Ghana international Antoine Semenyo has been lauded by AFC Bournemouth manager Andoni Iraola, following his performance in their Premier league away game to Liverpool FC.
Bournemouth lost 3-1 to Liverpool at the Anfield, with Antoine Semenyo scoring the only consolation goal for the visitors as Liverpool ended game with 10-men. New signing Alex Marc Allister was sent off in his first home game.
Semenyo’s performance in their first two matches has received praise from manager Andoni Iraola.
The 23-year-old featured in the first two games of the Premier League season, starting one and coming off the bench in the other.
“Antoine [Semenyo] was very good last week [vs. West Ham]. The minutes he played he gave good energy to the team,” Iraola said.
“[Against Liverpool] also, he pushed a lot. He really finished very tired.
“But I think what we expect from our forward players is to give everything they have. A player comes and we are in a good position.”
Having joined the Cherries in January, Semenyo started two games and made nine substitute appearances scoring once.
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