The opener came when Jordan Ayew was left virtually unmarked at the near post from Olise's left-wing delivery, leaving him the easy task of planting a downward header across goal and into the net. The Eagles doubled their lead when Olise's delivery from the opposite side was driven perfectly into the path of Eberechi Eze, who had space on the edge of the area to blast the ball past Mark Travers. With much of the game played in driving rain, Bournemouth struggled to find any fluency and created few clear-cut opportunities, although Dominic Solanke stung the palms of visiting goalkeeper Vicente Guaita after the break. Reaction to Saturday's action in the Premier LeagueNo-nonsense Palace earn rare away winVieira described Boxing Day's defeat at "one of the worst days" since he arrived as Palace manager.
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"Michael Olise is a young player, sometimes he will make mistakes and miss something, but I don't have any doubt about putting him in the starting XI, " added Vieira. "Today he was disciplined, and he has grown as a player. "Even after Vieira had substituted both goalscorers in the 74th minute, a third Palace goal looked more likely than a reply from the hosts as the Eagles closed out their first league win outside London since April. Damp Cherries frustrated as Foley era beginsBournemouth's ownership group now includes Hollywood actor Michael B Jordan and Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill FoleyNew owner Bill Foley and minority owner Michael B Jordan were introduced to the Bournemouth crowd before the game, with a touch of Las Vegas glitz added to the pre-match atmosphere as half a dozen pitchside flamethrowers, more usually seen around the boundary in Twenty20 cricket, greeted the players' arrival on to the pitch. When Foley travelled to Dorset in October to sign the takeover paperwork, he watched O'Neil's side come from behind to beat Leicester 2-1, but a Hollywood-style comeback looked very unlikely after the second goal left Palace in full charge.
"What did you make of Bournemouth's display? Have your say hereHow highly did you rate Palace's display? Send your views herePalace had not registered a shot on target in their previous two games, but there was no subtlety about either goal, with both created by Michael Olise's pinpoint delivery from corners.
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Forced into two changes after seeing two of his defenders sent off during the 3-0 home loss against Fulham, he resisted any temptation to make more alterations despite failing to score in five of their past six away games, and was rewarded with a no-nonsense display. Marc Guehi, back from a suspension of his own, marshalled the retooled Eagles defence well against the aerial threat of Kieffer Moore and the guile of Solanke. The defence and midfield were quick to pounce on second balls, while their frontrunners always posed a threat on the break.
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Odsonne Édouard (Crystal Palace) left footed shot from the left side of the six yard box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Wilfried Zaha. Substitution, Crystal Palace. Will Hughes replaces Michael Olise. Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Siriki Dembélé (Bournemouth) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Foul by Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace). Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) wins a free kick on the left wing. Siriki Dembélé (Bournemouth) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top centre of the goal.
Palace bounce back with victory at BournemouthBournemouth have conceded more first-half goals, and more goals from corners, than any other Premier League team in 2022-23Bournemouth boss Gary O'Neil described Saturday's 2-0 home defeat by Crystal Palace as "the worst I've seen" since he took over in late August. O'Neil, confirmed as head coach during the World Cup after impressing as caretaker, said: "That's the first time since I've taken charge that we fell well below the standards that we've set, and the standards that we need.
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"I was really disappointed with nearly all aspects of the day. We looked so flat, and there were so many errors with the ball. "Opposite number Patrick Vieira felt a sense of "relief" as Palace recovered from back-to-back Premier League defeats to finish 2022 on a high. "People had doubts about us but I know my players well and how well they can play, " said the Frenchman. "It's important to trust the players we have, when you have a young group of players, there will be some ups and downs. "Everybody needs to control the emotion and manage our expectations.