Crystal Palace 0-3 Huddersfield: David Wagner hails 'clinical' Terriers

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Frank de Boer comments on likelihood of Palace signing imposing defender

14 August, 2017

Where next for De Boer and Crystal Palace?

David Wagner's side celebrated their first Premier League win with joyous celebrations, the players standing in a line and linking arms in front of their travelling supporters, who cheered loudly every time their heroes raised their hands in the air.

Palace's players were jeered as an own goal from Joel Ward and two strikes from Huddersfield's £11.5million record-signing Steve Mounie confirmed the 3-0 loss. The result does not show how the game was because Palace had their chances too. We stuck to our game plan, kept them away from our goal. But there is something memorable about the first round of league fixtures - and the 2016/17 Premier League delivered a thriller, as Liverpool beat Arsenal 4-3.

With the home crowd in full voice, however, they were unable to capitalise and it was Sergio Aguero who finally broke the deadlock on 70 minutes before a Lewis Dunk own goal sealed the points five minutes later. He has done well to sign Chelsea youngster Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan, while also bringing in 20-year-old defender Jairo Riedewald from Ajax.

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Fjortoft has indicated he does not feel that De Boer's style of play is right for Palace and suggested it could take the club down to the Championship. "The consequences of our work has shown and we hope we do well in the next game". Tom Ince missed a chance but we were clinical and had the right fight, attitude an togetherness. We created five or six very good opportunities and scored three times.

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"It looks very promising for him to play again and to get back at the level he was at." the Dutchman claimed.

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