13 jan. 2016 - Wayne Hennessey's howler allowed Joleon Lescott to score the winner as Aston Villa beat Crystal Palace 1-0 to record their first Premier League victory since the opening day of the season. Palace goalkeeper Hennessey made an awful mistake as he managed to let Lescott's header from a corner slip. Matthew Le Tissier gives his thoughts on Astob Villa's defeat to Crystal Palace. Aston Villa boss Remi Garde says his players showed "pride" to beat Crystal Palace - their first league win since the opening day of the season.
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Villa 1 - 0 Crystal Palace post-match reaction Good play from the Villa duo. S Dann 71 , B Sako 87. Log in when Palace score, drink, repeat. The home team's disappointment was short lived, though, as Dann rose powerfully at the back post to power Jason Puncheon's left-wing corner into the back of the net to hand Palace a deserved lead. What a victory for Remi Garde, and well deserved. No goals, and not many surprises, to be honest. Nothing happening for Villa. Aston Villa 0-0 Crystal Palace 8. One for the dubious goals panel! The sad thing is, this is progress. Zaha gallops after one through the middle, but Bacuna is alert to welly it clear. Remi Garde praised his Villa players' attitude after they narrowly beat Palace. Bakary Sako's Double Double Regal Poker - Try Playing Online for Free strike sinks Villa Last Updated: Lescott, Okore and Bacuna covered everything, Westwood, Veretout and Gana ran their hearts out, and Kozak did really well in difficult circumstances. Clark on for Gil. But I look at everything.
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Two and a half minutes! And a change for Palace: Cabaye is licking his lips, metaphorically. Aston Villa 0-0 Crystal Palace No goals, and not many surprises, to be honest. How many added minutes? Palace defender Scott Dann had headed his side in front after 71 minutes, only for the visitors to draw level when Pape Souare turned in debutant Adama Traore's cross six minutes later. Palace free kick, but Villa do enough to shuttle it clear. After they scored the goal, their defensive effort was excellent: Zaha gives Lescott the slip, and for a minute it looked like he was in, but his touch let him down. Lescott top celebrates after winning the match against Palace. Panic in the Villa defence as Wickham went round the outside, but Okore does well to mop up the danger. Zaha gallops after one through the middle, but Bacuna is alert to welly it clear. That day, Villa were beaten 1-0 at home by Palace. Better delivery required for the hosts. Palace change, and Marouane Chamakh is on for Sako. The home team's disappointment was short lived, though, as Dann rose powerfully at the back post to power Jason Puncheon's left-wing corner into the back of the net to hand Palace a deserved lead. Bakary Sako's debut strike sinks Villa Last Updated: Chamakh goes clear on the right, but Lescott is across to clear the danger.