Crystal Palace player ratings: Eze sensational and plenty 6.5/10s in 4-3 West Ham win

Crystal Palace have now picked up 13 points from six games since Roy Hodgson returned to the club, they have hit the 40 mark and are well and truly safe from relegation.
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Sam Johnstone-5.5

A really strange game for Sam here, he didn’t t really have a lot to do but then conceded goals which took the shine off his ratings today. Looks to be holding down the starting slot though with Vicente Guaita back to full fitness.

Tyrick Mitchell-6

Looks rejuvenated since Roy Hodgson came back. His defensive play looked quite suspect, especially from setpieces in the first half. Tucked well in the second half.

Marc Guehi-6.5

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Should have scored after connecting well with a corner early in the game, defensively, no questions about his reading of the game.

Joachim Andersen-6

His diagonal passes always set the team on the front foot, there was a hint of him missing his man for the first West Ham goal.

Joel Ward-6

Effective without being particularly fancy.

Eberechi Eze-8

Plays the game with so much freedom, creativity, and intent. Fabulous when he gets going. Won his penalty and took it with enviable calm.

Cheick Oumar Doucoure-6

A fascinating player without ever being glamourous. Wins the ball back, and sets the team on its way.

Jeffrey Schlupp-6.5

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Great determination to win the ball back from Tomas Soucek in the first place but to produce that kind of finishing was pure class.

Jordan Ayew-7

Jordan produced a brilliant strike to draw Palace level in the first half, his fourth goal of the campaign. Looks like he’s playing his best football again. First Ghanaian to be 50-goal involvement in the Premier League.

Wilfried Zaha-6.5

The man widely known as Mr. Crystal Palace scored on his return to injury. Was an absolute nightmare to defend against all game.

Michael Olise-6.5

Got an assist for the Jordan Ayew goal and was again key for the Zaha one. Exciting doesn't even describe him when he’s in full swing. He more than made up for his terrible header for the first West Ham game.

Odsonne Edouard-5

Good hold-up play when he came on.

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