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Gallery: Moore leads stunning Cherries fightback

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Kieffer Moore's sensational second-half substitute appearance led the Cherries to an unforgettable three-goal comeback at Swansea City on Tuesday. 

Two goals by Swansea frontman Joel Piroe in the first 12 minutes put the home side in the driving seat. 

The Cherries had chances but were punished on the counter attack as they searched for a way back into the game as Cyrus Christie slammed home from a tight angle. 


However, the introduction of Moore, his first appearance since breaking his foot on his debut in February, was immense. 

With just 18 minutes to go, the 29-year-old got off the mark for the Cherries as he headed home from Jaidon Anthony's corner.

Dominic Solanke kept his cool from the penalty spot as he scored his 28th league goal of the season to narrow the scorelines further. 

Finally, Moore was alert to finish from close range after Solanke's header was well saved to earn a valuable point for Scott Parker's side. 

Click through the images to check out the best from a memorable evening.

 

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