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PALACE 1 FULHAM 4 - The Cottagers record a much-needed victory, thanks to two first-half stunners and a couple from set-pieces shortly after the break. Stay with us for report, reaction and ratings from Selhurst Park.
Berbatov's work is done, with the goalscorer making way for Hugo Rodallega.
Rhys Benjamin is a hard man to please: 'I wonder how many more Fulham could have had had Martin Jol not been the manager? The formation tonight was beyond words. Jol played Fulham too wide, and not attacking enough. Why did it take 20 minutes for him to stop sleeping?'
Fulham's Richardson receives a card on his birthday from referee Lee Mason - a yellow one for a foul on Bolasie.
Fulham attempt to solidify their midfield by introducing Damien Duff for striker Bent, who has been largely anonymous.
Chris Green has emailed in to register his annoyance at Palace's defending: 'Crystal Palace had a great start to the game, but this is now long in the memory and I dread to think what Holloway will say to his players once the final-whistle has blown. Their defending has been woeful at times, and this has cost them dearly!'
Palace throw on another striker, with veteran Kevin Phillips dispatched from the bench to replace Gayle.
Palace's response to going 4-1 down is to introduce Chamakh from the bench, with Puncheon making way.
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