WILFRIED ZAHA continued his blistering start to the season as Crystal Palace claimed a 2-1 win over basement boys Fulham.
The Ivorian was instrumental in both goals for the Eagles – teeing up Jairo Riedewald for the opener before slotting home himself.
Wilfried Zaha starred for Crystal Palace again in their 2-1 win over Fulham[/caption]
Riedewald opened the scoring to send the Eagles up to fifth[/caption]
The full-back tucked home after latching onto a ball from Zaha[/caption]
The Ivorian ended up in the net himself after sliding home a second[/caption]
Tom Cairney managed a late consolation for the hosts but Palace held on for another impressive win.
Aboubakar Kamara compounded the misery on Scott Parker by seeing red minutes earlier for a challenge on Eberechi Eze.
The Fulham substitute had initially been given a yellow but received his marching orders following a VAR review.
The Cottagers remain bottom following their fifth defeat in their opening six games while Palace climb to fifth – level on points with Leeds and Liverpool.
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