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Palace midfield ace: I thought my shot was in against Brighton

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CRYSTAL Palace star Jonny Williams says he thought his shot was going in against Brighton in the second half of Monday's 2-0 win.
The 19-year-old found himself in a one-on-one situation shortly into the second period but saw his effort go inches the wrong side of the post.
"Looking back on it, it was the first real chance since I scored my first Palace goal," he told Advertiser Sport.
"I was gutted to miss but I've been happy to get in goalscoring opportunities more recently and taking a shot on.
"I don't think I did too much wrong and I actually thought it was in.
"Wilf then went on to score two great goals and that was a relief, excitement and happiness - it was just an amazing night."
Williams made way for Yannick Bolasie soon after in a tactical switch made by boss Ian Holloway, but the Welsh international wasn't too disappointed to come off.
"I was happy to start and I thought I put a shift in," he said.
"I wasn't too disappointed to come off really. I trust the manager and he brought on Yannick, who came on and made an impact, but everyone played well on the night and we deserved what we got.
"It was great to come out with that kind of result after the last time we played there and it shows how far we've come as a team really.
"The performance was unbelievable from the players and the staff, everything was spot on really and the tactics.
"We played well and the fans were awesome too."

Palace midfield ace: I thought my shot was in against Brighton


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