Crystal Palace speedster Zaha hits back at critics

Crystal Palace speedster Zaha hits back at critics

Record signing Jose Izquierdo scored the fifth goal of an action-packed first half in the 34th and Brighton had the better of the second half without finding the equalizer.

The Eagles' attempts to steer clear of danger have been hampered by a paucity of attacking options, but their two key centre-forwards look to have recovered in time for Brighton and Hove Albion's visit on Saturday.

"We must not allow our hearts to rule our heads to the extent that we make mistakes tactically or by showing too much emotion which maybe leads to a player getting booked or sent off which can happen in these derby games".

It is, though, hard to see tomorrow passing off so quietly.

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This season, those numbers were 17.6 and 9.3. "I think that's in the back of the mind", Love said. "I know what's at stake". Oladipo led the Pacers' charge, posting 16 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals before halftime.

Fourth bottom Palace now boast a precarious three-point advantage from the relegation places, but have played a game more than Southampton, who are directly below them. We're going to be very anxious and there's no doubt that the anxiety will find its way from the crowd out onto the field and all I can hope for is that the players show their experience and stand up to it. Because the two players up front caused the Bournemouth defence all sorts of problems, ' said the ex-England boss. Considering they play one club in the top half of the table in their last five games, they'll have a great shot at staying if they can take care of business.

The Football Association cleared Zaha of diving against City, and also in incidents that saw two penalties awarded for fouls on him in a league game with Bournemouth in December. Zaha is now the league's most prolific penalty victor after he won his fourth penalty of the season against Liverpool last weekend. Chris Hughton's side have handled themselves well following last year's promotion and have held their own despite starting as one of the favourites for the drop.

The defeat leaves Mark Hughes without a point in his three league games in charge and the FA Cup semi-finalists are now five points from safety in 18th spot.

These clubs may be relatively recent rivals but this is a derby which really means something. The events use footballers past and present to help highlight issues about racism in social society.

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