There was no Emmanuel Adebayor on Saturday afternoon but Crystal Palace still netted themselves a winner in the fourth round of the FA Cup at Selhurst Park.
Indeed, Palace beat Stoke City 1-0 to put their recent struggles aside and keep their name in the hat for the fifth round.
The south London club have a proud FA Cup tradition and that can carry on thanks to Wilfried Zaha's winner at Selhurst.
For Stoke, however, it's further cup disappointment, with the Potters having been knocked out of the Capital One Cup semi-finals on penalties earlier this week.
Thought the boys were excellent and deserved win, now on to Tuesday night #cpfc— James Mcarthur (@jamesmcarthur16) January 30, 2016
Meanwhile, Jason Puncheon also congratulated goalscorer Zaha and celebrated his 100th appearance for Crystal Palace.
The win v Stoke certainly wasn't a bad way to go about it...