, Semenyo’s second strike completed the Cherries’ resurgence, sealing a historic victory that reverberated through the Vitality Stadium.

In a rare feat spanning 32 years of Premier League action, Bournemouth’s comeback joins an elite group, marking only the fifth instance of a team overcoming a three-goal deficit to clinch victory. It stands as a testament to their resilience and determination, etching their name in football folklore for generations to come.

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