Back in the Day: November 6th - Palace Storm to the Top of the Championship

Back in the Day

Saturday 6th November 1982

Chelsea 0-0 Crystal Palace

League Division Two – Att: 15,169

Manager: Alan Mullery

Tuesday 6th November 1984

Crystal Palace 2-2 Shrewsbury Town

League Division Two – Att: 4,048

Manager: Steve Coppell

Tuesday 6th November 2007

Cardiff City 1-1 Crystal Palace

Championship – Att: 11,781

Manager: Neil Warnock

Darren Purse (9) gave the hosts the lead before Ben Watson (44) equalised from the penalty spot. This game would be more remembered for the debut of Victor Moses, replacing John Bostock, as a second-half substitute.

Tuesday 6th November 2012

Crystal Palace 5-0 Ipswich Town

Championship – Att: 15,517

Manager: Ian Holloway

Middlesbrough and Cardiff dropped points on the same night and this meant that Palace, after going 12 games unbeaten with 9 wins and 3 draws, finally topped the Championship.

Yannick Bolasie (24) opened the scoring with his first goal for Palace:

Glenn Murray then scored a hat-trick, two from the spot, and also saw a penalty saved:

And Andre Moritz, also scoring his first goal for the Club, capped off the night with a fifth in injury time.

We are top of the league!

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