(REUTERS) - Huddersfield Town snapped a five-match losing sequence to beat Bournemouth 4-1 and move out of the English Premier League's relegation zone on Sunday (Feb 11).
Goals by Beninese striker Steve Mounie either side of half-time put Huddersfield into a deserved two-goal lead, after Bournemouth's Junior Stanislas had cancelled out Alex Pritchard's early strike for the hosts with a precise finish.
Mounie headed in Aaron Mooy's free kick in the 27th minute to put the hosts back in front and he struck again in the 66th minute with a superb finish after more good work by Mooy.
Rajiv van la Parra tucked away a stoppage-time penalty earned by Pritchard to complete a satisfying afternoon for David Wagner's side.
But victory did come at a cost for Huddersfield, with Australian midfielder Mooy leaving the pitch on a stretcher in the second half after a clash of knees.
Huddersfield are away to bottom side West Bromwich Albion next, while Bournemouth host Newcastle.