Burnley 3-3 Crystal Palace: Maxwel Cornet’s thunder volley ensures the spoils are shared after Christian Benteke and Marc Guehi goals gave Eagles the lead in an enthralling first-half
- Christian Benteke gave Crystal Palace the lead after just eight minutes
- But Ben Mee and Chris Wood both scored to give Sean Dyche’s side the lead
- Benteke struck again after 36 minutes before Marc Guehi put Palace ahead
- The in-form Maxwel Cornet scored again with a superb volley to put Bunley level
Burnley and Crystal Palace played out an enthralling 3-3 draw at Turf Moor as Patrick Vieira’s side extended their unbeaten run to seven games.
Christian Benteke gave Palace the lead after eight minutes with a strike that took a significant deflection off James Tarkowski. That was followed by goals from Ben Mee and Chris Wood as Burnley turned the game on it’s head.
But Vieira’s men got on level terms through Benteke again and then took the lead four minutes before the interval through Marc Guehi’s close-range strike. The in-form Maxwel Cornet put Sean Dyche’s men on level terms with a superb strike four minutes into the second-half.
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Christian Benteke gave Crystal Palace the lead with a left footed striker after just eight minutes
Ben Mee put Burnley on level terms with a header from a corner after 19 minutes
Chris Wood (right) gave the Clarets the lead with another header 27 minutes into the first half
Burnley (4-4-2): Pope, Lowton, Mee(c), Tarkowski, Taylor, Brownhill, Gudmundsson, Westwood, McNeil, Cornet, Wood
Subs: Pieters, Bardsley, Lennon, Rodriguez, Hennessey, Long, Vydra, Collins, Cork
Scorers: Mee (19′) Wood (27′) Cornet (49′)
Manager: Sean Dyche
Crystal Palace (4-3-3): Guaita, Ward, Guehi, Andersen, Mitchell, Kouyate, Milivojevic(c), Gallagher, Zaha, Benteke, Ayew
Subs: Edouard, Olise, Kelly, Tomkins, Hughes, Butland, Schlupp, Clyne, Eze
Scorers: Benteke (8′, 36′) Guehi (42′)
Manager: Patrick Vieira
Referee: Simon Hooper
Benteke grabbed his second goal of the game to put Crystal Palace on level terms
Marc Guehi smashed in his first goal for Palace after the ball fell to him from close-range
The in-form Maxwel Cornet struck a superb volley four minutes into the second-half
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