Ten-man Norwich City marked Alex Neil’s first game in charge with a stunning win at leaders Bournemouth.
The Cherries led when Matt Ritchie thumped in Marc Pugh’s cross.
Norwich’s equaliser was controversial, with Bournemouth adamant that Michael Turner had handballed Nathan Redmond’s corner before Gary Hooper prodded in.
The Canaries had Jonny Howson sent off for a late challenge on Yann Kermorgant, but Cameron Jerome curled in a superb winner from 20 yards.
Derby’s 1-0 win at Ipswich Town earlier in the day meant the Cherries remained top of the Championship on goal difference only.
But Canaries fans will be hoping that the arrival of 33-year-old Neil, who completed his move from Hamilton Academical to succeed Neil Adams at Carrow Road on Friday, can inspire their side to climb from seventh and be involved with the automatic promotion race.
Neil must have been impressed by how his side not only overcame a one-man disadvantage, but also the impact of losing two centre-halves to injury during a victory that ended the Cherries’ 14-game unbeaten run in the league.