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

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

Eddie Howe has urged Bournemouth to build upon their emergence from the Premier League relegation zone after a last-gasp 1-0 victory at Newcastle. "We were second best in the first half but we upped our game", Bournemouth boss Howe told BBC Sport.

"It was a really difficult game to win, these are the moments you enjoy because you work so hard for them".

"It's never nice being in the bottom three but this sets us up nicely, being out of the bottom three before the break". Benitez gave Mohamed Diame his second start against Burnley, and the Senegal worldwide could be back for a second match to provide balance in defence with Shelvey having the space to push forward.

But shortly after Wilson missed a gilt-edged chance for the visitors.

"Their fans are so passionate and I am sure we will take a good following so it should be a good atmosphere".

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Returning to St. James' Park should be a good thing for Benitez and Newcastle, who are 3-1-0 in their last four after opening the season with a 2-0 setback to Tottenham Hotspur.

Ritchie has become a firm fan favourite since making the move from The Cherries last summer and looked to get one over his old side inside five minutes, there didn't looked to be much on as he picked up on the right but made a decision to follow the cry of shoot, hitting a sweet effort from 30 yards with only a fingertip save from Asmir Begović denying him.

Newcastle lost captain Jamaal Lascelles, who picked up a knock in the first half, to injury, and at the other end Marc Pugh failed to test Elliot with a presentable header. Dwight Gayle also had a goal disallowed for offside.

"We went to Newcastle a couple of years ago and got a huge result so we know what needs to be done". "We have key games coming up. It is still early".