Marc Pugh's injury-time equaliser secures a point for Bournemouth against Nottingham Forest at The City Ground.
Bournemouth scored an injury-time goal to take a point against Nottingham Forest at The City Ground.
Henri Lansbury's 25-yard strike gave the home side the lead at half time but Marc Pugh swept home in the 91st minute.
Tokelo Rantie almost gave the away team the lead when he latched on to a short backpass by Andy Reid but was thwarted by Karl Darlow.
Bournemouth keeper Stephen Henderson had to be replaced by Ryan Allsop after 10 minutes following a heavy collision with Simon Cox.
Lansbury gave the home side the lead when he rifled in a strike from 25 yards into the top corner.
Darius Henderson almost doubled Forest's lead when his header from a corner was blocked behind by Steve Cook before Allsop saved well to deny Simon Cox from inside the area.
Pugh gave the away side the equaliser they deserved in injury-time when his right-footed effort from the edge of the area beat Karl Darlow.
Abdoun and substitute Jamie Mackie both came close to winning it in the final moments but Bournemouth hung on for a point.
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