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Olise Bags 10th EPL Goal, Eze Scores In Palace’s 3-1 Win At Wolves

Michael Olise and Eberechi Eze scored as Crystal Palace defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 away in Saturday’s Premier League game.

Also, Olise provided the assist for Eze as Palace recorded their fourth win in last five games (one draw).

Olise has now scored 10 goals, provided five assists in 18 league games this season.

For Eze, he has nine goals, three assists in 26 games this campaign in the English topflight.

Olise opened the scoring in the 26th minute before Jean-Philippe Mateta made it 2-0 on 28 minute.

In the 66th minute Matheus Cunha pulled a goal back for Wolves to make it 2-1.

Palace restored their two-goal lead thanks to Eze who finished off an assist from Olise.

The win took Palace to 12th place on 46 points with one game left to play.

Meanwhile, Burnley were officially relegated after losing 2-1 to Tottenham Hotspur.

Vincent Kompany’s side now join Sheffield United as teams whose relegation to the Championship have been confirmed.

In other results, Brighton held Newcastle to a 1-1 draw away, West Ham defeated Luton Town 3-1, Brentford beat Bournemouth 2-1 and Everton edged Sheffield 1-0.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Pompei 1 month ago

    Eze and Olise.
    2 man demolition squad.

  • Ipetu Madu 1 month ago

    CSN stop telling us about Eze and Olise. They are overrated foreigners. We meed more content about players willing to do it for Nigeria.

  • Respect is reciprocal 1 month ago

    CSN are bunch of lazy lads. Their job is to fish out raw talents not known to fans ,b it they will keep talking about players that feel too big to play for Nigeria. We are tired of hearing about those players , majority of whom will regret not playing for Nigeria because they want to play for England

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