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Tyrone Mings Nearly KO'd After Dramatic Goal Line Clearance

Tyrone Mings Nearly KO'd After Dramatic Goal Line Clearance

Bournemouth came from a goal down to beat Birmingham 2-1 in the League Cup on Tuesday evening.

Already a goal down with around 10 minutes to go in the first half, Tyrone Mings produced what his manager Eddie Howe later called the 'defining moment of the game' with a dramatic goal line clearance.

After Isaac Vassell had rounded Artur Boruc, the Birmingham striker slid the ball towards goal. Mings back-heeled away the ball away from goal as it rolled towards the line.

The game was then delayed for four minutes as Mings received treatment for running into the pole holding up the net. Though, he was able to play the full 90 minutes.

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Two goals in 23 minutes for Bournemouth, scored by Ryan Fraser and Marc Pugh, would give them the win.

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