Bournemouth enjoyed a 2-1 win over Stoke City on Saturday.
With 20 minutes left, Joshua King equalised, and on 79 minutes substitute Lys Mousset headed in Jordon Ibe's free-kick at the back post to secure all three points.
"We conceded early and Steve Cook went off injured so it wasn't easy. I thought Stoke played very well, they made it very difficult for us. But, we grew into game and in the second half I felt that we were much better.
"The size of Stoke's squad was big and we knew that set-plays would be difficult. [Xherdan] Shaqiri took his goal well and it was a difficult moment in the game for us.
"It was key that we didn't concede a second because we knew that we'd come strong at some point. At half-time, we changed things tactically because it was hard to go through centrally with Stoke playing a holding midfielder."