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

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By Neil Johnston
BBC Sport
Callum Wilson scored as Bournemouth ended a run from the Premier League by beating against Everton.
England forwards Wilson nodded Bournemouth later Joshua King range overlook.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin equalised with a towering header, his first league goal since March, until two goals in five second-half moments sealed the fate of Everton.
Heal Ryan Fraser made it 2-1 before Wilson made it three goals in 2 matches with a lob beyond Jordan Pickford from a minimal free-kick which appeared to come off Fabian Delph on its way into the internet.
They were catapulted by bournemouth’s very first top-flight home win of the season eight sets the table up above Everton, who slip into 11th, to eighth.
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