Crystal Palace 1-0 Bournemouth: Super-sub Jeffrey Schlupp proves the difference

Jordan Ayew

And the Eagles got the only goal of the game, with Jeffrey Schlupp taking the lead from left-back to drive the Eagles to his second goal in as many games.

Good evening and welcome to Selhurst Park, where Crystal Palace beat Bournemouth 1-0 to move up to fifth in the Premier League.

Substitute Schlupp grabbed the all-important victor in the 76th minute to send Palace to fifth in the standings on 21 points.

Howe took responsibility for the loss, which came despite Palace playing 70-plus minutes with 10 men after a red card was given to Mamadou Sakho for a wild slide tackle.

The Eagles, already without Gary Cahill, Scott Dann and Joel Ward in defence, then suffered another blow when Patrick van Aanholt hobbled off nine minutes later with a hamstring injury.

"I'm really happy getting another [goal] and it's extra special for the team to get back-to-back wins in the Prem".

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Bournemouth have now lost four consecutive games and sit 12th in the standings on 16 points.

Howe had seen enough and introduced Ryan Fraser for Danjuma with 26 minutes left while Simon Francis also entered the fray for Diego Rico.

On a chilly night Palace's fans at least kept up a noisy chorus to add some atmosphere and they were rewarded when Schlupp advanced unopposed down the left and fired a powerful left-foot shot through keeper Aaron Ramsdale.

Amazon have paid £90 million (RM488.6 million) to show 20 Premier League games for three seasons - the first time a streaming service has broadcast English top-flight football.

If anything they could have won by a bigger margin as James McArthur's dipping shot was turned away by Ramsdale soon after.

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