Eze, Zaha strikes give Palace 2-1 win at Southampton

Wilfried Zaha scored a last-gasp winner as Crystal Palace came from behind to claim a 2-1 win at Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday.

With the game seemingly headed for a draw, substitute Zaha latched onto a pass from James McArthur at the edge of the box in the second minute of stoppage time and squeezed in a fine low finish.

Earlier, the hosts took the lead through Oriol Romeu in the ninth minute when the Spaniard headed home from a James Ward-Prowse corner before Palace's Conor Gallagher spurned a great chance to equalise minutes later as he put his free header wide.

Crystal Palace came from behind to beat Southampton.
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Eberechi Eze, who had looked threatening for Palace in the first half, levelled the match on the hour mark with a cushioned left-footed finish past Fraser Forster, who had palmed away Jordan Ayew's dangerous cross minutes earlier.

Palace are 12th in the standings with 41 points, one ahead of Southampton in 15th.