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Mitchell scored the first Crystal Palace goal to seal his comeback win against Aston Villa

Crystal Palace hit striker Wilfried Zaha twice in the second half in an entertaining Premier League match at Selhurst Park, outpacing Tyrick Mitchell for a 3-2 win over Aston Villa.

Defender Mitchell left 84 minutes to 3-2 from the cross of Eberechi Eze in the home of defender, after doing Zaha 2-2, attacking towards the Villa box and a diverted effort from Ahmed El Mohammed.

Villa striker Anwar El-Ghazi had the visitors 2-1. Captain John McGinn's side-legged opener was canceled by Christian Benteke's header in the first half.

The result is the Villa's

- Season 81, when the Birmingham-based side won the top flight title. Roy Hodgson's Palace session is 13 to 44 points, there are two places behind the Villa 49. The Palace is going to Tottenham Hotspur, while the Palace hosts Arsenal on Wednesday.

Mitchell said at Sky Sports about her goal. I was just gambling. I tried to go back for the first cross and then thought I would stay around when it came back. I just tried to be in the right place. I knew it hit my shoulder, I was a little scared for a moment (that wouldn't be allowed).

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“It's been a great season… and I'm humming. I didn't think I would stand out this much, and I'm just grateful to the manager. I learned a lot every week how tough the Premier League is, but I feel much more confident in myself. "

By the way, McGinn said Villa must be. More "street wise" and better defense after allowing Palace to seal the backstop win. “We checked the game and scored two good goals. We had to build on that, but the second half was not the standards we set this season, so we need to look at it. "

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