CRYSTAL Palace striker Marouane Chamakh has expressed his disappointment of not taking at least a point against Aston Villa on Tuesday.
The Moroccan admits the Eagles may have suffered a taste of their own medicine for the way Paul Lambert's side won, pointing to the way Palace played last season at times.
"We should have got something," said Chamakh.
"I am really sad because I thought we could have done better than we did.
"I remember last season we won games similar to the way Villa did. We may have had two or three chances and then after the game we won 1-0.
"But this season that has changed and we had more shots, more dangerous situations and finally we leave with no points."
Don't miss the full interview with Chamakh in today's Croydon Advertiser.
By Mark Ritson (Twitter @MR_LWMedia)