The Eagles fell behind after just five minutes before scoring three unanswered goals to secure a thoroughly convincing 3-1 victory at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Ollie Watkins put the visitors ahead early on, but the lead lasted just two minutes before Wilfried Zaha pulled Palace level. 

Zaha made it 2-1 when he put home the rebound of his own penalty kick (saved by Emiliano Martinez) just 

before the hour mark and Jean-Philippe Mateta added the all-important insurance goal in the 71st.

Eze, Edouard fitting in with Zaha For far too long, the entirety of Crystal Palace’s attacking gameplan consisted of “get Wilfried the ball and just get out of his way” and very little else.