Brett Pitman disappointed after AFC Bournemouth beaten by Blackpool
AFC Bournemouth's unbeaten home record came to an end against ten-man Blackpool.
Goals from Ricardo Fuller and Neil Bishop gave the SkyBet Championship leaders three points despite Jack Robinson being sent off for a second yellow card.
Fuller opened the scoring for the visitors with a headed effort before Grabban continued his impressive scoring record as he equalised for the Cherries.
Bishop grabbed the winner shortly after half time as Eddie Howe's side failed to take advantage of their numerical advantage.
Thinking of buying a new computer for Christmas?
Save 10% on all Windows 7 Custom Built Desktop Computer Packages. Gaming PC's, Media Centres & More!!
Windows Desktops Only, Purchased before 12/12/13.
Package Includes Tower, Screen, Keyboard & Mouse.
Domestic Customers Only
Contact: 0845 0177033
Valid until: Thursday, December 12 2013
Cherries striker Brett Pitman believes his team created enough chances to win the game.
"We are disappointed, we dominated the game but we gave away two sloppy goals from set pieces, so it's disappointing" explained Pitman.
"At times we looked decent but there were times when we could have done slightly better in certain situations. They camped men behind the ball so it was difficult.
"We probably had enough chances to get something out of the game - you are always hoping, we were just in their half knocking on the door without it opening."