Crystal Palace 1 – 0 West Ham

Updated: December 3, 2013

Pulis feels Palace pride, Allardyce feels the hard iron hammer.

Tony Pulis’s first home game in charge at Selhurst Park ended in a 1-0 victory over Sam Allardyce’s West Ham, who despite having 62% possession ran out of luck and ran out of chances.

The first half was dominated by West Ham who created several good chances. A cleverly worked free kick from Mark Noble sent Kevin Nolan one-on-one with the keeper whose shot went straight into speroni’s hands, a nice long ball from Razvan Rat allowed Carlton Cole to run at the defence who attempted to cross to Stewart Downing at the far post who lost his feet and another free kick allowed a good headed

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chance from Mohammed Diame to sail harmlessly over the bar. Surprisingly it was palace who went into the lead after a cross from Barry Bannan was latched onto by the unmarked Marouanne Chamakh who only needed to guide it on its way into the back of the net past the despairing defenders.

West ham just simply didn’t have that killer instinct that was needed to level the game. Although Stewart Downing did score well into the second half, drilling it past Speroni after receiving it in the box from a free kick but it was disallowed for seemingly no reason. Palace in the end were unlucky not to make it two after a good save from Jussi Jaaskelainen denied Cameron Jerome in a one-on-one and Jimmy Kebe blasted over the bar with an empty net, but the scoreline remained 1-0.

This is only palaces 3rd win of the season, but Tony Pulis’s already seems to have made his mark. West ham however are looking helpless without Andy Carroll’s presence. They sit 15th on 13 points and seem to be almost constantly looking down below them. A good result against struggling Sunderland is definitely needed this weekend.

Man of the match: Marouanne Chamakh


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