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29/09/12 League Bolton Wanderers (a) 1-0 win

Another wonderful away day and a far cry from the start that we experienced to the season. Palace earned the win at Bolton thanks to a late penalty from Glenn Murray. Wilf Zaha was a big threat as ever and it was him that earned the penalty after being tripped by Zat Knight. Lee went close for Bolton afterwards but his shot whistled past the post. Palace held on for a fourth league win in five games. 

It was early on when Murray headed an Owen Garvan cross straight at Bogdan but then the home side had a penalty claim for a possible handball which would have been harsh, before Bolton striker David Ngog had a close-range shot blocked by Damien Delaney. Mark Davies also looked set to score for the home side only to have a well-struck shot saved by Speroni.

View from TheEaglesBeak; Another great result for Dougie and the lads which I sincerely hope has now seen the doubters crawl back under the rock that they came from.

01 Speroni 
02 Ward 
04 Parr (Moxey 64′ ) 
14 Blake 
27 Delaney 
07 Bolasie (Williams 75′ ) 
08 Dikgacoi 
10 Garvan 
15 Jedinak 
16 Zaha – booked 
17 Murray GOAL  80′ pen

Unused substitutes; 34 Price, 06 Martin, 30 Moritz, 09 Goodwillie,18 Wilbraham

Referee; Eltrigham
Attendence; 16,727

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Jay Crame

Jay Crame

Jay is the founder of TEB and site editor. An avid Palace fan since the late eighties with a passion for music and far too many other sports. Presenter and producer of The Meridian Sports Show on Meridian FM.

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