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Eagles stun Reds again

November 23 2014

Joe Ledley (Photo: Andy Roberts)

Joe Ledley (Photo: Andy Roberts)

Crystal Palace ended their winless streak with a 3-1 home triumph against Liverpool.

They fought back from going a goal down to claim their third victory of the season and move out of the relegation zone.

Neil Warnock's side conceded after just 90 seconds when Ricky Lambert collected Adam Lallana's pass and the striker turned Martin Kelly before slotting past Julian Speroni.

Sixteen minutes later Dwight Gayle, who scored two goals against the Reds last season in the famous comeback which damaged their title hopes, levelled matters.

The impressive Yannick Bolasie fired in a fierce shot that struck the post and Gayle reacted quickly to score.

Palace took the lead on 78 minutes as Bolasie evaded two Reds defenders on the right wing and squared to Joe Ledley who placed the ball into the net.

And skipper Mile Jedinak made it 3-1 to round off a deserved victory in the 81st minute with a brilliant right-footed free-kick that flew into the top corner.

Palace: Speroni, Kelly, Dann, Delaney (Hangeland 36), Ward, Jedinak, Ledley, Puncheon (McArthur 75), Chamakh, Bolasie (Bannan 84), Gayle,

Not used: Hennessey, Bannan, Johnson, Zaha, Campbell

Liverpool: Mignolet, Manquillo, Skrtel, Lovren, Johnson, Lallana (Borini 70), Gerrard, Allen (Can 72),Coutinho, Sterling, Lambert.

Not used: Jones, Toure, Moreno, Leiva, Markovic

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