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 streak from the Premier League by beating Everton.
England forwards Wilson nodded Bournemouth after Joshua King range overlook.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin equalised with a header, his first league goal since March, until two goals in five minutes sealed Everton’s fate.
Heal Ryan Fraser made it 2-1 until Wilson made it three goals in 2 games with a delicious lob ago Jordan Pickford from a minimal free-kick which seemed to come off Fabian Delph in its way.
They were catapulted by the very first house win of this season of bournemouth eight sets the table up to above Everton, who slip to 11th.
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