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Emlyn Begley

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    Artuc Boruc blocks an effort on the line and it's scrambled wide. And the whistle goes - a famous win for Bournemouth.

    Bournemouth celebrate
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    It's cleared off the line!

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    Corner to West Ham. The last chance.

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    And Dan Gosling has a chance to make it 5-3. Keeper Darren Randolph skews a clearance but is able to save Gosling's header.

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    There's no momentum with West Ham. It doesn't feel like they're going to score.

    Slaven Bilic

    Bournemouth bring on Adam Smith for Matt Ritchie for the final moments.

    Random factlet - I once saw Ritchie booked for shoving a ballboy in a League Two match. 


    Six extra minutes for a West Ham equaliser.

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    Can West Ham find one more goal to level this up? A remarkable game although a lot of the goals have been down to defensive errors.

    West ham's Marc Noble and James Tomkins
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    Dimitri Payet plays a ball over the top which Modibo Maiga bursts onto but the goalscorer is offside.


    Bournemouth bring off Max Gradel, who has had a hand in a lot of the Cherries' good play. Dan Gosling comes on to replace him.

  12. West Ham 3-4 Bournemouth

    Kevin Kilbane

    Final Score

    "Really sloppy defending. When a team goes down to 10 men you just have to keep it tight defensively but Bournemouth were all over the place."

    Modibo Maiga shot
  13. GOAL - West Ham 3-4 Bournemouth

    Modibo Maiga

    A ridiculous match - it's game on again. Modibo Maiga hasn't been on the pitch long but he gets the ball, runs towards the box and calmly slots home from the edge of the box with keeper Artur Boruc diving the wrong way.

    Modibo Maiga
  14. GOAL - West Ham 2-4 Bournemouth

    Callum Wilson

    Callum Wilson takes the penalty andscores a hat-trick - unbelievable. Darren Randolph guesses the right way but the striker finds the corner brilliantly with his kick.

    Callum Wilson
  15. RED CARD

    Carl Jenkinson is sent off!

    Carl Jenkinson is sent off

    Max Gradel goes down in the box under a challenge from Carl Jenkinson - he went down fairly easily.

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    West Ham's Pedro Obiang comes back on after receiving treatment. The Hammers have used all their substitutions so could do with him being fit.

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    Bournemouth goal
    Image caption: A nice passing move led to Bournemouth's third.

    West Ham won't be too happy to see Pedro Obiang down injured following a aerial clash with Eunan O'Kane. Bournemouth are livid too as they were attacking but the referee called it back.

    And Cherries keeper Artur Boruc got booked somewhere in the madness.


    West Ham bring on former forgotten striker Modibo Maiga for the third consecutive Premier League game. Diafra Sakho is the man to come off.

  21. Another drinks break

    Players 'taking on some fluids' to use the football parlance. Some fans don't seem too happy and there's some whistling!

    Back under way.

  22. Post update

    Bournemouth right-back Simon Francis has caused West Ham a lot of problems and his latest cross is past defender James Tomkins but also beats his team-mates too.

  23. 'More goals to come'

    Paul Mortimer

    Former Charlton player on BBC London 94.9

    I think Slaven Bilic thought he'd got an answer out of his players when they came back into it. But I don't think the goalscoring is done. Bournemouth are an attacking side so leave gaps at the back.

    Slaven Bilic
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    Yusuf: Think Bournemouth will be like Blackpool in the Premier League. Entertain, score goals but ultimately go down.

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  25. GOAL - West Ham 2-3 Bournemouth

    Marc Pugh

    Marc Pugh has spent a lot of his career in the Football League but that was a strike of real Premier League quality and Bournemouth lead again.

    Max Gradel plays the ball across to the winger, who controls the ball with his left foot, switches it onto his right with Carl Jenkinson having committed himself and curls home past Darren Randolph.

    Fantastic strike.

    Marc Pugh
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    West Ham goalscorer Cheikhou Kouyate gets some treatment after falling awkwardly on his shoulder but I think he'll be OK to play on.

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    Goalkeeper Darren Randolph keeps West Ham ahead. Max Gradel lays the ball off to Marc Pugh but the Irish keeper stops it with one hand - his second good save of the game.

  28. 'Payet can't find space'

    Paul Mortimer

    Former Charlton player on BBC London 94.9

    Dimitri Payet is a decent player. He's just not found his way in the game at the moment, the right pocket of space to do what he does. I don't know if that's Bournemouth doing their homework.

    Dimitri Payet
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    James Tomkins plays a ball into the box, Bournemouth seem to panic but they get it clear. I really didn't see this second-half turnaround coming. 

    West Ham were dreadful in the first half.

