Bournemouth star Afobe dedicates goal to Ehiogu

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The English striker paid tribute to the former Tottenham defender, who passed away on Friday

Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe paid tribute to Ugo Ehiogu after scoring against Middlesbrough on Saturday.

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Afobe pulled off the black armband that all players were wearing and pointed to the sky in honour of the former Tottenham defender, who passed away on Friday.

Prior to the match, both sides participated in a minute's silence to remember the former England defender. 

Afobe's 16th minute strike was the second of four goals for the home side, who easily defeated Boro 4-0 at the Vitality Stadium. 

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