With a second-half comeback and goals from Marcus Tavernier and Dominic Solanke, Bournemouth defeated Fulham at the Vitality Stadium to escape the Premier League’s relegation zone.
In the 79th minute, Solanke scored his first league goal since November, securing the victory for the home team.
Tavernier, a substitute, had earlier equalized with a beautiful looping shot into the top corner.
Andreas Pereira’s sidefooted shot in the 16th minute gave Fulham the lead.
Tavernier, who scored the winning goal and put Bournemouth up to 15th place, declared that he thought his team “are here to stay in the division”
After starting the day in 19th place, Bournemouth is now one point above the relegation zone.
Tavernier told BBC Match of the Day, “We’re full of belief at the moment, in the past two games you can see that,” “If we carry on playing like that we have a good chance.”
“I think the team’s performance showed that in the second half that we are here to stay in the division.”