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Palace quickie..

It wasn’t a classic by any stretch, but a 1-1 is a result I’m quite content to leave Selhurst Park with. And let’s face it, leaving that place is always a highlight!

Whilst the Reds probably enjoyed the lion’s share of possession, chances were limited so it was no small relief to see David McGoldrick get on the end of a drilled Lewis McGugan cross to equalise early in the second half.

It was third time lucky fir Darren Ambrose as he lined up his third attempt from a freekick (which should never have been given by yet another horseshit referee). He took it very well though, Camp having no chance.

There was controversy too to end the first half, Anderson was felled infront of the technical area. Hard to see from the away end, but I thought I saw an elbow. Billy certainly saw something, as he went mental.

All in all, a good point. Camp was the busier of the two keepers and it was a hard graft. Well done lads.