We rate the Crystal Palace players from their impressive 3-1 victory over Liverpool.
Julian Speroni - 6
A commanding performance from the Argentine shot-stopper. Nothing he could have done with Rickie Lambert's early opener. Was largely untested due to his side's impressive defence.
Martin Kelly - 7
This victory would have been very sweet for Martin Kelly, as he showed his former club exactly what they were missing. Sturdy in defence and energetic going forward, this was a good performance from the Crystal Palace right-back.
Scott Dann - 8
A superb performance from the centre-back. Largely dominated the Liverpool attack and is looking a vital member of Neil Warnock's defence.
Damien Delaney - 7
Dealt with everything that came his way. A good display from the centre-back, who seems to enjoying playing against Liverpool.
Joel Ward - 7
The Palace full-back is one the team's stars and he was in good form this afternoon. Very rarely beaten by the Liverpool attack, he also looked a threat going forward.
Mile Jedinak - 8
When Jedinak plays well, Palace play well and the Australian was on the top of his game today. His sensational free-kick goal towards the end was reward for a brilliant performance.
Joe Ledley - 8
Perpetual motion, Ledley never gave Liverpool's midfield a break and they struggled to settle into any rhythm as a result. Took his goal like an experienced striker.
Yannick Bolasie - 9
Man of the match. Bolasie is sometimes frustratingly inconsistent, but there can be no doubting his threat. He was on the top of his game in this match and tormented the Liverpool defence time after time. His two assists highlighted his threat.
Jason Puncheon - 7
Wasn't as involved as many of the other Palace attackers, but still did a decent job for his side throughout.
Marouane Chamakh - 8
Often derided for his performances at Arsenal, Chamakh looks to be enjoying life far more at Selhurst Park. The Moroccan is thriving in an attacking midfield role for the club and showcased his ability today.
Dwight Gayle - 8
His constant exclusion from the first-team has baffled many Palace fans this season, but he looks set to stay in the first-team now. A constant threat, he scored with a true striker's finish to set the Eagles on their way.