BOSS Scott Parker praised the "brilliant" performance of Dominic Solanke against Blackpool, but admitted: "Maybe he should put the other one away."

Solanke doubled his goals tally for the season with a brace inside the opening 20 minutes at Vitality Stadium.

The striker buried a shot across goal before glancing in an Emiliano Marcondes cross with his head.

It added to a fine strike in victory at Birmingham in midweek.

But, having led 2-0, Cherries were pegged back to draw 2-2 with the winless Tangerines, with James Husband netting from close range before Jerry Yates scored from the penalty spot.

Before Husband had netted, the defender denied Solanke a hat-trick with a last-ditch challenge as the former Liverpool man bore down on goal and delayed his shot.

Solanke also had one late chance to complete his treble, his header acrobatically tipped over the crossbar by goalkeeper Chris Maxwell in the sixth minute of added time.

Discussing Solanke's performance against Blackpool, Parker said: "It was a great header in the last minute, a good save from the keeper.

"There was another one where he’s gone through.

"I thought Dom was brilliant. Really pleased for him, two goals.

"If he’s being critical, and he will be no doubt, is that maybe he should put the other one away. But overall I thought he did really well."