It should have been sealed earlier! - Howe revels in dramatic Bournemouth win

It should have been sealed earlier! - Howe revels in dramatic Bournemouth win

It should have been sealed earlier! - Howe revels in dramatic Bournemouth win

But from the resulting corner, Cook climbed highest to win it, to the delight of the travelling fans. "Both sides could have won it".

Following defeats against Tottenham and Chelsea last month, Bournemouth's visit to the promoted Magpies is the first in a run of six matches - which include fixtures against struggling Swansea and Palace - in which Howe hopes his team can turn their stuttering campaign around.

Cook then made a crucial block to deny Gayle's goalbound header, before Christian Atsu stung the palms of Begovic with a long-range effort.

When he was finally beaten by Ritchie's 16th-minute effort, the ball came back off the post and Gayle was harshly adjudged to have been offside when he tapped home the rebound.

The Cherries will have to do without the services of Benik Afobe and Junior Stanislas for the trip to Newcastle, as they have been ruled out with respective thigh and groin injuries, although Callum Wilson could earn his first league start since January, as he steps up his recovery from a serious knee issue.

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Having withstood the early barrage, Bournemouth grew into the match and Josh King dragged wide from the edge of the area.

Newcastle started on the front foot again after the break and Joselu headed a Jonjo Shelvey corner into the ground that looped up and had to be tipped over by Begovic.

Cook struck two minutes into injury time to give Eddie Howe's team only its third league win. King's flick split the home defence and the striker raced onto the pass but fired a left-foot shot into the side-netting when one on one.

"Back to back away wins is huge, our away record prior to this wasn't great".

Arsenal icon Paul Merson has revealed he was "disappointed" with Newcastle's defeat to Burnley on Monday night, but still expects Rafael Benitez's side to beat Bournemouth this weekend.

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