YANNICK Bolasie says Crystal Palace's attentions have been immediately switched to facing – and beating – Newcastle United at home following Saturday's narrow defeat at Chelsea. The winger, who came on as a second half substitute at Stamford Bridge, was delighted with the team performance and says there were a lot of good things to take away from the game. "Yes, definitely, I thought it was a good performance from the boys," Bolasie said. "I don't think we deserved to lose, but that's football. I think we've got to take credit from this performance again and bring it to Newcastle at home. "We pushed them (Chelsea) back well and I thought we could have nicked one but it was unfortunate. "The manager was pleased with the performance but he is looking to the next game now. We have to bring it to the next game. "The boys want to make it a fortress at home like last season so we'll all be looking forward to that. "There are positives to take against a top four team like Chelsea. "I was just glad to be out there and helping the team and also bringing what I do best."
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