Jordan Ayew’s goal drought continued as Crystal Palace came from two goals down to draw 2-2 at the Selhurst Park against Leicester City in match week seven of the English Premier League on Sunday.
Patrick Vieira’s men went down by two quick goals in a space of six minutes of the first half much to the chagrin of the home spectators.
Nigeria international, Kelechi Iheanacho drew Leicester City’s first blood in the 31st minute with England striker, Jamie Vardy increasing the tally to two with an assist from Harvey Barnes on the 37th minute. The visitors held on to the 2-0 lead moving into the break.
Back from recess, Crystal Palace produced a spectacular come back despite Jordan Ayew failing to score in seven starts under manager, Patrick Vieira.
Crystal Palace pulled a goal back on the 61st minute from Michael Olise who replaced Jordan Ayew on the 53rd minute.
Ghana international, Jeffrey Schlupp who has grappled with incessant injuries replaced Connor Gallagher on the 71st minute.
His substitution paid off when he headed home the equalizer and his first goal of the season just a minute after joining the fray against his former club.
He has made four appearances this season due to battle with injuries for the Eagles this season.
Crystal Palace are 14th on the league table with 7 points from seven games.
Jordan Ayew’s goal scoring woes will continue as he has now gone 37 games without scoring a goal for Crystal Palace.