BOSS Scott Parker described as “unplayable”

Cherries super-sub Kieffer Moore at Swansea and added: “He's had practically two days of training.”

The towering Wales forward came off the bench after 62 minutes at stadium, with his side 3-0 down and staring down the barrel of a devastating defeat.

Moore grabbed two goals, including a dramatic late equaliser to earn his side a 3-3 draw.

January deadline day signing Moore had not played for Cherries since breaking his foot against Birmingham on his debut at the start of February.

Asked about the striker’s heroics, Parker told the Daily Echo: “I'm delighted for Kieffer.

“I brought him in in January and after five minutes of bringing him on, he breaks his foot.

“We brought him in to help us and tonight, nothing but full praise for him.

“He's had practically two days of training if that. He's been out for 10 weeks nearly.

“I didn't want to bring him on as early as we brought him on. I thought 10, 15 minutes if we needed him.

“But in terms of the state of the game and where we were, I felt we needed him to come on and try and make the difference and my God he did that.

“He was unplayable when he came on.”