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    Max Gradel shoots from distance but it's wide - that's the first thing I can remember Bournemouth doing in this half so far.

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    West Ham goal
    Image caption: West Ham's goal in graphic form - Jenkinson throws to Sakho, whose shot is saved and Kouyate scores the rebound.
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    Kevin Kilbane

    Final Score

    "Cheikhou Kouyate‘s reaction is key here. Artur Boruc makes a good save but Kouyate‘s anticipation is brighter than the Bournemouth defence and he gets there for the goal."       

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    Terry Lambert:  There is no way that Bournemouth will not score again against THAT back four.  

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    When Slaven Bilic and Julian Dicks tell you off at half-time, you listen to them!

  35. GOAL - West Ham 2-2 Bournemouth

    Cheikhou Kouyate

    Carl Jenkinson throws the ball to Diafra Sakho, who controls the ball with his back to goal, turns and shoots.

    Artur Boruc saves his effort but Cheikhou Kouyate is there to smash home the rebound.

    Cheikhou Kouyate
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    This game has changed entirely as Dimitri Payet has a shot blocked. Charlie Daniels lumps the ball out for a throw-in.

    Upton Park is buzzing again.


    Bournemouth bring on former Bury, Shrewsbury and Hereford winger Marc Pugh for Josh King, who has a hamstring problem.

    Pugh has played in each of the four top divisions.

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    Kevin Kilbane

    Final Score

    "It's a definite penalty but Josh King just doesn't need to make a challenge there. With a 2-0 lead you just want to see the game off for 10 minutes after half-time. 

    "It was a ridiculous challenge from King, he dangles a loose leg. Bournemouth should be long gone."

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    Jamie Tucker, London:  To everyone who suddenly thinks Sam Allardyce is akin to Pep Guardiola, lets remember he won three games out of his last 21 at West Ham. Unlikely he'd have won any of our first three opening games on that sort of form. #InBilicWeTrust 

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    How much will Max Gradel regret not taking that late chance in the first half? That might have killed it off. West Ham have the momentum now.

  41. GOAL - West Ham 1-2 Bournemouth

    Mark Noble

    Mark Noble steps up and sends Artur Boruc the wrong way. Game on.

    Marc Noble celebrates

    The Cherries fail to clear and Josh King clips Mark Noble on the edge of the box. Huge moment.

    Marc Noble
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    Dimitri Payet takes the set piece and it's headed up in the air by Steve Cook and...

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    West Ham start off with a free-kick as Cheikhou Kouyate nutmegs Charlie Daniels, who fouls him.

  45. KICK-OFF - West Ham 0-2 Bournemouth

    Second half under way.

    Kouyate of West Ham

    Second chance for West Ham as winger Matt Jarvis comes on for Kevin Nolan.

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    Bournemouth players back out on the pitch now, we're almost ready to go for the second half.

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    Crobs:  Big Sam isn't looking like such a bad manager now…

    Bishop Yinkus:  The only thing I want now is to see the faces of West Ham fans. It must be like of a confused angry lion.

    Joel Ejike Oblates:  Bournemouth were robbed the other day. A very attacking-minded team. If they keep this pace for the season, they need not worry.  

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  50. Cherries dominance

    Bournemouth had nine shots in that half, three on target - two of those were Callum Wilson's goals and the other was Darren Randolph's late save from Max Gradel.

    West Ham have had one shot in that half and none on target.

    Max Gradel shoots
  51. 'Bilic has to earn his corn'

    Paul Mortimer

    Former Charlton player on BBC London 94.9

    Bournemouth did one thing well with their opening goal and it all changed. Things can only get better for West Ham. They are lacking in confidence, poor cohesion and making so many mistakes at the back. Darren Randolph kept them in the game with that save at the end. Slaven Bilic will have to earn his corn at half-time.


    A really awful half for West Ham, who got worse and worse. 

    But Bournemouth are halfway to their first ever victory in the top flight of English football.

    Bournemouth celebrate

    Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson flicks a ball on and then chases onto it himself, he's in the box and he could shoot for a hat-trick but instead he squares it to Max Gradel, whose shot is brilliantly kept out by a reaction Darren Randolph save.

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    More panic times for West Ham as Simon Francis, playing like an English Cafu, bombs forward for the Cherries and picks out Josh King, whose cross is bundled behind for a corner by Carl Jenkinson.

    Corner comes to nothing but moments later Matt Ritchie has a shot that rises over and wide.

    Matt Ritchie of Bournemouth

    Bournemouth midfielder Matt Ritchie has a shot from just outside the box but it's blocked.

    Four minutes of injury time.

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    West Ham coach Julian Dicks sitting on the bench not looking too happy. Imagine going into a dressing room with Dicks and Slaven Bilic after performing like this in the first half! Frightening.

