Sunderland ended their winless start to the Premier League season with a dramatic 2-1 win at Bournemouth despite having a man sent off.With David Moyes serving a one-game touchline ban, Sunderland fell behind to Dan Goslings goal but Victor Anichebe levelled things up, scoring his first league goal for 546 days. Football Score Centre app Sky Sports customers can watch Premier League goals and highlights every weekend at no extra cost. Things looked bleak for under-pressure Moyes with 30 minutes remaining when Steven Pienaar was shown a second yellow card but Jermain Defoe scored from the penalty spot on 74 minutes. Bournemouth threw everything at the visitors in the closing stages, but goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and his back four stood strong to give the North East club a huge victory. Jermain Defoe (left) scored Sunderlands winning goal from the penalty spot The win moves Sunderland level on five points with Swansea, but they remain bottom on goal difference. Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher labelled Lamine Kones performance in the 4-1 defeat against Arsenal not acceptable, but he was not one of three changes made by Moyes, who was watching this game from the stands after accepting a misconduct charge. David Moyes (left) was serving a touchline ban Papy Djilobodji, Paddy McNair and Anichebe replaced John OShea, Jack Rodwell and Whabi Khazri while Eddie Howe was without Andrew Surman and Callum Wilson, who were both missing with minor knocks.Gosling had a chance to impress in Surmans absence and struck to give his team the lead on 11 minutes. Junior Stanislas takes on Paddy McNair Patrick van Aanholt went to sleep and Adam Smith took full advantage of the space. He sprinted down the right flank before sending a ball into the area, which was turned in from close range by the former Everton man. Dan Gosling (right) scored Bournemouths first Bournemouth were carving Sunderland open every time they went forward and Pickford had to be alert to block a Josh King effort after Van Aanholt had switched off again.However, the visitors carried a threat of their own and levelled the match on 33 minutes.Anichebe, on his first start in the Premier League for Sunderland, showed great strength to hold off Simon Francis in the box and he kept his composure to smash home from an acute angle. David Moyes praised the spirit of his Sunderland team as they came back from a goal down With the game in the balance, Pienaar lost his head.Already on a booking for a foul on Jack Wilshere, the Sunderland man made a rash, dangerous tackle on Junior Stanislas right in front of referee Mike Dean, who was left with no option but to send off Pienaar.From then on, it was backs against the wall for Sunderland as Howes men pinned the visitors back. It seemed only a matter of time before they would regain the lead, but Wilshere missed from close range on 66 minutes after a neat one-two with Stanislas. Eddie Howe was left frustrated after Bournemouth lost to Sunderland However, with Moyes probably fearing for his job, the 10-men scored an unlikely winner.The all-action Anichebe burst into the box and Smith hauled him down just as he was about to shoot. Steven Pienaar (third from right) is shown a red card by Mike Dean Defoe stepped up and, despite the pressurised situation, he kept his cool to fire powerfully into the net.Sunderland then defended their box with a determination that had been missing in the opening 10 matches.Bournemouth created plenty of openings, but the ball seemed to break Sunderlands way in crucial situations. Victor Anichebe (left) scored Sunderlands first goal When a chance did fall for the hosts, Pickford was there to clear up.With two minutes left, Stanislas hammered a shot from 15 yards that was heading for the top corner until Pickford diverted the effort wide of the post with a spectacular one-handed save. Paul Merson looks back on the 2-1 victory for Sunderland at Bournemouth, the Black Cats first win of the season Player RatingsBournemouth: Boruc (6), Smith (5), Francis (6), Cook (6), Daniels (6), Gosling (6), Arter (6), Wilshere (5), Ibe (6), King (6), Stanislas (6)Subs: Afobe (6), Fraser (6)Sunderland: Pickford (8), Jones (7), van Aanholt (5), Djilobodji (6), Kone (7), Pienaar (4), McNair (6), Ndong (6), Watmore (7), Anichebe (9), Defoe (7)Subs: Denayer (7), Gooch (6), Love (6)Man of the match: Victor Anichebe Cheap Atlanta Hawks Jerseys China . Ancelotti says Ronaldo has recovered from a hamstring injury but "but he doesnt feel comfortable yet so we wont risk him." 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