Crystal Palace ease past Wolves at Molineux

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Wolves 0-2 Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha nets a penalty after Jean-Philippe Mateta’s opener as the Eagles deliver a dominant first-half display to condemn Bruno Lage’s men to a third straight loss

  • Jean-Philippe Mateta and Wilfried Zaha scored first half goals for the visitors
  • Wolves had no answer to Palace’s dominance and have lost three straight games
  • Palace have now moved into the top half of the table after their impressive win 











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Crystal Palace picked up an impressive 2-0 win at Molineux on Saturday to extend their unbeaten run to four matches in all competitions.

The visitors dominated the early stages and went in front through Jean-Philippe Mateta in the 19th minute. Wilfried Zaha then doubled their advantage from the penalty spot 15 minutes later after Max Kilman brought down Jeffrey Schlupp.

Wolves put up more of a fight after the break but rarely looked like getting back into the contest as they slipped to their third straight top-flight defeat.

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Jean-Philippe Mateta scored from close range to give Crystal Palace a deserved lead

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Max Kilman tripped Jeffrey Schlupp to gift Palace a first half penalty at Molineux

Max Kilman tripped Jeffrey Schlupp to gift Palace a first half penalty at Molineux

Wilfried Zaha stepped up and coolly dispatched his penalty past Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa

Wilfried Zaha stepped up and coolly dispatched his penalty past Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa

Zaha celebrated giving Palace a two-goal advantage by cupping his hands to his ears

Zaha celebrated giving Palace a two-goal advantage by cupping his hands to his ears

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