    Slaven Bilic talks to his players
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    Cherries keeper Artur Boruc nervously deals with a ball into the box - he seems afraid to go in wholeheartedly - with Diafra Sakho trying to get a shot away but the Pole just about manages to get it out off play off the Hammers striker.

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    Callum Wilson
    Image caption: Callum Wilson touch map

    Callum Wilson has only touched the ball 13 times but is chasing a hat-trick.

  59. West Ham 0-2 Bournemouth

    SMS Message: Bilic has been a one-match wonder so far. West Ham haven't impressed since Arsenal. from James Cassell
    James Cassell
  60. Post update

    Max Gradel went down with an injury for Bournemouth but the Ivory Coast international is fine to play on.

    Meanwhile, West Ham have a corner on their first attack in a while. How they need a goal.

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    Slaven Bilic
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    If Slaven Bilic was willing to make such an early change, Aaron Cresswell was perhaps lucky there doesn't appear to be a senior left-back on the bench.

    Charlie Daniels drags a shot from distance wide as Bournemouth continue to dominate.


    West Ham bring off Angelo Ogbonna for James Tomkins in defence - some fans are booing that. The Italy international didn't look injured and he's not getting treatment on the bench.

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    This is Bournemouth's second goal. Note Aaron Cresswell playing in Callum Wilson.

    Bournemouth goal
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    Aaron Cresswell has another nightmare as Callum Wilson takes the ball off him but Darren Randolph stops his cross with his feet.

    Bournemouth aren't done yet though and Simon Francis crosses to Josh King who blazes over from six yards out.

    West Ham are awful at the moment. Bournemouth could seal this by half-time.

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    Callum Wilson has a chance for a hat-trick, the man is on top form at the moment. He plays a one-two, gets the ball out wide right and fires into the side-netting.

    There had been quite a bit of talk in the summer than he could have a really big season. They might just have been right.

  67. GOAL - West Ham 0-2 Bournemouth

    Callum Wilson

    It's a second for Callum Wilson. Aaron Cresswell, who was more at fault for the first goal than I'd initially realised, does even worse here.

    It's a horror moment for the Hammers left-back as he passes the ball back and it's intercepted by Wilson to fire home from eight yards out.

    Callum Wilson
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    West Ham defender Carl Jenkinson has to clear a cross by Matt Ritchie although he initially miscontrols it before getting it sort of clear.

    Ritchie has another pop at a cross but this one goes wide.

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    We are back under way now and Bournemouth are on the front foot.

    Bournemouth go forward
  71. Drinks anyone?

    A drinks break! They are having a drinks break! In England! Because of the heat! I've seen it all now.

  72. Post update

    West Ham have been pushing for an equaliser but they don't look like the exciting capable side who beat Arsenal 2-0 on the opening day.

    They look more like the side who lost 2-1 to Leicester last weekend.

  73. Post update

    Josh King is racing onto a long ball for Bournemouth but West Ham keeper Darren Randolph flies out of his goal and punts it about 70 yards into the corner like a rugby player aiming for touch.

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    Callum Wilson
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    Bournemouth captain Steve Cook miskicks as he attempts to punt a long ball forward out for a corner but just before Dimitri Payet can pounce, the Cherries man does get a foot to it.

    The corner ends up with Cheikhou Kouyate heading it over.

  76. West Ham 0-1 Bournemouth

    Steve Claridge

    Final Score

    "Great finish from Callum Wilson. Sometimes when you come up to the Premier League, it's about the players you keep as well as the ones you sign and in keeping Callum Wilson, for me that could be the difference between going down and staying up."  

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    This season we can show you how goals were scored using Opta graphics. Bournemouth's opener was pretty straightforward really. Wing play, cross, goal.

    Bournemouth goal
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    West Ham's summer signing Dimitri Payet - a fantastic talent - slides a brilliant ball through to Cheikhou Kouyate but keeper Artur Boruc comes flying off his line to smother it.

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    Paul Mortimer

    Former Charlton player on BBC London 94.9

    All West Ham have to do is clear their heads of disappointment and self-doubt and to get back playing. They all have a job to do.

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    That's the 13th goal Darren Randolph has conceded to Bournemouth in the past year, although he could have done little about that.

  81. GOAL - West Ham 0-1 Bournemouth

    Callum Wilson

    Callum Wilson celebrates

     Bournemouth's first ever top-flight goal.  

    Full-back Simon Francis charges down the right, shrugs off Aaron Cresswell perhaps a bit too easily, and crosses to Callum Wilson, who fires home first time with power.

  82. Post update

    Paul Mortimer

    Former Charlton player on BBC London 94.9

    Slaven Bilic tested West Ham midfielder Reece Oxford to see if he was ready and he is. But it's important not to push him too much.

