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Crystal Palace go viral with TikTok video that even have Burnley fans amused after defeat

Crystal Palace have managed to go viral with a TikTok video that even have Burnley fans were left amused after their side’s 2-0 defeat.

Goals in either half from Jeffrey Schlupp and Tyrick Mitchell gave the South London outfit a 2-0 victory at Burnley last Saturday.

This result meant that Burnley become the first team in English top-flight history to lose first six home games of a season.

And judging from Palace’s social media activity, they couldn’t help but aim some mockery at last weekends opponents, as can be seen below.

It show various match highlights, including trickery, top saves and goals, but after each clip, it’s followed by a meme…

@cpfc Part 1 | Meme? πŸ‘€ #crystalpalace #premierleague #fyp #memestiktok ♬ original sound – Crystal Palace

Player ratings

Burnley: Trafford (6), Vitinho (7), Beyer (5), O’Shea (6), Taylor (7), Berge (6), Brownhill (6), Gudmundsson (6), Koleosho (7), Amdouni (6), Rodriguez (5).

Subs: Redmond (5), Odobert (6), Tresor,

Crystal Palace: Johnstone (7), Ward (6), Andersen (8), Guehi (6), Mitchell (7), Lerma (6), Hughes (6), Doucoure (7), Ayew (7), Edouard (5), Schlupp (7).

Subs: Eze (7), Ahamada (6), Clyne (6), Richards (n/a).

Player of the match: Joachim Andersen.

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson to Sky Sports:

“We can play better than we did, when we did win the ball back we sometimes surrendered it a bit more cheaply than we needed to with the quality in our team.

“Normally in those positions I’d expect more from us. Burnley were good, they put us under a lot of pressure, but it was an outstanding defensive performance and our game management was good.

“Credit to Burnley, they got around the ball very quickly and didn’t give us much time.”

On Jeffrey Schlupp’s opener: “We realised they are good at playing out from the back, they do it well but they do take the odd chance and we hoped we could punish one of the moments when they didn’t get it quite right. Jordan chose his moment perfectly, his cross was good and Schlupp did brilliantly to make up the ground to get there.”

On Eberechi Eze’s return: “It was a difficult game for him, we didn’t have the ball as much as we’d like. To get the best out of him, you have to get the ball to him. We didn’t get him into the game as much as we would like, but that’s the nature of the game.”

Burnley manager Vincent Kompany to BBC Match of the Day: “I think it’s very simple, at the moment there are individual mistakes. That’s what’s costing us at this moment in time. I do believe in a game like this you can still turn it around and give yourself chances. But it’s a game of fine margins. It’s a difficult result of course.

“Look, the reality of the league is what it is. You can’t hide away from it. The performance was good, we had chances. We didn’t score, we conceded very little chances but we made a big mistake and that cost us. That’s the reality of this league.

“Putting things into context, it’s not supposed to be easy when you come up. We’ve just got to dust ourselves off and get ready to perform again and believe we will get the results that we need.

“You create the chances so you’ve got to be doing something to do that. I have every belief Jay Rodriguez can score, he’s been doing that all his career. And a few others are on that path to become those players. That’s a big thing for us to say, for us to lose one or two players is a big thing. We need everyone firing on all cylinders to get those goals and wins.

“We have to keep doing the work, stay calm. I’m not happy but I’m extremely motivated. It’s a good squad and staff and people to work with.”

On boos from the home fans at full-time: “The frustration came because we conceded the second goal 30 seconds before the final whistle. And of course it happens because we’re sending players forward. But the fans are always behind us, they’ve been behind us today again. After you lose you will feel disappointed, like we already do.

“I’m fully focused on these players. We need to make sure this team gets results.”

This is what fans said as Crystal Palace go viral with a TikTok video that even have Burnley fans amused after their defeat…

@ew_931: Well done πŸ˜‚ πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘ #CPFC

Josh: right Palace I’m a Burnley fan but that. was. amazing.

EZE.CC: Jordan ayew has the defenders dancing

@Puffin_CPFC: We haven’t got the touch to be rolling this sorta thing out

@stereid2: Fantastic πŸ˜‚

π•œπ•’π•š π•žπ• π•£π•–π•π•’π•Ÿπ•• 𝕕𝕛: As a Burnley fan I can’t be upset with this edit 😭😭😭🀣

@AdamDaubeney: Hahaha classic this!

@EaglesPerchCPFC: Love this!! πŸ˜πŸ˜†

cpfcloucs: Admin we need more vids like this 🀩🀩

Anna πŸ₯°: Flawless technique, exquisite precision

d6ghex1: got a soft spot for palace after this one πŸ˜‚

navtom73: great work

cp.07_: Admin needs a raise

AlastairCowley: Imagine being a Burnley fan watching this lol

charliemacdonald91: Great job admin. editor needs a raise

Daj.: Not a palace fan but this is class πŸ‘

Niklas: I might start supporting Palace πŸ˜…

alfiewaltonparker: you have the Blackburn seal of approval

πŸ”΅Harrisonβšͺ️ ✝️: As a Blackburn fan this is so funny πŸ˜‚

Markus: Now support Crystal Palace

ZachAndThat: Palace admin, untouched.

NatΓ‘lia G: I actually love this πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Jack: My brain hurts from all these memes. I love it

danielcpfc09: Please do this every week admin β€οΈπŸ’™πŸ¦…

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