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- Palace yet to score or register a point this season
- Chelsea fourth going into the weekend's fixtures
Ex-Chelsea winger at Selhurst Park for 5 live SportCopyright: Getty Images
Fantastic from Palace! Their workrate was unbelievable all the way through the game.
The noise here is off the scale - you'd think they'd won the league rather than won their first game in the league!
Show half of this spirit for the rest of the season and Crystal Palace won't have any problems staying in this league.
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Roy Hodgson's side - without a point and without a goal in the league this season - have beaten the champions!
This is brilliantly scrappy in the final few minutes! The Palace fans are beside themselves!
Wilfried Zaha still has bags of energy and outsmarts Azpilicueta to charge forward.
Cahill has to make a decent block in the end.
MAMADOU SAKHO, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
You do not - I repeat DO NOT - try and backheel the ball to clear it from your own box and then put it in the path of Cesc Fabregas.
What a let off for Palace as Fabregas shoots wide.
Five minutes of added time. How's your blood pressure, Roy?
Palace are still very much up for this! Andros Townsend, who has been brilliant today, hits a low right-footed shot past the post.
Tiemoue Bakayoko picks up a yellow card and concedes a free-kick on the edge of the area.
Palace can't do anything with it, though.
Ex-Chelsea winger at Selhurst Park for 5 live SportCopyright: Reuters
Van Aanholt has missed an utter sitter! Was he off balance? That would have been game, set and match! Palace might still claim all three points but if they don't he won't sleep tonight.
I've just seen a replay... well, that's why he's a left-back!
Football commentator at Selhurst Park for 5 live SportCopyright: Getty Images
I do not think there is a better atmosphere in the Premier League that at Selhurst Park when it's rocking.
What a chance for Palace! Andros Townsend's effort from distance is parried by Courtois into the path of Patrick van Aanholt but his follow-up shot is planted wide.
A double sub from Roy Hodgson.
Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Jairo Riedewald come on. Yohan Cabaye and James McArthur come off.
Palace have five minutes of normal time to see this out.
A mix-up between Chelsea players sends Wilfried Zaha into action! The Palace forward tries to force an effort goalwards but then Chelsea counter.
Scott Dann makes a heavy challenge on Pedro and gets a yellow for it. The visitors have a free-kick about 40 yards out.
Fabregas delivers but it's cleared.Copyright: AFP
Another great run from Pedro ends up with another knees-to-the-floor save from fans' favourite Julian Speroni.
The 38-year-old has done a sound job in goal for the hosts today.
Wilfried Zaha makes the first Palace break for a while. He weaves his way into the box and Zappacosta has to clear at full stretch.
Palace continue to push for another goal, thanks to some good ground work from Mamadou Sakho, but they're held up.
Jason Puncheon comes on for Jeffrey Schlupp as Roy Hodgson starts to tinker with his Palace side.
Meanwhile, Charly Musonda has a go from distance but the flag is up again.
In the last 10 minutes, Chelsea have had over 70% off the ball. Can Palace hang on for their first three points of the season?
Another chance for Chelsea! Julian Speroni pulls off a double save from Marcos Alonso's effort.
A dangerous ball in from Davide Zappacosta follows, but Hazard can't get the final touch as he rushes in.
It's ALL Chelsea now.