The visitors sits in the bottom of the English Premier League table and a draw or win could have consoled them.
Roy Hodgson's men put in much effort and a superb display to beat their opponents whom they lost to previously.
Jeffrey Schlupp kept his composure as he scores the fastest goal against the struggling Sheffield united. He found the back of the net within the 4th minute to put the Eagles in the lead whiles Eberechi Eze of Nigeria netted the second goal in the 45 +6 minutes.
Jordan Ayew replaced Christian Benteke in the second half as he nearly scored a goal in a close range only for the keeper to save it.
Crystal palace had played 17 games and moved to the 12th position with 22 points this afternoon though Sundays fixtures would bring them down again should the rest of the teams win.
Jeffrey Schlupp has 13 premier league goals in 161 appearances and he is one of the versatile left backs in the EPL
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