Bournemouth and Everton just finished up a 3-3 barnburner that featured a Ross Barkley goal in the 95th minute, a mob of Everton fans rushing the pitch, then a Bournemouth equalizer after that in the 98th. Bournemouth’s first came in the 80th from Adam Smith, the English right back and noted economist, when he curled this beauty in.

Not bad! After another Bournemouth goal to draw things level, Ross Barkley hit what he thought was the winner, prompting Everton fans to rush the field and celebrate.

This delay prompted the ref to add more time to the game, which Junior Stanislas used to hit as late a winner as you could hit:

Unless you’re an Everton fan, that has to be just about the most fun finish in the EPL this year. Bournemouth got themselves a much-needed point and some even more-precious momentum. This draw probably felt like a win for them and a loss for the Toffees.

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