CThe agitated clash began, with an inappropriate rhythm for these summer dates and occasions in both areas. With the passing of the minutes it was the English team who took control of the game, while Granada worried about staying orderly and execute the guidelines that Robert Moreno you want to implement on your team.
The Andalusian team managed to shake off the dominance of the Bournemouth, striking the first blow of the match thanks to a cross from Antoñín headed correctly by Soro, who signed the 1-0. The joy took just a few minutes to dissipate, which took Solanke in beating Aaron and getting the match tied.
The changes in the second half, with the Monchu’s debut included, they revitalized Granada, which tipped possession in their favor. A superior rhythm that soon paid off with 2-1, the work of Luis Suárez, showing that he starts the course with enthusiasm. Already in the final section, the energy in both sets was decreasing until the final whistle, which cIt certified the first pre-season victory for the rojiblancos.
Granada CF: Aarón, Foulquier, Marín, Germán, Víctor Díaz, Azeez, Eteki, Gonalons, Antoñín, Soro and Molina.
They also played: Luis Suárez, Milla, Monchu, Quini, Torrente, Isma Ruiz, Puertas, Neva, Machís, Joao Costa, Bravo and Pepe.
Trainer: Robert Moreno
AFC Bournemouth: Travers; Kelly, Smith, Stacey, Sherring; Billing, Kilkenny, Brooks, Marcondes, Solanke and Anthony.
They also played: Zemura, Dennis, Camp, Moriah-Welsh, Glover, Taylor, Ibsen Rossi, Bevan, Saydee, Scrimshaw and Surridge.
Trainer: Scott Parker.
Referee: Sánchez Villalobos
Goals: 1-0, 27 Soro; 1-1, 31 Solanke; 2-1, 58 Luis Suarez.