Huddersfield 0 – Crystal Palace 1
Roy Hogdson’s Crystal Palace picked up a huge three points on Saturday at Huddersfield.
The Eagles climbed up to 11th in the table with the away win.
Wilfried Zaha was once again the hero for Palace. Returning after injury, Zaha scored an individual stunner against Huddersfield.
While Zaha will no doubt get much of the plaudits, it’s also worth noting that James Tomkins returned at centre-half too.
When Tomkins and Mamadou Sakho start together, Palace usually prove hard to score against.
Wilfried Zaha rips into ‘every referee’
Zaha, who recently signed a new long term deal with Palace, has three goals in four league games this season.
But Zaha is also closing in on a suspension, having picked up three yellow cards as well.
The Ivory Coast international was booked away at Huddersfield on Saturday.
After the game, Zaha opened up about his thoughts on Premier League refereeing standards.
Opening himself up to a potential fine, Zaha slammed the league officials.
The Palace star recalled a terrible foul he suffered in the recent defeat at Watford. Zaha said he thinks opponents will only be sent off when they eventually break his legs.
Zaha complained that these poor decisions are happening “every week, every referee”.
"I feel like before anyone gets a red card I'd have to get my leg broken"
STRONG words from Wilfried Zaha! pic.twitter.com/YXlaaOwbXu
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) September 15, 2018
"He gets fouled so much! Of course, he's going to react at times and I don't blame him!"
— BT Sport Score (@btsportscore) September 15, 2018