A decent chunk of Liverpool's recent history can be filed under 'Being Shafted By Crystal Palace'. Liverpool's nadir (and everyone else's highlight) in this respect is the infamous 3-3 on the penultimate round of games in the 2013/14 season, in which a Liverpool side chasing an eight-goal differential on Man City made it to three before collectively wilting.
There have been other calamities: Steven Gerrard' final game at Anfield was predictably poo-poohed by Palace, while they have won each of their two trips to Liverpool since. Today, the clubs met in the Premier League Asia Trophy in Hong Kong, and Liverpool actually picked up a win: 2-0, with both goals coming in the second half.
The first goal was a strike by their new striker Dominic Solanke, whom the signed from Chelsea earlier this summer.
Here's the goal:
Divock Origi poked home the second goal after a bit of a scramble in the penalty area: