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Monday, October 21, 2013
 Full Time
Crystal Palace
A. Mariappa  7' 1-0 
 1-1P. Kasami  19'
 1-2S. Sidwell  45'
 1-3D. Berbatov  50'
 1-4P. Senderos  55'
HT: 1-2
Selhurst Park (Attendance: 24,881)
Referee: Lee Mason
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Crystal Palace vs. Fulham
Minute Commentary
As the final whistle echoes around Selhurst Park, Martin Jol's sigh of relief almost drowns out the generous applause from the home fans. They didn't let their team down this evening and it seems a shame that the players could not get them the result they craved. They got off to a solid start, Mariappa heading them into a deserved lead. Fulham looked insipid until a moment of magic from Kasami changed the game. The pendulum swung along with the Swiss international's right boot, a wonder strike nailed on to be a contender for goal of the season. This was followed by a similarly well executed strike by Steve Sidwell, who steadied himself and fired a superb volley past the floundering Speroni, who was left shaking his head again. That really took the sting out of Palace and they soon succumbed to two poor goals from corners soon after the restart, and never looked likely to recover. A much needed reprieve for Martin Jol and his side, but a truly worrying state of affairs for Crystal Palace, whose inability to find an extra gear when it is needed most does not augur well for the long hard road to survival.
Three minutes stoppage time here, and Martin Jol leaves his seat to survey the final few moments. This has been a drastic improvement for his side.
The game is drifting ever closer to its inevitable conclusion, and the roughly 19,000 Palace fans are hoping for the final whistle sooner rather than later. Rodallega is on for Berbatov.
Kasami almost registers another goal of the season contender, nonchalantly striking the ball with the outside of his favoured left foot after a lay off from Berbatov. Speroni springs to his left and produces a fine save to deny the Swiss, who looks a real talent.
Thomas has provided a small spark for Palace, with another determined run at the Fulham defence. The ball breaks to Dean Moxey who spins in the box, loses the ball then proceeds to bring down the Fulham defender with a clumsy tackle. Poor again for Palace.
Even when the decisions go their way, Crystal Palace are incapable of converting them, Jerome Thomas wasting a free kick in a promising position.
The Palace crowd again vent their frustration in the direction of the referee, who allows play to continue after Bolasie is felled on the edge of the box. It was the correct decision however, and Thomas' cross is poor. The ball is cut back to O'Keefe who strikes a weak shot easily saved by Maarten Stekelenburg.
A couple of corners in quick succession for the home side, the first defended easily, and the second equally so, with Holloway looking isolated and frustrated in equal measure, his side looking increasingly desperate. Such a lack of composure when up against it does not bode well for the rest of the season, and Arsenal, the next team to visit Selhurst Park, will be rubbing their hands in anticipation if Palace continue to play so poorly.
Jedinak's dreadful pass fails to find his intended target and instead runs out for a throw in. That really sums it up for Palace here.
Palace look demoralised, the early dynamism and work rate replaced with what looks distinctly like an exercise in going through the motions. Fulham are controlling the play with real ease.
Kevin Phillips enters the fray now, replacing Dwight Gayle, who has endured another frustrating evening. Can the veteran striker salvage some dignity for Palace?
A moment of controversy here as a Palace player is brought down by Richardson on the edge of the Fulham box. The referee seemed to allow the play to continue, only to rule out Dwight Gayle's finish as the ball broke to him for offside. Palace's fans are furious but it did look the right decision from Lee Mason.
Palace have never avoided relegation in their four seasons in the Premier League, and that run is looking increasingly likely to continue. This was a game they will have marked as a must win, and they have been simply overwhelmed by both the occasion and several moments of real quality. When their own inability to produce such moments of class is combined with an inability to execute the basics, they look in real danger of an immediate return to the Championship.
This is the first time in nine years that Fulham have managed four goals in an away game, and they have nearly doubled their goals scored this season, that tally growing from five to nine and with plenty of time left. They could get a hatful here if they keep this up, and Palace look clueless, surrendering the ball with ease.
An incredible start to the second half from Fulham, who are blitzing Palace here now, their players are visibly filled with confidence, and Palace are rocking. There was nothing to suggest this would happen in the first quarter of this contest, and this could be a hammering if Crystal Palace aren't careful.
Disaster for Palace as they are carved open again from a Fulham corner, Philippe Senderos smashing home an acrobatic volley which sneaks under Speroni and was over the line before the keeper could clear. Dear oh dear.
Ian Holloway looks frustrated here and with good reason. He is never backwards in coming forwards, and spoke his mind when he reminded his players that any mistakes at this level will be punished. That was poor defending from Palace from that corner and they are now looking in serious trouble. Perhaps the imminent introduction of Marouane Chamakh will provide an extra option as they attempt to find a way back into this contest.
Speroni makes amends for a woeful clearance with a good save from Darren Bent resulting in the ball going behind. From the resulting corner, Berbatov is too strong for the Palace defender, heading home with ease into the far corner. The game is running away from Palace now and Fulham have a good base to build on.
Thomas floats in a dangerous looking early cross which is headed behind. Palace have looked good on the flanks and have delivered some excellent crosses from Bolasie in particular, but Dwight Gayle is unlikely to be able to get anywhere near them. The diminuitive frontman is surely best with the ball played through for him to run onto.
Jerome Thomas replaces Campana here, and Hangeland also makes way for Amorebieta with what seems to be a recurrence of his back injury.
A real sickener for Palace, who have not looked out of their depth at all in this game, stringing together some decent possession and carving out several decent chances, only to be undone by two strikes of the utmost quality. Holloway's half time team talk will be key here, with his players sure to be disheartened after a decent display has yielded little reward. Fulham looked decent but far from spectacular until those goals went in, and they surely cannot rely on their players to keep producing moments of magic if they want to hold on. It is nearly five years since they last came from behind to win an away Premier League game and Palace will not make it easy for them.
Well, no one saw this coming. Two of the goals of the season have been netted in this game, Jack Wilshere's strike for Arsenal at the weekend already under threat from an absolute belter from Pajtim Kasami, closely followed by an equally well executed volley from Steve Sidwell to put his team into an ill-deserved lead. Mariappa opened the scoring for Palace with a strong header, making the giant Hangeland look positively miniature, rising to nod home a Puncheon cross from the left. Kasami then took the game by the scruff of the neck, taking a lofted ball down on his chest and hitting a monstrous volley across and over the despairing Speroni. A fire alarm began to sound shortly afterwards up in the executive boxes, with Fulham owner Shahid Khan one of those ushered to temporary safety. There was no cause for alarm on the pitch however, with the game settling down to a steady tempo, both sides probing and pushing without ever really threatening each other's goal. Sidwell changed all that though, with a magnificent volley after Ruiz's free kick from 25 yards was blocked straight up into the air. A decent game so far illuminated by two moments of sheer class from the visiting team.
Steve Sidwell with the second world class strike in this game, and Fulham have completed the turn around. Ruiz's free kick was a disappointing one, crashing off the wall and up into the air. The Palace defence were slow to react and the ball fell perfectly for Sidwell, who hits a cracker on the volley leaving Speroni helpless.
Bolasie looks like the player Palace have been missing so far this season, pacey and full of tricks he looks dangerous every time he gets the ball to feet. Fulham however are packed with creative players and will be desperately disappointed with the contributions of Ruiz and Berbatov up to this point. A free kick is to be taken by Ruiz now in a good position.
Fulham are stroking the ball around at the back with Palace seemingly happy to sit back and wait for the visitors to make a mistake. The Eagles have plenty of pace in the side and the counter attack is surely their most likely route to success in this game.
Fulham's new owner Shahid Khan is amongst those who have been removed from the executive box at the behest of the stadium steward, and is now watching the game from a remote corner of the ground. Not the best view but in truth he is not missing much at this point with his side looking cagey at best.
The ball is pinging around Selhurst Park to little avail currently, although Palace look the more consistently threatening, with Hangeland constantly being called upon to head the ball clear.
The pace has dropped now, with both sides passing the ball around with a slight lack of conviction. A good ball into the Palace box by Bryan Ruiz is just too long for the onrushing Bent and finds only the waiting gloves of Speroni.
A cross from Joel Ward finds Bolasie at the back post but his header on goal is weak and easily dealt with by Stekelenburg. A fire alarm is now going off up in one of the executive boxes here, and its occupants are being ushered into the corridors. When they return they will be hoping Palace will have made a bigger impact on proceedings.
This has been an excellent week for the Macedonian born player, after making his full debut for the Swiss national team six days ago, and now netting a superb goal at a key time for his side.
Fulham are striving to reassert their early dominance on the game as Kasami tries again from distance, and why not? He has shown he's more than capable and that goal will do wonders for his case to become a fixture in the Fulham side this season.
That goal looks better every time you see it, an excellent example of pace, power and technique and just the tonic for Martin Jol's men.
What a goal! Patjim Kasami with a wonder strike out of absolutely nothing. A hopeful ball forward and Kasami was tracked by Mariappa but the defender was powerless to stop him belting a volley across Speroni. An early contender for goal of the season!
Lackadasical play from the lanky Berbatov, who carelessly flicks the ball into touch. It could be one of those nights for the mercurial frontman, and Fulham cannot afford to indulge him if he is in one of those moods.
A hopeful ball towards Bent from Parker and the centre forward again fails to register his first touch. Nearly a quarter of an hour gone and Fulham look slightly overrawed by this dynamic Palace start. O'Keefe drills a shot just wide for Palace.
Awful from Fulham, Hangeland trying to dribble out of defence and allowing Palace to win a free kick in another dangerous position.
Sidwell drives forward for Fulham but finds himself running into touch with precious little support from his team mates. Martin Jol looks on glumly from the away bench, not the best start from his side.
That is Adrian Mariappa's second goal at this level, his only previous strike coming during his time at Reading.
Goal for Palace! Mariappa climbs highest, outjumping Hangeland to nod home Puncheon's cross. Fulham will be very disappointed with that.
Jose Campana steps up and strikes the free kick, which comes off Hangeland and goes out for a corner.
After that effort from Gayle, Palace have been chasing shadows as Fulham control the early possession. Gayle's pace could prove dangerous on the break however, and Bolasie earns a free kick in a decent position for Palace.
A couple of early forays into the Palace hald by Fulham end in a throw in for Palace. Gayle breaks forward into the box and forces a decent save from Maarten Stekelenburg.
We're underway here, and this really is a vital fixture for Palace if they are serious about extending their stay in the top flight. A win here for Fulham however could provide a much needed catalyst for improvement, so neither side will be happy with a draw.
A big responsibility is placed on the in form Jedinak for Palace, who will be expected to stop Fulham breaking on the counter and to provide an attacking threat with his dynamic running and range of passing.
Yannick Bolasie starts for Palace with responsibility falling to him and Jason Puncheon to provide support for lone striker Dwight Gayle. Fulham name a very strong starting XI, with Parker returning and Darren Bent partnering Berbatov up front.
Stekelenburg, Riether, Senderos, Hangeland, Richardson, Kasami, Parker, Sidwell, Ruiz, Bent, Berbatov
Speroni, Ward, Mariappa, Delaney, Moxey, Jedinak, Campana, O'Keefe, Puncheon, Bolasie, Gayle
Fulham could receive a huge boost tonight with influential midfielder Scott Parker nearing fitness after several weeks on the sidelines. Aaron Hughes and Adel Taarabt are both nearing full fitness and Martin Jol should be able to name a strong side.
There are no new injury worries for Holloway heading into this tie, with Yannick Bolasie troubling the starters after coming off the bench in the 3-1 loss to Liverpool.
Palace's 2-0 victory in 2004 was their only success in the last 10 against Fulham, having drawn five and lost four. This is only the third top flight fixture between these two clubs, the latest, in 2005, ending in a 3-1 Fulham win.
Both managers are feeling the pressure at this early stage of the season, with their positions under threat thanks to similarly poor starts to the campaign. It comes as no surprise that Ian Holloway's Palace side have thus far looked out of their depth at the top table, having utilised 24 players in just seven games, with 'Olly' seemingly unable to decide on his strongest line up. Chopping and changing in this fashion has proved to be counterproductive, with the side far from settled and looking disorderly at best, shambolic at worst. Palace will have earmarked victories in home fixtures against teams such as Fulham as key to their survival, and anything other than a win here could prove disastrous. Martin Jol is also far from safe with Fulham having recorded just two wins so far this season, the latest over Stoke allowing Jol some breathing space, but it would only take a poor showing against fellow strugglers Palace for the Fulham fans to refocus their ire toward the Dutchman. This game truly has the feel of a relegation six-pointer, which will worry both sides this early on in the season.
The evidence points towards a low-scoring affair tonight, with both sides struggling to score goals this season. In their last four Premier League, Palace have managed only three shots on target, scoring one goal. The main culprit in this case is Marouane Chamakh. The Moroccan international has appeared in seven games, amassing 493 minutes in the process, yet has mustered only one shot on target. He scored with it though, and those of a mind to put a positive spin on it could say he has a 100% shot to goal ratio. That is unlikely to wash with his manager however who surely will be hoping for a bigger contribution from the Arsenal loanee. Fulham are also far from prolific, attempting a Premier League low 57 shots, while facing a Premier League high 133 shots. They have not scored more than one goal for seven games, scoring in five of those matches. The Cottagers may well turn to Darren Bent for goals here, although it may be worth bringing him off the bench as he has netted in each of his two substitute appearances thus far, having failed to score in any of his three starts.
Crystal Palace go into this fixture on the back of four straight defeats. Including the League Cup, Palace have lost seven of their eight matches this season, with a 3-1 victory over Sunderland the only bright spot in what has been a dismal start for Ian Holloway's side. If this game ends in defeat it will be the first time Palace have lost five in a row since 2004-2005, their last season in the Premier League. Palace are being kept from the bottom spot only by virtue of Sunderland's catastrophic form. Fulham on the other hand are aiming for back to back victories in the Premier League for the first time since March-April of this year, having collected seven points from their opening seven fixtures. They have lost two in a row away from home however, both without scoring, and have been less than inspiring. They last went three away league games without scoring in early 2010.
Lee Mason is the man in charge of tonight's fixture. The Bolton born official has overseen four matches in the Premier League so far this season, handing out 15 yellow cards and one red.
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Team Stats
Crystal Palace Fulham
1 Goals 4
0 Assists 3
14 Shots 9
4 Shots on Goal 6
2 Saves 3
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
21 Crosses 7
5 Corner Kicks 7
2 Offside 1
10 Fouls Committed 13
0 Cautions/Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
51% Ball Possession 49%
Crystal Palace
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Julian Speroni 90 - 0 0 4 2
2Joel Ward 90 0 0 0 - -
3Adrian Mariappa 90 1 0 0 - -
6José Campaña 45 0 0 0 - -
7Yannick Bolasie 90 0 0 0 - -
12Stuart O'Keefe 90 0 0 0 - -
13Jason Puncheon 56 0 0 0 - -
15Mile Jedinak 90 0 0 0 - -
16Dwight Gayle 69 0 0 0 - -
21Dean Moxey 90 0 0 0 - -
27Damien Delaney 90 0 0 0 - -
9Kevin Phillips 21 0 0 0 - -
14Jerome Thomas 45 0 0 0 - -
29Marouane Chamakh 34 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Maarten Stekelenburg 90 - 0 0 1 3
4Philippe Senderos 90 1 0 0 - -
5Brede Hangeland 45 0 0 0 - -
7Steve Sidwell 90 1 0 0 - -
8Pajtim Kasami 90 1 0 0 - -
9Dimitar Berbatov 89 1 0 0 - -
10Bryan Ruiz 90 0 0 0 - -
15Kieran Richardson 90 0 1 0 - -
27Sascha Riether 90 0 0 0 - -
28Scott Parker 90 0 0 0 - -
39Darren Bent 77 0 0 0 - -
16Damien Duff 13 0 0 0 - -
20Hugo Rodallega 1 0 0 0 - -
35Fernando Amorebieta 45 0 0 0 - -
Crystal Palace vs. Fulham
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Crystal Palace 1-4 Fulham
90' Half Over  Crystal Palace 1-4 Fulham
90' Foul  Sidwell fouled by Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace)
90' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
90' Throw-In  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace)
90' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
90' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
90' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
90' Substitution  Hugo Rodallega (on). Berbatov (off). (Fulham)
89' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
89' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
88' Shot  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace)
88' Cross  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace) - Off Target
88' Shot on Goal  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
88' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
87' Foul  Phillips fouled by Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
87' Corner Kick  Damien Duff (Fulham)
87' Shot on Goal  Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
86' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
86' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
86' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
85' Foul  Riether fouled by Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
83' Foul  Ward fouled by Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
83' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
83' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
82' Shot  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace)
82' Free Kick  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace)
81' Foul  Chamakh fouled by Fernando Amorebieta (Fulham)
81' Yellow Card  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
81' Foul  Ward fouled by Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
80' Shot on Goal  Stuart O'Keefe (Crystal Palace)
80' Cross  Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace) - Completed Pass
79' Foul  Berbatov fouled by Stuart O'Keefe (Crystal Palace)
78' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
77' Shot  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
77' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
77' Substitution  Damien Duff (on). Bent (off). (Fulham)
77' Corner Kick  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
76' Corner Kick  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - Out of Play
76' Cross  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace) - Defended by Keeper
76' Cross  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
75' Throw-In  Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
74' Throw-In  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace)
74' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
73' Shot  Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace)
73' Corner Kick  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace) - Off Target
73' Cross  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace) - Clearance Out of Play
73' Offside  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
71' Throw-In  Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace)
70' Foul  Sidwell fouled by Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace)
69' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
69' Substitution  Kevin Phillips (on). Gayle (off). (Crystal Palace)
69' Cross  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) - Directly Out
68' Cross  Pajtim Kasami (Fulham) - Headed Out - In Play
68' Cross  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace) - Clearance In Play
65' Offside  Dwight Gayle (Crystal Palace)
65' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
64' Cross  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
64' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
63' Foul  Kasami fouled by Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace)
63' Cross  Scott Parker (Fulham) - Defended by Keeper
61' Cross  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham) - Headed Out - In Play
61' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
60' Foul  Ward fouled by Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
58' Foul  Riether fouled by Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace)
57' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
57' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
