Publicado: Jue, Diciembre 05, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Crystal Palace 1-0 Bournemouth: Super-sub Schlupp proves the difference

Crystal Palace 1-0 Bournemouth: Super-sub Schlupp proves the difference

The win sends Palace fifth on the Premier League table, which leaves Schlupp and his teammates motivated to go for more wins as the season progresses.

Jeffrey Schlupp's strike 14 minutes from time helped Crystal Palace's 10 men earn a 1-0 win over Bournemouth and temporarily move up to fifth in the Premier League.

Probabilities have been at a premium for a lot of the Selhurst Park encounter, however it was a second of magic from Jeffrey Schlupp within the 76th minute - firing residence after a lovely solo run from midfield - that secured a second successive Premier League victory for the hosts.

Substitute Jeffrey Schlupp delivered the victor in the 76th minute to punish a lacklustre Bournemouth side who played with a one-man advantage from the 19th minute when Palace defender Mamadou Sakho was red-carded.

The only talking point was Sakho's out-of-control attempted clearance that left Bournemouth's Adam Smith in a heap near the touchline.

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It appeared as though the first Premier League match to be broadcast on Amazon Prime would end goalless, but instead the hosts snatched victory when Schlupp, on as a first-half substitute for the injured Patrick van Aanholt, weaved his way through the Bournemouth defence before tucking home a low shot.

"It looked like we were doomed but the players showed they didn't think they were doomed with the character they showed".

Bournemouth, who have now lost four consecutive games, failed to capitalise on their extra man though and Palace keeper Vicente Guaita was hardly troubled.

Howe had seen enough and introduced Ryan Fraser for Danjuma with 26 minutes left while Simon Francis also entered the fray for Diego Rico.

If anything they could have won by a bigger margin as James McArthur's dipping shot was turned away by Ramsdale soon after.

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