Crystal Palace picked up their first victory of the season with a 2-1 win over Chelsea at Selhurst Park, according to Evening Standard. Crystal Palace put up an impressive performance throughout the encounter and was able to score their first goal of the season when Yohan Cabaye forced the ball down off his chest, which bounced off David Luiz and into the back of the net off Chelsea defender César Azpilicueta in the eleventh minutes. Seven minutes later, Tiemoué Bakayoko leveled the scoreline with a powerful header off a corner kick cross before Wilfred Zaha doubled the lead for Crystal Palace minutes before half-time.

Later in the second half, Roy Hodgson's men began piling up the pressure, creating chances up front and were able to hold on their lead to full time. Crystal Palace is at the bottom of the standings with three points, while Chelsea is fifth with 13 points. Here's an analysis of the match.

Crystal Palace outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Julian Speroni (6.68). Defender - Joel Ward (6.90), Mamadou Sakho (6.90), Scott Dann (six points), Patrick van Aanholt (6.60). Midfielder - James McArthur (6.37), Yohan Cabaye (seven points), Luka Milivojevic (7.58), Jeffrey Schlupp (six points). Forward - Andros Townsend (seven points), Wilfried Zaha (8.11). Used substitutes - Jairo Riedewald (5.96), Timothy Fosu-Mensah (six points), Jason Puncheon (6.08).

Team's strength and weakness: Crystal Palace often stole the ball from Chelsea players and were able to create chances from long shots and through individual efforts. However, they also lost possession and committed a high number of individual stumbles.

Style of play: Roy Hodgson's side had a high shot frequency when in possession.

Chelsea outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Thibaut Courtois (six points). Defender - David Luiz (6.09), César Azpilicueta (6.80), Gary Cahill (6.93), Victor Moses (six points), Marcos Alonso (6.88). Midfielder - Tiemoué Bakayoko (8.71), Cesc Fàbregas (8.38). Forward - Willian (6.28), Michy Batshuayi (6.37), Eden Hazard (6.73).

Used substitutes - Charly Musonda (5.77), Davide Zappacosta (6.29), Pedro (6.30).

Team's strength and weakness: Chelsea also stole the ball from Palace players and were able to create chances from set pieces and long-range strikes. However, they were often caught offside and committed several individual errors.

Style of play: Antonio Conte's side favored long shots and through balls.

Man of the Match

Wilfried Zaha was in a solid form for Crystal Palace. Zaha's first goal since May apparently gave Roy Hodgson's side their first win of the season. Aside from scoring, the Ivorian had two key passes and completed forty-seven touches.

Week 9 fixtures for both teams

Chelsea will take on in-form Watford on Saturday 21 October. The same weekend, Newcastle United will play host to Crystal Palace at Saint James' Park.