Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace

Wilfried Zaha 76'

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West Ham United
West Ham United

27' Mark Noble

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15
30
45
60
75
90
CRY
V
WES
Yellow (35')
Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Yellow (43')
Luka Milivojevic
Yellow (46')
James McArthur
Substitution (60')
Sub-on: Christian Benteke
Sub-off: Michy Batshuayi
Goal (76')
Scorer: Wilfried Zaha
Substitution (79')
Sub-on: James McArthur
Sub-off: Max Meyer
Penalty (27')
Mark Noble
Substitution (68')
Sub-on: Javier Hernández Balcázar
Sub-off: Marko Arnautovic
Substitution (73')
Sub-on: Michail Antonio
Sub-off: Pedro Obiang
Substitution (84')
Sub-on: Ryan Fredericks
Sub-off: Pablo Zabaleta
Possession
57.2 %
42.8 %
Shots (On Target)
5
4
Shots (Off Target)
20
2
Corners
10
4
Crosses
29
18
Clearances
19
34
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Crystal Palace
Possession
42.8%
57.2%
Shots (On Target)
4
5
Shots (Off Target)
2
20
Corners
4
10
Crosses
18
29
Clearances
34
19
Yellow Cards
0
3
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace
4-3-3
31
3
29
34
12
4
15
18
17
10
11
2
23
14
13
6
7
26
Man. Roy Hodgson
31 Vicente Guaita
3 Patrick van Aanholt
29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka
34 Martin Kelly
12 Mamadou Sakho
4 Luka Milivojevic
15 Jeffrey Schlupp
18 James McArthur
17 Christian Benteke
10 Andros Townsend
11 Wilfried Zaha
Substitutions
2 Joel Ward
23 Michy Batshuayi
14 Jordan Ayew
13 Wayne Hennessey
6 Scott Dann
7 Max Meyer
26 Bakary Sako
Possession %
57
43
Duels Won
48
52
Aerial Duels Won
11
14
Interceptions
12
12
Offsides
4
1
Corners
10
4
West Ham United
4-1-4-1
1
23
3
21
24
41
8
16
11
17
30
45
14
7
26
9
5
13
Manuel Pellegrini Man.
Lukasz Fabianski 1
Issa Diop 23
Aaron Cresswell 3
Angelo Ogbonna 21
Ryan Fredericks 24
Declan Rice 41
Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes 8
Mark Noble 16
Robert Snodgrass 11
Javier Hernández Balcázar 17
Michail Antonio 30
Substitutions
Grady Diangana 45
Pedro Obiang 14
Marko Arnautovic 7
Arthur Masuaku 26
Andy Carroll 9
Pablo Zabaleta 5
Adrián San Miguel del Castillo 13
Player Comparison

Ryan Fredericks shepherds Wilfried Zaha

Crystal Palace 1-1 West Ham United
Premier League

West Ham United were pegged back by Wilfried Zaha's second half goal as they shared the points with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

The visitors deservedly led at the break through Mark Noble's 27th minute penalty, but Palace came out strongly after the interval and did more than enough to earn their leveller.

James McArthur and Michy Batshuayi both passed up one-on-one opportunities before Zaha's deflected effort 14 minutes from time ensured the final score would be 1-1.

Manuel Pellegrini named an unchanged side from the eleven which secured an excellent draw against Liverpool on Monday, and they set about attacking with the same verve on the break that they showed that night.

With 14 minutes on the clock, Ryan Fredericks had West Ham’s first sight of goal when he continued his run to collect Michail Antonio’s mis-hit shot, but he couldn’t get enough shape on his left-footed effort and home keeper Vicente Guaita saved.

Sixty seconds later Guaita was called into action again, blocking by his near post after Felipe Anderson’s neat through ball presented Robert Snodgrass with an opening.

At the other end, Lukasz Fabianksi was on top form to deny McArthur after he found space inside the box, but back came West Ham and they took the lead from the spot on 27 minutes.

Guaita was Palace’s guilty party, clattering into Antonio after he ran onto Declan Rice’s cleverly chipped pass into the box and Noble did the rest from 12 yards.

Fabiankski prevented Benteke from giving Palace a quick response with another low save and West Ham were worthy of their half-time advantage.

The visitors were grateful for a huge let-off eight minutes after the restart, though, when McArthur beat the offside line to receive a pass from Patrick van Aanholt, turn and bear down on Fabianski. He had all the time in the world to pick his spot, but somehow fired wide of the near post.

Palace introduced Batshuayi from the bench as they looked to up the pressure further and the Belgian passed up a great opportunity to level midway through the half, but like McArthur, he shot wide of the left-hand post with only Fabianski to beat.

The hosts were looking the more likely and they were rewarded with a slice of fortune 14 minutes from time as Zaha advanced into the box, exchanged passes with McArthur and saw his low cross deflect off Issa Diop and fly past a helpless Fabianski.

Fabianski had one more stop to make, diving low to his left to repel a Zaha effort, and the Hammers held out for a point.

Crystal Palace: Guaita, Wan-Bissaka, Kelly, Sakho, van Aanholt, Milivojevic (c), McArthur (Meyer 79(, Schlupp, Townsend, Zaha, Benteke (Batshuayi 61)
Subs: Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Sako, Ayew

Goal: Zaha 76

Booked: Wan-Bissaka, Milivojevic, McArthur

West Ham United: Fabianski, Fredericks (Zabaleta 84), Ogbonna, Diop, Cresswell, Rice, Noble (c), Snodgrass, Antonio (Obiang 73), Felipe Anderson, Chicharito (Arnautovic 68)
Subs: Adrian, Masuaku, Diangana, Carroll

Goal: Noble pen 27

Referee: Craig Pawson