Bournemouth extended their unbeaten run to seven matches after they came from behind to defeat Stoke City 2-1.
Josh King and Lys Mousset scored in the last 20 minutes after Xherdan Shaqiri had given Paul Lambert’s team an early lead.
Switzerland international Shaqiri scored after only five minutes when he glanced a header from new signing Badou Ndiaye’s cross past Asmir Begovic.
Stoke had gone close to opening the scoring before the goal when Steve Cook had to clear another Shaqiri effort off the line.
The impressive Ndiaye almost doubled the Potters’ lead in the 20th minute when he dragged a shot wide.
When the Cherries finally got forward, Erik Pieters did a superb job when he cleared Jordon Ibe’s effort off the line while, on the stroke of half-time, Jack Butland pushed Junior Stanislas’ free-kick away to safety.
After the interval, Butland kept King’s 25-yard strike out while at the other end Begovic parried Peter Crouch’s shot.
Crouch then headed the ball on to the top of the crossbar before Bournemouth equalised in the 70th minute when a rebound fell fortuitously to King, who drilled a low shot past Butland.
The comeback was complete nine minutes later when Mousset scored his first Premier League goal for the Cherries, heading Ibe’s free-kick home as Eddie Howe’s side won their eighth Premier League game of the campaign.