Billing believes in AFC Bournemouth’s attacking ‘chemistry’
DETERMINED Philip Billing believes the Cherries have the ‘chemistry’ to add even more goals to their Premier League game.
The midfielder was speaking after Gary O’Neil’s side sealed a 3-0 victory over Everton before the World Cup break.
The Cherries have 18 league goals to their name in 15 outings this campaign – a run that is the 12th-highest in the division.
They have scored more times than Chelsea, West Ham and Aston Villa.
Former Huddersfield Town man Billing himself scored four, with Kieffer Moore the same amount. Leader Dominic Solanke has scored three league goals this season.
Asked about Cherries’ attacking prowess, Billing told the Daily Echo: “We’re getting used to each other. We played and got used to the Champ, me and Dom.
“I always look for Dom whenever I really can. I want him to score his goals because he deserves it.
“We have the chemistry and you can see that on the pitch.
“Maybe when we get up sometimes we can raise our heads a bit more and look for our teammates because I think we can score even more goals.
“I think there are still more goals for us. I would like a statement to win, maybe.
“Of course 3-0 is amazing at home against Everton, but the fact that we can score even more goals – that’s what this team is capable of, we just have to keep looking for ourselves and it will come.”
Having missed out on Denmark’s World Cup squad, Billing was part of Cherries’ hot weather training camp in Dubai.
Gary O’Neil’s men are set to make the trip to Newcastle when they next meet in the Carabao Cup on November 21.
They then travel to Chelsea in the league on Tuesday, December 27, before finishing the calendar year with a home clash against Crystal Palace on December 31.