CHERRIES stretched their unbeaten run to four games in the Premier League with a last-gasp victory over Everton.

Dominic Solanke continued his prolific season before a brief hiccup saw a Neto mistake punished by Beto.

However, there was a further twist in the tale as Everton veteran Seamus Coleman inadvertently turned the ball into his own net to hand back the points.

We have taken a look at some of the notable stats and numbers arising from the match.

7 - Everton remain winless at Vitality Stadium in the Premier League, Cherries now unbeaten in seven straight games at home against the Toffees.

Victory for Cherries also stops Sean Dyche’s personal run against them – the former Burnley boss had beaten them six times on the spin in the Premier League before the run ended.

12 - Defeat for the Toffees marked the 12th game in a row where they have failed to find victory in the Premier League – matching their club record, which occurred between August and October 1994.

Everton are withstanding the longest drought in the division, their last win in the league coming away at Burnley in December 16, 2023.

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16 - Dominic Solanke equalled Josh King’s club record for goals scored in a Premier League season with his 16th of the campaign.

The one-time England international has nine more games to surpass the Norwegian’s tally from the 2016/2017 season.

4 – Justin Kluivert committed the most fouls out of any player during his 73 minutes on the pitch, the Dutchman somehow escaping a booking.

574 – Lloyd Kelly’s assist for Solanke’s opener was his first in the Premier League in 574 days.

His last came in the comeback win over Nottingham Forest in September 2022, where he also teed up Solanke, that time for the equaliser as Cherries went on to win 3-2.

38 – Cherries’ current points haul of 38 is their largest at this stage of a Premier League season.

It is just eight shy of their record finish in 2016/17, when Cherries finished ninth with 46 points.

1,357 – Seamus Coleman’s own goal was the first scored by an opposition player in Cherries’ favour since Jonny Evans put the ball into the back of the Leicester City net in July 2020.

Dominic Solanke scored his first Premier League goals for Cherries in that 4-1 win during lockdown.

200 – Adam Smith became the first Cherry to reach 200 top-flight appearances.

The wily campaigner had reached the double century mark for Premier League games against Luton Town, having played once for boyhood club Tottenham Hotspur, but his start against Everton took him to 200 in the Prem for Cherries.