CRYSTAL Palace defender Jonathan Parr was delighted to watch team-mate Dwight Gayle come off the substitutes' bench and grab two dramatic goals against Liverpool on Monday. The Norwegian left-back was an unused substitute at Selhurst Park and believes Gayle will get more of a chance next season under Tony Pulis. Parr also credited Glenn Murray for the role he played too in setting up the equaliser later on. He said: "It was amazing. It didn't look good after 70 minutes and I didn't really see how we were going to get back in it, but it was a great goal by Damien Delaney. "It was a big deflection but it got us rolling and you could see Liverpool got a bit nervous. "Gayley and Glenn coming on did really well, with their goals and hold-up play. They did a really big job in us turning it around. "We know Dwight a goalscorer and I'm sure he will get more chances next season. "It was fun to watch, and even though I wanted to be out there playing, it was a great one."
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