Hudson-Odoi's goal boosts Forest

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Hudson-Odoi's goal boosts Forest

The hosts Cheap Bournemouth Football Shirts took the lead after five minutes when Justin Kluivert fired in a corner kick at the far post.

But Hudson-Odoi equalized before the break, beating Ryan Christie and Ilya Zhabani before firing a right-footed shot into the bottom corner.

Bournemouth ended the game with 10 men, with Philip Billing shown a straight red card in the 83rd minute for a foul on Hudson-Odoi.

The draw means Cheap Bournemouth Football Shirts move up to 12th in the table, while Cheap Nottingham Forest Kids Football Kit are a point and one place above Luton in 16th.

The Cherries started brightly, winning two corner kicks within the first five minutes and scoring from the second via Kluivert's close-range effort.

Despite falling behind early in the game, Cheap Nottingham Forest Soccer Jersey stayed in the game and defended tenaciously.

Taiwo Awoniyi, who replaced the injured Chris Wood, was unable to capitalize on his chances as Nuno Espiritu Santo's side looked to get back into the draw.

He lost his footing at a crucial moment after being kicked down by Morgan Gibbs-White, before Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto saved a weak shot.

Former Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoi equalized with a fine strike late in the first half, but neither side could find a winner after the break and created few clear-cut chances.

The subdued cherry struggled to break through the Nottingham Forest

The fitful nature of the game worked to Nottingham Forest's advantage, with Bournemouth unable to capitalize on their fast start.

Dominic Solanke made his 200th appearance for the Cherries but was unable to mark the milestone with a goal as the visitors' defense kept him silent for much of the game.

Andoni Iraola's side had nine shots but only two on target as they struggled to hit their free-flowing best - which they will view as an end to a four-game winless run in the top flight Chance.

They next face Fulham.

Improved Nottingham Forest performance earns points

Cheap Nottingham Forest Kids Football Kit have lost their last two league games against Brentford and Arsenal, but an improved performance saw them pick up a point against Cheap Bournemouth Football Shirts, helping their survival hope.

Callum Hudson-Odoi's second league goal of the season canceled out Kluivert's opener and the visitors defended tenaciously to limit Bournemouth's chances.

Goalkeeper Mats Sales also impressed on his debut for Nottingham Forest after joining from Strasbourg on transfer deadline day, handling the hosts' set-pieces well throughout.

Nottingham Forest will host Newcastle in their next league game.