Soccer Information of Sunday, 20 September 2020
Jeffrey Schlupp set a individual assist file as Crystal Palace cruised to a 3-1 victory more than Manchester United in Saturday’s Premier League face.
The 27-12 months-old laid an guide for Andros Townsend to open up the scoring at Outdated Trafford in the seventh minute.
The contribution suggests the Black Stars defender enjoys delivering helps towards Manchester United in the Premier League as Saturday’s assist took his tally to 4 in his past 6 appearances towards the Purple Devils.
Schlupp was in motion for 75 minutes right before he was replaced by Anglo-Nigerian Eberechi Eze who designed his next look in the English major-flight following his summer season shift from Queens Park Rangers.
Within just the final 15 minutes of the encounter, Ivory Coast’s Wilfried Zaha set a record as the 1st ex-Male Utd player to score a brace in opposition to the Crimson Devils in the Premier League.
Zaha doubled Crystal Palace’s guide in the 74th moment and sealed their emphatic victory in the 85th minute regardless of Donny van de Beek’s 80th-moment debut target for the Purple Devils.
Ghana striker Jordan Ayew was also in motion for Roy Hodgson’s aspect and was replaced by Michy Batshuayi in the 81st minute although Senegal’s Cheikhou Kouyate performed from start off to finish.
Previous Nigeria worldwide Odion Ighalo was launched 9 minutes from time but he could not enable Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s aspect from dropping their initial activity of the time.
Saturday’s consequence was Crystal Palace’s second straight acquire in the Premier League this season right after their 1- victory around Southampton last Saturday. They host Everton for their up coming league fixture on September 26.
Manchester United, on their section, will be looking to return to winning approaches when they travel to Luton Town for their Carabao Cup fixture on Tuesday ahead of an absent Leading League match versus Brighton and Hove Albion following week Saturday.
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