Jordan Ayew scored twice as Crystal Palace came from behind to beat Leeds United away on Sunday.
The Ghanaian international netted the Eagles’ 2nd and 5th goal in their 5-1 victory against Leeds at Elland Road.
Palace had been on the ropes under a storm of pressure from the hosts until Marc Guehi prodded in an equaliser (45+1) from a set-piece just before half-time after Patrick Bamford headed Leeds in front with his 50th goal for the club (21).
Roy Hodgson’s side were transformed in the second half and blew Leeds away with Michael Olise assisting three of the next four goals scored by Jordan Ayew (53, 77), Eberechi Eze (55) and Odsonne Edouard (69).
Palace are up into 12th in the table with two wins from two under their returning manager.
Leeds, meanwhile, have been dragged right back into a perilous position after Sunday’s defeat and results going against them earlier in the weekend with Wolves, Bournemouth and West Ham picking up wins. Javi Gracia’s side now sit just two points above the relegation zone with eight games to go.