Published: Sun, August 13, 2017
Health | By Jay Jacobs

Hegazi header earns West Brom all three points

Hegazi header earns West Brom all three points

First in the tenth minute when a snap shot from the Baggies striker produce a great low save from the Cherries keeper who was then on hand three minutes later when he turned away Rodriguez who had latched onto a thrown-in.

Pulis, 59, who was under contract for another 12 months, is set to remain at The Hawthorns to 2019 after extending his stay by a year and is confident his targets will be on board by the end of the month.

West Brom defender Ahmed Hegazi was delighted with a matchwinning debut in victory over Bournemouth.

The Baggies have made just two signings so far this summer, bringing in Jay Rodriguez on a £12m deal from Southampton and completing the loan capture of Egyptian centre-back Ahmed Hegazy from Al Ahly.

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Rodriguez was preferred to Salomon Rondon in attack for the hosts and he nearly marked his bow with a goal in the ninth minute, Asmir Begovic saving smartly from the striker's snap-shot.

The Egyptian worldwide who arrived on loan from Al Ahly this summer made an instant impression on Baggies fans as he scored the decisive goal. He looks as though he is going to score every time he gets the ball.

Bournemouth struggled throughout and West Brom and Tony Pulis were the deserved winners on opening day.

On the other hand, Eddie Howe's side had 60% of the possession in the first-half, but with no real threat on West Brom's back-line.

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