The Farmer further in trouble after defeat to Palace at Burnley
Coach Frank de Boer has Sunday, with Crystal Palace the fourth defeat in a row suffered in the Premier League. The club from London went 1-0 down on a visit to Burnley.
The press this summer appointed The Farmer takes it further. His team succeeded in the first four Premier League matches not to score. In English media over the past week written that The Farmer is discharged from a defeat against Burnley.
With Timothy Fosu-Mensah in the base, and Jairo Riedewald and Patrick Bolted on the bank began Crystal Palace dramatically on the clash at Turf Moor. Chris Wood opened the score on behalf of Burnley all within three minutes. The attacker could to a soft back-pass from Chung-Yong Lee intercept and shot the ball easily behind Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
Defender Scott Dann was two minutes later close to the equalizer for Crystal Palace, but saw his shot from the line. Striker Christian Benteke headed home and then also just in front of, on behalf of the visitors.
The stronger Palace continued to insist, and also received a kopkans from a corner by James McArthur. When Burnley had goalkeeper Tom Heaton in the 36th minute to be replaced after a collision.
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In the second half remained Crystal Palace the preponderance but that led only in the zeventigstee minute to a big opportunity. Defender Jeffrey Schlupp was in the penalty box quite tricks, but shot high over. Eight minutes later, brought the sunken Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope salvation in a bet of Benteke, who is only on the goal of Burnley ended.
The biggest opportunity for Palace followed two minutes before time, when Dann was free to head it in after a cross from Yohan Cabaye. The weak header, however, went next, much to the chagrin of The Farmer who realized that the fourth defeat was a fact.
Crystal Palace now stands on the nineteenth and penultimate place in the Premier League. West Ham United took until now also still no point and is last.
The Farmer sees, despite the fourth defeat in a row, points of light in the Palace
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