Ivory Coast international, Wilfried Zaha showed why he is an important player for Crystal Palace with a great display against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
Manager Patrick Vieria’s side had picked just two points from three games but rallied from those disappointments to beat 10-man Spurs 3-0 at the Selhurst Park.
Aside from Wilfried Zaha another good news was that, new signing, Odsonne Edouard introduced himself to the Crystal Palace supporters after coming off the bench to score twice as the Eagles thrashed league leaders Tottenham.
Substitute Edouard made an immediate impact after his summer arrival from Celtic with two well-taken second-half goals, after Wilfried Zaha opened the scoring from the penalty spot to seal the first victory of Patrick Vieira’s reign against Spurs, who were reduced to 10 men after Japhet Tanganga was dismissed for two bookings in quick succession.
Ghana international, Jordan Ayew was in full flight as he enjoyed 86 minutes before his place was taken by Michael Olise.
Senegal international, Cheikhou Kouyate played for 67 minutes and later made way for Luka Milivojevic.
Crystal Palace will now move into 11th with 5 points from four games.