Solanke Hat-trick Seals Bournemouth Win After Forest Red Card Controversy

By Robert J. Matthews

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Bournemouth's win over Nottingham Forest was marked by contentious referee decisions, including a second yellow card for Willy Boly, leaving Forest with 10 players.

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Nottingham Forest lodged a formal complaint against referee Robert Jones, questioning the decisions that significantly impacted the match.

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The first half was overshadowed by Boly's sending-off and a debated handball decision involving Bournemouth's Adam Smith.

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The controversies fueled a spiky atmosphere, not only among players on the field but also in the technical areas.

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Despite the controversies, Bournemouth's Dominic Solanke stood out with a hat-trick, securing victory for his team.

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Forest's manager, Nuno Espírito Santo, expressed frustration over the referee's decisions and the limitations of VAR in certain situations.

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Despite Forest taking the lead with Anthony Elanga's goal, Solanke's equalizer and subsequent goals kept the match tense until the end.

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Nuno emphasized the need for Forest to focus on improvement rather than dwelling on the controversial decisions and points lost.

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