Marcus Tavernier And Dominic Solanki Both were on target for Bournemouth.
Solanki made a stunning comeback in the 79th minute to lift Bournemouth out of the relegation zone and deal a blow to Fulham’s hopes of playing in Europe next season.
Andreas Pereira gave Fulham the lead in the 16th minute after a Harrison Reid layover, but the visitors failed to build on that early momentum.
Tavernier, thrown on as a halftime substitute by manager Gary O’Neill after a torrid opening 45 minutes for the home side, equalized with a left-footed curling shot from far away in the 50th minute following a corner.
Bournemouth struggled early on, with Solanki only registering his first shot on target in the 42nd minute, and O’Neill turned the dice at halftime, bringing on Ryan Christie as well as Tavernier.
The changes had an immediate effect, with Bournemouth carving out their equalizer after constant pressure, before Solanki secured the three points with his first home Premier League goal of the season.
The win lifted Bournemouth from second in the table to 15th on 27 points, while Fulham remained in ninth.
(with inputs from Reuters)