Crystal Palace vs Arsenal

Posted December 29, 2017

Roy Hodgson has changed the team's fortunes since his arrival and Palace fans will be hoping that they can continue with their recent performances to ensure they stay in the Premier League next season.

Alexis Sanchez stole the show with a pair of excellent quickfire goals as Arsenal beat Crystal Palace 3-2 at Selhurst Park in Arsene Wenger's record-equalling 810th Premier League match in charge of the club. Crystal Palace had been undefeated in its last eight games and, though it next hosts Manchester City, it again demonstrates it can survive by often resisting Arsenal and going level.

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The Gunners remained sixth but stayed one point behind fourth-placed Liverpool.

The home side went behind to a Shkodran Mustafi goal, which the defender took brilliantly to put past Julian Speroni, however, the Selhurst Park outfit fought back in the second half.

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Jack Wilshere, Sanchez and Granit Xhaka had efforts blocked by Palace's robust defending, but their resistance was ended just after the midway point in the opening period.

Granit Xhaka had already gone close when, in the 25th minute, as Palace struggled to clear their lines, Alexandre Lacazette's shot forced Julian Speroni into a save that only reached the unmarked Mustafi, who tapped-in easily. Gifted space on the left wing four minutes into the second half, Wilfried Zaha used his footwork to cross towards Townsend, who under little pressure finished first-time into the bottom left corner beyond the diving Petr Cech. Olivier Giroud misses out with a hamstring injury.

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