The bad calls which went against Bournemouth, West Ham & Watford on Saturday

The bad calls which went against Bournemouth, West Ham & Watford on Saturday

The bad calls which went against Bournemouth, West Ham & Watford on Saturday

Crystal Palace finally scored in front of their own fans at Selhurst Park as Jordan Ayew secured a 1-0 win in the Premier League on Saturday against an Aston Villa side hampered by the 54th-minute dismissal of Trezeguet. Villa boss Dean Smith criticised the call after the game and McGinn agreed with his manager - although he admits the players now have to accept the decision.

"The word that keeps cropping up is frustration", he told the club's official website. He does the job we want him to do, tactically, to help get others to take up positions they need to, not just attacking wise, but defensively too. We have watched it back and it just speaks for itself.

'The attitude and industry we showed was different class. Over the game, I thought it did deserve a point. "But we can take heart from the performance".

On Saturday, they left their first matchup against Manchester United this season with a spring in their step.

Palace were handed a numerical advantage shortly before the hour mark, when Villa summer signing Trezeguet was given a second yellow for tripping Wilfried Zaha.

The 27-year old scored the victor against his former club as the Eagles recorded back to back wins in the English Premier League. Past year he didn't get as many chances as he would have liked to have had, and many times he found himself as a substitute, and sometimes not even getting onto the pitch.

"Never once did he stop trying to do the right things in training". I hope it continues.

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