- A goal scored in 89th minute or later in Bournemouth's last six Premier League games
- Palace two points above relegation zone after five defeats in last six
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Crystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic: "We had 200% chances at 1-0 but we dropped points. If we win the next game this point could be a big one.
"We deserved to win the game. We can take something from the performance and prepare for the next game.
"Wilfried [Zaha] is the main player for our team and I am very happy for him. Easily I would have given my goal for two points. It's nice on my birthday to score but I'd rather have the two points."
More from Eddie Howe speaking to Sky Sports: "Joshua [King] has a slight hamstring niggle at the moment.
"I didn't really want to bring him on but given the scoreline I felt we needed to and he did really well and made a difference.
"Lys [Mousset] is a fantastic player and also did well so I'm really pleased for them."Copyright: Getty Images
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe speaking to Match of the Day: "I thought we played pretty well today actually. It was a good performance but there were patches we weren't happy with.
"We created a lot of chances. They attacked us well and they have good players. Wilfried Zaha causes us problems.
"We keep going behind which is not something we want to do. Palace are a good team so I don't underestimate their qualities but we fought back to get a valuable point.
"You always look to the bench and I was really pleased to bring those players on. They made a big difference.
"We deserved that goal for our overall performances. Counter-attack wise they were a threat and we did well to stay in the game and grab one at the end.
"You can't tell what the points target will be so we just need to focus on our next game. The season isn't over yet, we still have work to do."
Here's how that late goal from Bournemouth has affected the league standings.
Eddie Howe's team drop out of the top 10 without victory but they are level on points with Newcastle.
Crystal Palace are where they started but they do move another point away from the relegation zone.Copyright: BBC Sport
Joshua King, who scored the late equaliser for Bournemouth: "We kept working hard as a team. Asmir [Begovic] made amazing saves and we managed to get a point.
"It's a team performance and you always want to make an impact and help your teammates. We [Lys Mousset and King] both came on and scored and managed to get a point.
"Like I said, Asmir made some great saves and Nathan [Ake] made a good recovery too but we never give up. It shows our character in the team but I think the boys would rather score the first goal then having to keep coming from behind."
Amar Subheader: Didn't I tell you earlier Bournemouth show up late late in the second half...
You did Amar, good shout. Though, that won't make Palace fans feel any better.
Ryan Fraser's effort is over and that's it. It ends 2-2 at the Vitality.
James Tomkins takes one for the team by receiving a yellow card and giving away a free-kick to breakdown a Bournemouth counter-attack.
A very, very good area to score from this.
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Roy Hodgson will be livid. Twice they have gone ahead and twice Bournemouth have got back into the game.
Think of how hard they have worked to get in front, scored two top quality goals but they have conceded two sloppy ones.Copyright: Getty Images
The Cherries want another. A ball is swung in from the left towards Lys Mousset but the goalscorer's volleying effort is blocked.
Palace then go up the other end but Asmir Begovic comes charging out to take the ball in.
That's a real blow for Palace - especially given the amount of chances they have missed in this second half - but I did send out a warning...
That's now the seventh game in a row that Bournemouth have seen an 89th minute goal or later scored in their match.
This time it's in their favour.
Wow! They have achieved the comeback! Steve Cook flicks the corner delivery on at the near post and substitute Joshua King is there to poke it in.
A few more minutes to find a winner.Copyright: Reuters
Brilliant defending from Mamadou Sakho as he slides across to cut out Nathan Ake's cross. Vital block.
Corner to Bournemouth.
James Tomkins gives the ball away in midfield and Bournemouth are able to counter-attack through Jermain Defoe. His cross isn't a great one though and it bounces out of danger before the hosts can recharge.
Patrick van Aanholt tries to poke it through to Yohan Cabaye in the box but he is called offside.
They nearly wormed their way through, Palace, but now need to get back and defend because Bournemouth are ready to pounce.
This would have been cruel on Bournemouth had it gone in but Andros Townsend's effort on the edge of the box takes a big deflection and almost catches Asmir Begovic out at his far post.
The keeper has to scramble across and palm it away desperately.
Ryan Fraser beats Mamadou Sakho on the right-hand side and drives into the box but Yohan Cabaye makes a terrific tackle to block his pull-back.
Amar Subhedar: Bournemouth are so predictable this season. Always showing up late in the second half.