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Rewind: When Cantona attacked a fan

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 By Jim Daly

Zaha, Chamakh impress as Palace's astonishing hot streak continues

Marouane Chamakh, right, helped himself to a brace while Wilfried Zaha, left, had a hand in all three goals as Palace ran out 3-2 winners over the Saints.

There's a good chance we might have entered a parallel universe at the start of 2015. A universe where Palace win games, playing attacking, exciting football and are sixth favourites to win the FA Cup. If anyone had suggested such nonsense back in December when the Eagles were struggling to impress under Neil Warnock all that would have seemed like some sort of Hollywood sports epic, and yet here we are, three weeks into January, with Palace one of the form teams in England.

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Alan Pardew now has...

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Ronald Koeman: Southampton's early FA Cup exit a 'pity' with big teams out

Graziano Pelle opened the scoring early, but Southampton eventually lost to Crystal Palace.

On a day of major upsets, Southampton joined other top Premier League clubs on their way out of the FA Cup, much to the chagrin of Saints boss Ronald Koeman.

Southampton joined Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham in bowing out of the competition on Saturday, and Koeman called the Saints' 3-2 defeat at Crystal Palace a "pity."

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"'Everybody will say the same -- it's a pity because the big ones are out of the FA Cup,'' the Dutchman said. ''You know it's difficult to beat every team, not about...

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Alan Pardew delighted by Marouane Chamakh's double for Crystal Palace

Marouane Chamakh drew rave reviews for his performance against a tough Southampton side.

Alan Pardew heaped praise on man-of-the-match Marouane Chamakh after he inspired Crystal Palace to victory in a pulsating, goal-laden FA Cup tie at Southampton.

On a day of thrilling ties, this fourth-round clash did not disappoint as Palace twice came from behind to eventually triumph 3-2 at St Mary's.

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All five goals came in the first half, with Graziano Pelle opening the scoring after nine minutes -- only for Chamakh to draw parity moments later.

Scott Dann's own goal put Saints back in the driving...

Crystal Palace come from behind to stun in-form Southampton

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Marouane Chamakh inspired Crystal Palace's progress to the FA Cup fifth round as Alan Pardew oversaw victory against former club Southampton in a pulsating, goal-laden tie.

A lot has changed since Saints travelled to Selhurst Park on Boxing Day, with that 3-1 defeat leading to Neil Warnock's sacking and the appointment of the popular former Eagles midfielder.

Even the most optimistic of Palace fans, though, could not have predicted Pardew's impact, with this 3-2 win - their second in succession...

When Manchester United's Eric Cantona attacked a fan in 1995

The ESPN FC crew revisit Eric Cantona's kung-fu kick against a Crystal Palace fan from over 20 years ago, where Cantona was suspended nine months from Manchester United.

On Jan. 25, 1995, with one ugly kick off the field, Eric Cantona managed to overshadow any of his most beautiful kicks on it. During a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace, the Manchester United forward had lost control, crossing the line in every sense: he threw himself, feet first, at Palace supporter Matthew Simmons.

Even before that night 20 years ago, Cantona had been labelled Le Brat by the French press. After a series of incidents in his homeland, he had announced his retirement from the game in 1991...