56' Substitution  Marouane Chamakh (on). Puncheon (off). (Crystal Palace)
55' Goal  Philippe Senderos (Fulham). Assist by Ruiz
55' Shot on Goal  Philippe Senderos (Fulham)
55' Corner Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham) - On Target
55' Corner Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham) - Headed Out - Out of Play
54' Cross  Pajtim Kasami (Fulham) - Clearance Out of Play
54' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
53' Cross  Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace) - Directly Out
53' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
51' Foul  Puncheon fouled by Scott Parker (Fulham)
50' Goal  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham). Assist by Ruiz
50' Shot on Goal  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
50' Corner Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham) - On Target
49' Shot on Goal  Darren Bent (Fulham)
49' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
49' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
49' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
48' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
47' Corner Kick  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
47' Cross  Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - Out of Play
47' Cross  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace) - Completed Pass
46' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
46' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
46' Substitution  Fernando Amorebieta (on). Hangeland (off). (Fulham)
46' Substitution  Jerome Thomas (on). Campaña (off). (Crystal Palace)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Crystal Palace 1-2 Fulham
45' Cross  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace) - Defended by Keeper
45' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
45' Shot  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
45' Goal  Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
45' Shot on Goal  Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
45' Shot  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham)
45' Free Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham)
44' Foul  Sidwell fouled by Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace)
43' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
42' Cross  Stuart O'Keefe (Crystal Palace) - Defended by Keeper
42' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
42' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
40' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
40' Foul  Jedinak fouled by Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
40' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
39' Cross  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace) - Directly Out
37' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
37' Cross  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace) - Directly Out
36' Foul  Gayle fouled by Scott Parker (Fulham)
36' Throw-In  José Campaña (Crystal Palace)
35' Cross  Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
34' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
34' Cross  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - Out of Play
33' Shot on Goal  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace)
33' Cross  Pajtim Kasami (Fulham) - Overhit
31' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
31' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
31' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
30' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
29' Foul  Campaña fouled by Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
29' Shot  Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace)
29' Cross  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) - Off Target
29' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
28' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
28' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
26' Foul  Ward fouled by Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
26' Cross  Kieran Richardson (Fulham) - Intercepted
25' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
25' Shot  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)
24' Corner Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham) - Headed Out - In Play
23' Shot  Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
22' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
22' Shot  Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
22' Corner Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham) - Off Target
21' Cross  Kieran Richardson (Fulham) - Defended by Keeper
20' Foul  Sidwell fouled by José Campaña (Crystal Palace)
19' Goal  Pajtim Kasami (Fulham). Assist by Riether
19' Shot on Goal  Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
19' Offside  Dwight Gayle (Crystal Palace)
18' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
17' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
16' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
16' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
16' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
16' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
15' Shot  Stuart O'Keefe (Crystal Palace)
15' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
14' Cross  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) - Directly Out
14' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
13' Foul  Ruiz fouled by Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)
13' Cross  José Campaña (Crystal Palace) - Completed Pass
13' Free Kick  José Campaña (Crystal Palace)
13' Foul  O'Keefe fouled by Pajtim Kasami (Fulham)
13' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
12' Throw-In  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)
12' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
11' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
10' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
10' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
9' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
9' Foul  Speroni fouled by Brede Hangeland (Fulham)
8' Corner Kick  Bryan Ruiz (Fulham)
7' Goal  Adrian Mariappa (Crystal Palace)
7' Shot on Goal  Adrian Mariappa (Crystal Palace)
7' Cross  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)
7' Corner Kick  José Campaña (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
6' Shot  José Campaña (Crystal Palace)
6' Free Kick  José Campaña (Crystal Palace)
5' Foul  Bolasie fouled by Steve Sidwell (Fulham)
4' Throw-In  Sascha Riether (Fulham)
3' Foul  Kasami fouled by Stuart O'Keefe (Crystal Palace)
2' Shot  Dwight Gayle (Crystal Palace)
2' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
1' Throw-In  Kieran Richardson (Fulham)
1' Start Half 
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CKCorner Kicks
FCFouls Committed
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