Oct 28, 2014 at 7.45pm UK at ​Dean Court
West BromWest Bromwich Albion
O'Kane (49'), Wilson (86')
O'Kane (15'), Harte (26')
FT(HT: 0-0)
Elphick (85' og.)
Dawson (8'), Mulumbu (38')

Result: Callum Wilson strikes late to down West Bromwich Albion

Bournemouth seal their progression to the fifth round of the Capital One Cup with a dramatic victory over West Brom at the Goldsands Stadium.

Callum Wilson netted an 86th-minute winner to help Bournemouth beat West Bromwich Albion 2-1 in a thrilling fourth-round League Cup tie at the Goldsands Stadium tonight.

The Baggies looked to have done enough to take the clash into extra-time after a Tommy Elphick own goal five minutes from time cancelled out Eunan O'Kane's earlier opener.

However, Wilson pounced moments later to wrestle the tie back in the Cherries' favour as the Championship club beat their Premier League counterparts in dramatic fashion.

Bournemouth player Callum Wilson scores the second goal during the Capital One Cup Fourth Round match against West Brom on October 28, 2014© Getty Images

Some two minutes elapsed before Eddie Howe's side threatened the upset, with Yann Kermorgant drilling a shot straight at Boaz Myhill.

West Brom brushed off that early scare and went close themselves through Liam O'Neil, who saw his back-post header drift narrowly wide of the mark.

Both teams had good chances to move ahead prior to the break, as Myhill thwarted Tokelo Rantie before West Brom record signing Brown Ideye failed to beat Lee Camp from a good position.

Bournemouth broke the deadlock on 49 minutes through O'Kane, who latched on to Junior Stanislas's pass to slot past Myhill early in the half.

The clash looked to be petering out as the visitors struggled to fashion the opportunities necessary to get back on level terms.

It was Georgios Samaras who helped restore parity, however, as the second-half substitute saw his shot deflect off the leg of Elphick five minutes from time, but Wilson struck moments later to send Bournemouth into the fifth round.

Bournemouth player Eunan O' Kane celebrates after opening the scoring during the Capital One Cup Fourth Round match against West Brom on October 28, 2014
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