A slow start to the season which saw their first defeat of the season against Arsenal at home ground, an uplift of performance was witnessed today as Crystal Palace record their first positive result against Liverpool in five years of which Ghanaian player Jeffrey Schlupp was one of their best players.
In an encounter in which a point seems unlikely, Crystal Palace whose last known positive results at Anfield stretched to 2017 -geared up today to earn a point in their second game of the season - courtesy of Ivorian star Wilfried Zaha fast pace counterattack goal through the set up of Eberechi Eze before Luiz Diaz equalizer.
Schlupp was very stunning for Crystal Palace in the midfield, rated at 7.0 on his 88th-minute feature with statistics of 7-won ground duels, 3 clearances, 2 interceptions, 5 tackles and 68.4% pass accuracy.
Likewise with Ayew who lasted 63 minutes on the pitch, 6.6 ratings -with won 4 ground duels, 3 aerial duels, 3 clearances, 2 successful dribble attempts and a received foul.
What are your thoughts on Jordan Ayew's performance as a starter for Black Stars of Ghana?
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