The Hammers, beaten 4-0 at Liverpool last Sunday, took the lead when Marko Arnautovic converted a penalty after Javier Hernandez had been clipped by Nathan Ake. Bournemouth scored twice in six second-half minutes to come from behind and beat West Ham at London Stadium.
But Callum Wilson equalised with a fine individual goal as he ran with the ball from near the halfway line and slotted past Lukasz Fabianski.
Defender Steve Cook headed the winner shortly afterwards when he was too strong for Angelo Ogbonna and connected with Ryan Fraser’s free-kick for a fine away victory.
It means West Ham have failed to earn a point from Manuel Pellegrini’s first two games in charge, while Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth have two wins from two matches.
Source: BBC News