Crystal Palace added to Bournemouth’s transfer worries on the south coast.
The BBC’s first live Premier League match broadcast attracted almost four million viewers.
Crystal Palace‘s 2-0 win at Bournemouth brought in a 24.5 percent audience share with a high of 3.9 million individuals tuning in, and 3.6 million on typical throughout thematch
Luka Milivojevic curled a great free-kick and Jordan Ayew swept home Patrick Van Aanholt‘s lowering as the Eagles shone on the south coast.
Fantastic free-kick from milivojevic. @BBCMOTD constantly gets the very best live Premier League.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 20, 2020
“The first-ever Premier League game to be broadcast on the BBC between Bournemouth and Crystal Palace yesterday (June 20) attracted a peak TV audience of 3.9m (24.5 per cent share) on BBC One and an average 3.6m (22 per cent share) for the match,” the BBC revealed.
” This was the first time top-flight English league football had actually been revealed on the BBC considering that 1988.
“The return of Match of the Day to its Saturday night BBC One slot pulled in a peak TV audience of 2.7million.”