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Crystal Palace beat West Ham United at the London Stadium with the last-gasp winner

A 94th-minute deflected strike from Michael Olise sees Crystal Palace record a 2-1 win over West Ham United at the London Stadium.

A deflected shot from Michael Olise in the 94th minute saw crystal palace record a 2-1 win over West Ham United at the London Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

Both teams appeared to be heading for some of the loot, with Wilfried Zaha cancel an opening Said Benrahmabut Olise’s late effort secured all the points for Palace.

The result moved patrick vieraThe team are ninth in the Premier League table, while West Ham are in 15th, having suffered their eighth league defeat of the campaign.

Palace were brilliant early on, with the Eagles making most of the early games, and Eberechi Eze dragged one wide of the post in the seventh minute.

West Ham’s first half chance came in the 13th minute when Aaron Creswell selected Jarrod Bowenbut the striker’s effort still veered away from the post.

Despite a slow start, it was the Hammers who made the breakthrough in the 20th minute, Benrahma picking the back of the net with a brilliant strike from outside the box.

Palace were level before the break, however, with Zaha finding the back of the net with a powerful finish after lackluster Hammers defence.

Eze took the ball from Thilo Kehrer in a wide area, and the ball found its way to Zaha, who netted his sixth Premier League goal of the campaign.

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Palace also had the first serious chance of the second half, with Jeffrey Schlupp sending the ball into Eze, but the striker’s effort took a deflection and fell just wide of the West Ham goal.

Eze had another chance in the 71st minute after some smart work from Zaha, but the striker failed to make the most of possession in a dangerous area.

West Ham were first awarded a penalty in the 80th minute when Michael Antonio was blocked by Marc Guehi inside the box, but the referee Paul Tierney reversed the decision after advice from the VAR.

Palace almost snatched all the points late when Jordan Ayewthe low cross of was deflected towards his own goal by Craig Dawsonbut Lukasz Fabianski was on hand to perform a smart save.

There was to be one final drama, however, with Palace winning in the 94th minute when Olise’s strike deflected Cresswell and landed into the back of the net.

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