Bournemouth 3-2 West Ham United
A hat-trick from Joshua King, including a decisive 90th minute finish, saw Bournemouth defeat West Ham United at the Vitality Stadium.
After missing a penalty early on, the forward didn’t let it effect him and bagged three goals.
Amazingly, this is the Cherries’ first win this calendar year.
West Ham took the lead through Michail Antonio moments after King missed his penalty.
Andre Ayew equalised in the 83rd minute after King’s first two goals came either side of half time.
The Hammers’ may have felt they’d done enough for a point until King pounced on a rebound to grab all three points for Bournemouth.
Hull City 2-1 Swansea City
Marco Silva’s revival of the Humberside club continues with a win over fellow strugglers Swansea.
A double from Everton outcast Oumar Niasse, who came on as a substitute after the hour mark, was enough to get the win for the Tigers.
It’s amazing to think Niasse wasn’t deemed worthy of a squad number at Everton, yet has been vital to Hull’s rebirth.
Paul Clement has helped Swansea improve their form, but injuries to Angel Rangel and Fernando Llorente could prove to be mammoth in their battle to beat the drop.
Everton 3-0 West Bromwich Albion
A first goal for Morgan Schneiderlin in an Everton goal was one of three in the Blues’ demolition of West Brom.
Tony Pulis’ side have already reached 40-point mark which virtually guarantees safety from relegation, and it showed.
Everton were the better side, with Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku in fine form.
Lukaku grabbed his 19th league goal of the season, with Kevin Mirallas being the other scorer at Goodison Park.
Coming up tomorrow, Liverpool host Burnley at 4pm.