After beating Liverpool 3-1 at Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock highlighted his side’s performance as one of a unified team, reports Sky
“That was a Neil Warnock performance today, I thought. I was really proud of them. Apparently they aren’t having me are they, some of them? But if that’s a team that isn’t having me, I don’t know what to do. I thought they were fantastic today and couldn’t have given me another ounce of effort. We played some good stuff as well,” said Warnock.
Crystal Palace produced a perfect counter-attacking performance against Liverpool this afternoon, with the likes of Dwight Gayle, Mile Jedinak and Yannick Bolasie being pivotal to them scoring on the break. The Eagles’ backline was resilient, and overcame conceding an early goal to shut out Brendan Rodgers’ side after that.
The win sees them two points ahead of the drop zone, while Liverpool are closer to relegation than a Champions League place.
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