JORDAN Zemura dedicated his first goals in professional football to his mum Sharon, explaining: "We've been everything."

Zemura produced a man-of-the-match display, scoring in each half as Cherries crushed Barnsley 3-0 at Vitality Stadium.

The 21-year-old Zimbabwe international joined Cherries' academy from Charlton Athletic in 2019 and has made the left-back spot his own under Scott Parker this season.

Having previously spoken about his special relationship with his mum, Zemura was asked if that is who he would dedicate such a special moment to in his career.

The left-back said: "Yeah, my special lady.

"My dad would give me a bit of stick, but I think he’ll understand. Especially my mum, we’ve been through everything.

"Went all over the world, from when she first moved to the country in 1998 from Zimbabwe. I couldn’t thank her enough.

"I wish she was there (on Saturday), but my brothers were there and his friends. I think they will express the moment to her.

"But she sent an email because she was at work, she works at a prison, so she sent an email saying she just found out (about the goals).

"So I’ll wait for her to finish and I’ll give her a call."

After slotting in via a rebound for his opening goal, Zemura's second was more of a solo effort, dribbling forwards into the box and showing some fancy footwork before clipping the ball in at the far post.

Reliving his second goal, Zemura said: "As soon as I saw the situation and I saw the defender step out, I thought - he’s left a big gap behind him.

"So I thought, you know what, in that moment I knew I’m going, I’m going and I’m not going to stop.

"Then obviously I added the stepover for a bit of flair! To be fair, I could’ve just gone straight forward, but you know what, it makes the goal 10 times better!

"So I thought I’ll just do a stepover, didn’t need to, but then when I got in the box, the gaffer always says to the strikers, whenever we are coming up to a game, the strikers are always doing finishing and obviously I’m not allowed to because they just don’t let me do finishing!

"I just stand there watch them finishing and the gaffer is always spelling out to them to ‘go cold in these moments’ and stuff like that. I’m just watching them and it’s like, you know what, go cold in these moments and a little dink in at the back post, it was top."

Asked if he thinks he'll be starting up front in the next game after his brilliant brace, Zemura said: "Don’t push it, I can’t replace Dom Solanke, no way!"