Leicester City vs. Crystal Palace - Football Match Report

Old head Hodgson to break Premier League record

Old head Hodgson to break Premier League record

Leicester manager Claude Puel has urged fans not to turn their backs on Nigeria global, Wilfred Ndidi, and the rest of the team after losing Saturday's premier league clash against Crystal Palace at the King Power Stadium.

The Foxes are now winless in their last seven games with boss Puel under mounting pressure.

But it was the manner of the performance that would have most alarmed Puel, with two goals conceded late on to set sections of the crowd booing.

Victory means the Eagles move a step closer to safety on the day Palace manager Roy Hodgson became the oldest Premier League manager (71 years and 198 days). A 30-yard strike from James McArthur was deflected off the outstretched leg of the forward, completely wrong footing Kasper Schmeichel in the Leicester goal.

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By a quirk of fate, Palace also boast the Premier League record for having the youngest boss, too.

Although Evans responded with his first goal for Leicester, after 64 minutes, Crystal Palace quickly restored their lead with a finish from close-in by Zaha, who was returning from suspension.

Luka Milivojevic netted the visitors' fourth goal from the penalty spot with nine minutes remaining, before Zaha rounded off the scoring in second-half stoppage time with his second goal of the game.

Asked to present it, Zaha joked: "Oh wow, really?"

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