Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira laments ‘brutal’ Brighton attract and vows to rebuild Jordan Ayew self confidence

The Frenchman seemed to be on course for only his 2nd victory as Eagles manager in Monday night’s derby at Selhurst Park following Wilfried Zaha had scored his eighth profession intention vs . Brighton on the stroke of half-time, sending goalkeeper Robert Sanchez the completely wrong way from the penalty location just after the inspired Conor Gallagher was barged over by Leandro Trossard.

However, Palace ended up created to pay back for a evident late skip by Jordan Ayew, when, in the fifth minute of 2nd-half stoppage time, previous Brentford striker Neal Maupay lobbed Vicente Guaita to spark jubilant scenes among the going to supporters.

“This is the phrase – brutal, since we had a excellent recreation,” Vieira lamented after the complete-time whistle.

“It was a actually challenging recreation, enjoying against a good group but we scored prior to fifty percent-time and in the next fifty percent they didn’t build several probabilities.

“We experienced the opportunity to rating the second objective, did not get it and then we conceded at the end. It is brutal and I am seriously disappointed for the gamers due to the fact they worked hard to get the acquire.”

It is now 35 video games due to the fact Ayew past scored for Palace following he was performed in flawlessly by substitute Christian Benteke but could only fire meekly into the aspect netting.

Vieira insists such a disappointing complete stems from a lack of assurance and tasked himself with supporting the Ghanaian ahead to restore belief.

“Jordan was like every other participant, everyone was seriously dissatisfied not to consider the a few details,” the manager explained. “Obviously Jordan lacking the likelihood was important but when he doesn’t score, specifically a forward, listed here is a deficiency of confidence and self belief.

“It is my accountability to carry him back to what he can do and scoring ambitions.”

Tempers raged among both equally sets of gamers in hideous scenes after the final whistle following that late drama at Selhurst, but Vieira approved the flare-ups as basically element and parcel of a passionate derby contest.