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Crystal Palace fall to late hat-trick from trialist

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U21 Development League

Brentford 3-0 Palace

PALACE's U21 side fell to a disappointing 3-0 defeat at Brentford on Tuesday.

Club captain Paddy McCarthy was given game time for Gary Issott's side, while Hiram Boateng and Ryan Inniss were also given starts.

All three goals for the Bees came in the final several minutes after a stunning hat-trick from trialist Keshi Anderson, and it was Palace U21's second consecutive defeat.

Brentford thought they had taken the lead in wonderful fashion when Sam Saunders' long-range free-kick sailed over David Gregory and in, but the referee ruled the ball wasn't dead as the midfielder took aim.

Inniss went close with a header before Morgan Ferrier was denied with a second attempt by veteran goalkeeper Richard Lee, while Kyle de Silva also went close before the half-time break.

In the second half, Reise Allassani hot the post as Palace stepped up their efforts for the opener, but after further missed chances, Brentford punished Palace late on quite considerably.

Anderson's shot took a slight deflection off Inniss and went in off the crossbar to take the lead on 83 minutes.

Then, following a counter-attack, Anderson volleyed in a second after Gregory had parried a shot.

And at the death, the forward grabbed his and Brentford's third with a header to flatter the hosts' scoreline.

Palace: Gregory, Egbo, McCarthy, Inniss, Berkeley-Agyepong, Black (Adarabioyo 85), Boateng, Dymond, de Silva, Allassani, Ferrier. Subs not used: Simpson, Magri, Sow, Akiotu.

Crystal Palace fall to late hat-trick from trialist


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