Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer sets their season target

Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer sets their season target

But Mounie showed he is as good with his feet as he is with his head as he lashed in Colin Quaner's pass from inside the box for the third goal in the 79th minute.

It looks like Palace have got themselves a great player in Timothy Fosu-Mensah.

De Boer looked bewildered in the first half as he saw his side get blown away in the first half to the Premier League's new boys.

Their season may yet descend into a battle for survival, but after Joel Ward's own goal, two fine finishes from club-record signing Steve Mounie gave David Wagner and his team significant reason to believe they may yet be capable of more. The Eagles are at home and they are better so it makes sense.

"We didn't want to start the season in this manner and nobody of course expected this result", De Boer said. Tom Ince missed a chance but we were clinical and had the right fight, attitude an togetherness. We lost the game in 15 minutes after starting quite well but we made the wrong decisions for their first two goals. Unless it's an injury time consolation when you're 5-0 down at the Etihad and Pep Guardiola is using the end of the game to experiment with an entire team of 11 overlapping full-backs.

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"I am seeing him in our system as a right centre back but he can also play full back in a 4-3-3".

"Of course it's a very poor start for everybody".

A sign of Huddersfield's plan to play aggressively in their first top-flight fixture for 45 years was that they also fouled Palace's Ruben Loftus-Cheek six times - the most in the Premier League on Saturday.

"It is incredible, a start like this and for me to score two goals on my Premier League debut".

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