Bournemouth 3-1 Everton: Callum Wilson scores twice as hosts climb to eighth

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By Neil Johnston
BBC Sport
As Bournemouth ended a two-match losing streak from the Premier League by beating Everton in the Vitality Stadium callum Wilson scored double.
Later Joshua King’s closing range miss england forwards Wilson nodded Bournemouth.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin equalised with a header, his first league goal since March, prior to two goals in five second-half minutes sealed the fate of Everton.
Substitute Ryan Fraser made it 2-1 before Wilson made it three goals in 2 games with a lob beyond Jordan Pickford, from a very low free-kick which appeared to come off Fabian Delph in its own way.
They were catapulted by bournemouth’s very first top-flight house win of the year eight sets the table up to above Everton, who slip to 11th.
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