Steve Cook scored the winner for Bournemouth who cruised to their third straight victory in the league with a 3-2 victory over Swansea City at the Vitality Stadium.
The Swansea twice battled from behind to rescue what looked to be another valuable point, but Cook powered home his third goal of the season, his second goal in two home games 12 minutes from time which proved to be the winner.
The win moves Bournemouth up to 14th place – five points above their opponents.
The hosts started the contest pretty well coming close twice early on through Joshua King and Max Gradel who spurned theirchances.
Gradel was picked out by King in the 37th minutes when Lukasz Fabianski palmed Adam Smith's cross right into his path,allowing the former Leeds United man to coolly fire into the bottom corner.
That was the Ivorian's first goal in English football since 2011, which also came on the South Coast when scoring for Leeds against Southampton.
Modou Barrow making just his fourth start of the season, became the first Gambian player to find the net in the English top flight, helping the Swans grab a crucial equaliser two minutes later.
King restored the lead for the hosts when he blasted a low drive beyond Fabianski who once more perhaps should have done better to prevent the goal.
Gylfi Sigurdsson leveled scores again in the 62nd minute when he calmly slotted in Barrow's cutback for his seventh goal in 11 league outings before Cook headed home from a corner to give Eddie Howe's men the lead for the third time in the match.I Couldn't Satisfy My Wife In Bed, But These Simple Solutions Really WORKED! - Click Here To See My Breakthrough.