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Watford 1-1 Crystal Palace : Allardyce Settles For Draw in First Game.



Vicarage Road rumbles as Crystal Palace under Sam Allardyce was is a power too much for the Watford side. Right from the first minute the Crystal Palace side were much of an attacking force for Watford but what counted was the 26th minute lead by the Eagles, Cabaye breaking Unexpectedly into the Watford defense, making their offside trap useless to finish off a Crystal Palace goal.


The Game still one sided would have ended early for Watford as the Watford goalie made no mistake in taking out the Belgian forward Benteke awarding the Eagles a penalty  in the 30th minute but the Watford goalie was excellent in taking out Benteke's kick giving hope to the Watford side.


First 45, ended in favour of Watford who in 71 minute makes the Palace dominance a waste, making an impressive start and eventually leveling the game from the penalty Spot, Troy Deeney turning the Damien Delaney foul on Prodl count, making his first goal since 1st October.


Walter Mazzarri's men gained more motivation from their goal and became more dangerous to the Palace defense, Troy Deeney also tried another long range before the end, while pushing for a win in the last minutes but all efforts ended out unsuccessful.
The Game ended square and Walter Mazzarri's men will be happy for a draw, in a game that had no hope in the first half. Sam Allardyce would be contented with his Squared result as a loss would be  a bad start in his new job as Palace manager.
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