LONDON (AP) Callum Wilson scored a hat trick as Bournemouth got its first ever Premier League victory by edging West Ham 4-3 Saturday at Upton Park. Substitute Marc Pugh put Bournemouth ahead again in the 66th and West Ham left back Carl Jenkinson got a red card for clipping Max Gradel in the box. Wilson then capitalized on a poor pass from Aaron Cresswell to score his second in the 28th before West Ham quickly rallied after the break with two second-half goals – a penalty from Mark Noble and Cheikhou Kouyate’s tap in.
- Eddie Howe’s side did not disappoint at Upton Park and deepened the uncertainty that surrounds West Ham United by scoring their first goals of the season and earning their first-ever victory in the top flight of English football.
- Wilson sealed the win by converting the subsequent penalty, although substitute Modibo Maiga scored in the 82nd to ensure a lively end.
- In Randolph’s defence, there was nothing he could have done to prevent Bournemouth from breaking their Premier League duck in the 11th minute.