CHERRIES boss Scott Parker revealed his side's inventive kick-off goal at Craven Cottage "comes straight off the training ground", adding how they had spotted that as a weakness in Fulham's game.

After a goalless first half, Cherries incredibly took the lead just six seconds into the second half.

Emi Marcondes laid the kick-off back to Lewis Cook, who in turn quickly moved it back to the Dane. Marcondes then teed up Philip Billing to send the ball over the top to Dominic Solanke, who held off Denis Odoi and slammed high into the net past goalkeeper Marek Rodak.

The goal would earn Cherries a precious point against the league leaders, with Tosin Adarabioyo grabbing a late equaliser for the hosts.

Asked about Solanke's goal, Parker told the Daily Echo: "It comes straight off the training ground. A lot of work on Thursday.

"A lot of studying previous to that, in terms of working out.

"This game was always going to be decided by fine margins. That’s the facts when you play big games, top of the league games, it’s always going to be fine margins.

"So we worked hard on that, worked out where they were weak in that situation.

"Listen, we go through loads of stuff. There was loads of other things (on Friday) which we tried to work on which at times didn’t work.

"As hard as we’ve worked studying and the players have worked and then to make it happen live on stage is very pleasing."