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Wolves came from behind to defeat 10 at Bournemouth with a late winner.

After Matheus Cunha had cancelled out Dominic Solanke’s opening, Sasa Kalajdzic’s 88th-minute winner sealed the visitors’ second-half comeback.

Bournemouth played nearly 40 minutes with 10 men after Cook was sent out after the break.

This season, the Cherries have yet to win a league game.

Andoni Iraola’s team appeared to be on course for a hard-fought point at Vitality Stadium, but a moment of stupidity from Cook – where he turned his head towards Hwang Hee-Chan in an off-the-ball fight – proved costly.

The sending off naturally gave Wolves control, as they recorded more shots, crosses, passes, and possession % above their season average.

The visitors had a trying afternoon on the south coast, but Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto’s hasty mistake to play it short to Philip Billing led to substitute Kalajdzic’s winning goal.

“We mostly played the way we wanted to, but there are mistakes at this level that you can’t make, and we did,” said Bournemouth manager Gianfranco Iraola.


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