Ghanaian International player, Jeffrey Schlupp on Saturday January 2, scored Crystal Palace’s fastest Premier League goal since 2017.
Jeffrey pounded on the ball in the penalty area and scores Crystal Palace’s opening goal against Sheffield United in just 4 minutes after English Referee, Attwell had blown his whistle for the commencement of the match at the Selhust Park in London.
Substitute Eberechie Eze’s unexpected solo goal helped to seal victory for Crystal Palace over Sheffield United.
The prolific winger ran from midway inside the Crystal Palace of half before gliding forward and beating Aaron Ramsdale deep into first half stoppage time of the match (45+6 minutes).
Eze came in as substitute for Jeffrey Schlupp on the 40th minutes. By this victory Crystal Palace has recorded a good opener for 2021 and fan will want to see more as the year unfolds.
On the 48th minute the referee had to stop the match for Jordan Ayew, another Ghanaian International to come in for Crystal Palace as substitute for Christian Benteke.
On the 84th minute Andros Townsend of Crystal Palace attempted a third goal with a promising volley towards the goal post, but was thwarted by a Sheffield United defender with a crucial block.