BOSS Andoni Iraola believes that strong team performances will allow specific Cherries to continue to standout.

Cherries’ forward line have started to purr in recent weeks, with the front four of Marcus Tavernier, Antoine Semenyo, Justin Kluivert and Dominic Solanke causing Sheffield United multiple headaches during the 3-1 win at the weekend.

Tavernier and Kluivert managed to get onto the scoresheet, the former with two goals, but both Semenyo and Solanke looked dangerous throughout the contest.

Aside from the late consolation goal for Oli McBurnie, the only criticism of Cherries’ performance at Bramall Lane, as voiced by Tavernier, was the fact that the away side did not score more goals.

Head coach Iraola commented: “I think normally when collectively the team performance is good, players find room to shine more.

“I think we were pretty solid. We found good options for our players up front.

“Good one against ones, options wide for Tavs (Marcus Tavernier), for Ant (Antoine Semenyo).

“Also Dom (Solanke) and Justin (Kluivert) were combining really well up front.

“We have to realise that if we want good individual performances, it normally goes after good games, hard work, doing all the stuff you have to do and everyone will find his moment to perform.”