Leeds United fell to another heavy defeat as Bournemouth ran out 4-1 winners at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
That defeat leaves them just one point clear of the relegation zone, with fellow relegation rivals Leicester City and Everton going head-to-head on Monday night.
Jefferson Lerma scored twice in quick succession, as Illan Meslier spilled the ball straight to his feet for his second.
Patrick Bamford pulled one back, and Neto was forced into a double save by Robin Koch and Wilfried Gnonto, but Bournemouth were the side who scored the third goal.
Dominic Solanke capitalised on a weak clearance from Koch to steer his finish into the bottom corner. And Antoine Semenya emerged from the bench to wrap up the three points in stoppage time when his low effort squirmed under Meslier.
Leeds have gone five games without a win in the Premier League and have lost four of their last five. They've also conceded a dismal total of 18 goals during that run.
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