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An 87th minute penalty from substitute Junior Stanislas gave Bournemouth a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace at the Vitality Stadium on Monday, reports Reuters.
The win, Bournemouth’s fourth in seven games, moves Eddie Howe’s team to seventh place, just two points behind Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.
avid Brooks, a close season signing from Sheffield United, put the Cherries ahead in the fifth minute with an excellent left-foot finish after smart work from Callum Wilson.
Bournemouth dominated the first half, moving the ball well at speed while Palace struggled to get a foothold but Roy Hodgson’s side were a different proposition after the break.
Palace got back on level terms in the 55th minute with a thundering drive from Patrick van Aanholt, the Dutch wing-back blasting home after being fed by Wilfried Zaha.
Three minutes from the end, referee Mike Dean spotted Palace defender Mamadou Sakho throw out at an arm and elbow into the face of Jefferson Lerma and awarded a penalty which Stanislas slotted home for the three points.