West Ham now lie 17th in the league table, 1 point from safety after a thrilling 3-3 draw at the Vitality Stadium.
In the 7th minute of the game the Hammers took the lead through a powerful header from captain James Collins via a corner. The centre-back ran free from his marker Simon Francis and finished into the top corner.
In the 29th minute, Bournemouth equalised after midfielder Dan Gosling slotted home after West Ham failed to clear a free-kick.
Then, in the 57th minute centre-back Nathan Ake scored for Bournemouth with a left footed finished into the bottom corner. to make it 2-1, to the Cherries.
The Hammers equalised in the 81st Minute after goalkeeper Asmir Begovic slipped and Marko Arnautovic scored with his left foot into the open net.
Then, in the 89th minute Arnautovic got his second of the match after a wonderful cross from left-back Arthur Masuaku found Javier Hernandez who’s shot was saved but Arnautovic scored the rebound.
However in the 93 Minute Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson scored the equaliser for Bournemouth. The goal at first was disallowed, as the linesman waved his flag for offside. After a long conversation with the linesman the referee decided to give the goal. Replays showed that the Striker was offside and that Wilson had handled the ball into the net. After the match David Moyes told the BBC”I think he said the assistant referee only put his flag up to draw attention to it, and I’ve never heard of that ever,To lose a goal like that is a killer it’s hard to take.”
AFC Bournemouth – Begovic, S.Cook, Ake, Smith, Francis, Gosling, L.Cook, Fraser (Pugh ’85), Ibe, King (Afobe ’65), Wilson.
West Ham United – Adrian, Collins, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Zabaleta (Rice ’79), Kouyate, Obiang (Carroll ’60), Masuaku, Ayew (Hernandez ’60), Lanzini, Arnautovic.