Crystal Palace vs. Huddersfield Town  0 - 3

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Commentary

Minute   Description
90' +3 That's the full-time whistle!
90' +2 Free-kick in a decent position for Palace. Van Aanholt steps up to take it, but his effort is fired straight at Lossl who gathers with ease.
90' There will be a minimum of three minutes added time played here.
88' J. Puncheon gets yellow.
Not long to go here at Selhurst Park. Palace are still pressing for a late goal, but they are struggling to create any real goalscoring chances and Huddersfield are defending comfortably, whilst looking to break on the counter themselves.
Jason Puncheon is the first Palace player to be shown a yellow card here, he blatantly pulled Billing back as he looked to break on the counter-attack.
86' R. van La Parra enters the game and replaces S. Mounié.
There will be no hat-trick for Mounie this afternoon, as David Wagner makes his third and final substitution of the game. The striker is replaced by Rajiv van La Parra.
84' The home supporters have started to make their way to the exits, a very disappointing start to the season for Palace and their new manager. Next up for Palace is Liverpool away, before they face Swansea at home.
81' The Huddersfield traveling supporters are loving what they have seen from their side today and rightly so! It has been a superb performance by the Terriers and it will give them plenty of confidence for the rest of the season.
78' J. Tomkins enters the game and replaces T. Fosu-Mensah.
S. Mounié has scored a goal for Huddersfield Town! Assist by C. Quaner.
GOOOAAALLL! HUDDERSFIELD MAKE IT THREE! Steve Mounié has his second goal of the game and the Terriers third of the match. A dream start on their return to the Premier League! It was a simply goal, straight from their goal-kick, once again the Palace defence make a mistake. The ball came straight to Quaner, who pulled the ball back for Mounie on the run, who slots home from the edge of the box. What a performance from the Terriers. As it stands, Huddersfield are top of the league!
The substitute made sure he got on the end of the long ball, and Quaner then looked up and picked out his teammate with a perfect pass and the striker made no mistakes with his strike.
Palace make their second substitution of the game, with Timothy Fosu-Mensah the player coming off for the hosts and he is replaced by James Tomkins.
77' HE SHOULD'VE SCORED! A great chance for Dann to pull a goal back for Palace. The corner came into the box and made it all the way to Dann at the far post, completely unmarked, but he fires his volley high over the bar.
76' Palace are starting to through more players forward now, but still Huddersfield are defending well and don't look like conceding at the moment.

Premier League table

# Team MP D P
1 8 +25 22
2 8 +19 20
3 8 +10 17
4 8 +0 15
5 8 +5 13
6 8 +2 13
7 8 +2 13
8 8 +1 13
9 8 +1 11
10 8 -2 10
11 8 -2 9
12 8 -4 9
13 8 -3 8
14 8 -4 8
15 8 -6 8
16 8 -8 8
17 8 -9 8
18 8 -3 6
19 8 -8 4
20 8 -16 3