    Slaven Bilic and Reece Oxford

    West Ham defender Winston Reid heads home the corner but he'd shoved Tommy Elphick to do it and it's disallowed.

  84. Post update

    A corner to West Ham as the Hammers break, with Dimitri Payet influential in it, and Bournemouth just about clear with Kevin Nolan ready to shoot.

  85. Post update

    Former Republic of Ireland and Leeds free-kick legend Ian Harte wishing the best to the team who released him in the summer.

  86. Post update

    Bournemouth keeper Artur Boruc gets his first touch as he holds onto a cross aimed at Kevin Nolan.

    West Ham break and they have a corner.

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    Bournemouth start the half attacking but it comes to nothing. About half of this pitch is really shady, I hope not to much happens there or else I'll strain my eyes.

  88. KICK-OFF

    As we get under way at Upton Park, a reminder of the line-ups.

    West Ham team
    Bournemouth team
  89. Post update

    It's hot by all accounts in east London. Not so much in this office in the north of England I'm sat in.

  90. Post update

    Handshakes time at Upton Park. Hammers fans sing a song about bubbles as they like to do.

    Almost time to go.

  91. 'Not you again'

    West Ham keeper Darren Randolph

    Republic of Ireland keeper Darren Randolph makes his Premier League debut for West Ham today. Suspended first-choice Adrian misses his first league match since New Year's Day 2014, ending a run of 58 consecutive appearances.

  92. Bournemouth 'mixing it up'

    West Ham fans
    Quote Message: Bournemouth are not just passing in a tiki-taka way and they are not just lumping it up, they are mixing it up. I watched both of their games and of course you could say that they deserved something from each of them. from Slaven Bilic West Ham manager
    Slaven BilicWest Ham manager
  93. 'Changing room of winners'

    Quote Message: Of course it's important that we start getting results on the board. Our changing room is full of winners - we didn't win the league last year by not having a winning attitude. So of course there is a frustration, but even stronger is a willingness to put it right. from Eddie Howe Bournemouth manager
    Eddie HoweBournemouth manager
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    BBC London 94.9

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  95. Bournemouth putting faith in English players

    Bournemouth stat
    Image caption: It could be more today if they bring on Tyrone Mings
  96. Cherries 'must be more ruthless'

    Simon Brotherton

    MOTD commentator at Upton Park

    Bournemouth will hope to get on the board at the third time of asking after two narrow defeats in which they've played well and looked comfortable but ended up empty handed. 

    They won't get as many chances this season in the Premier League as they had last year in the Championship so must be more ruthless when they do arrive. 

    Slaven Bilic will look for a more assertive showing from West Ham after upsetting Arsenal only to then fail to cope with Leicester last week when the onus was more on them as the home team. 

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    Mark Lawrenson

    Football Analyst

    Mark Lawrenson prediction
    Image caption: Actor/comedian Jack Whitehall says: "I am backing Bournemouth to get their first point of the season with a plucky 1-1"

    I hope Bournemouth do not also emulate Burnley's habit of playing well but being beaten and then getting a little pat on the back afterwards before being sent on their way. They do not want that.

    I liked the way they played against Liverpool they did not carry much of a goal threat from open play and, as badly as they need to get a positive result at Upton Park, I cannot see it happening.

    It will not be straightforward for West Ham, though.

  99. Team news

    West Ham start with Darren Randolph in goal following Adrian's suspension. Their other change sees Kevin Nolan come in for 16-year-old Reece Oxford, who has picked up a knock.

    Bournemouth's starting line-up are unchanged from the side who lost 1-0 to Liverpool, although Yann Kermorgant is added to the bench. £8m summer signing Tyrone Mings remains a substitute.

    West Ham:  Randolph, Jenkinson, Reid, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Obiang, Noble, Kouyate, Nolan, Payet, Sakho. Subs: Spiegel, Tomkins, Jarvis, Collins, Maiga, Lanzini, Cullen.

    Bournemouth:  Boruc, Francis, Cook, Elphick, Surman, Gradel, Daniels, Wilson, King, Ritchie, O'Kane. Subs: Federici, Gosling, Pugh, Mings, Smith, Kermorgant, Distin

  100. West Ham v Bournemouth (15:00 BST)

    Eddie Howe

    Bournemouth came into the season on the back of a 13-match unbeaten run that took them to the Championship title.

    But they're in the big time now and life isn't as easy. They didn't play badly against Aston Villa or Liverpool but lost both matches 1-0. 

    How will they get on against Jekyll-and-Hyde West Ham? Fantastic against Arsenal on the opening day, not so good against Leicester.

    Let's find out.