12 jan. 2016 - Aston Villa secure their first win under Remi Garde after an awful mistake by Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey. 12 jan. 2016 - Remi Garde gets his first win as Villa manager, thanks to a clanger from Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey. 26 dec. 2013 - Dwight Gayle's late winner moves Crystal Palace out of the relegation zone as Aston Villa suffer a fourth straight loss. Wayne Hennessey's howler allowed Joleon Lescott to score the winner as Aston Villa beat Crystal Palace 1-0 to record their first Premier League victory since the opening day of the season. Alan Pardew says Palace's 1-0 loss to Villa was one of their worst performances of the season so far. He was lucky to avoid a card of either colour. Ooh, that looked close. No goals, and not many surprises, to be honest. However, Pardew reacted to his side's lacklustre opening period by making a double change at the break, introducing both Dwight Gayle and Gordon Mutch in place of Wilfried Zaha and Murray, with the changes appearing to have an immediate effect on the hosts' attacking endeavours. Aston Villa 1-0 Crystal Palace Villa have done it! I marked that down as a Hennessey own goal, but it might be credited to Lescott, I suppose. Puncheon has been quiet, which is not usually like him. That day, Villa were beaten 1-0 at home by Palace. Aston Villa 1-0 Crystal Palace Hennessey og 58 8. They need some calm and vision in midfield. And it was Grealish who stamped his authority on proceedings in the first half, with the 19-year-old not looking like a player taking part in his first Play Green Lantern Slot Online at Casino.com UK of the season after a recent ankle injury. Aston Villa 0-0 Crystal Palace 8. Crystal Palace 2-1 Aston Villa: Now Gana is booked for a foul on Chamakh as Palace looked to break. It was Remi Garde's first win in 11 matches since he took over from Tim Sherwood, ending Villa's run of 19 Premier League games without victory. The Mali international hit a winner three minutes from time on his Palace debut after the match had appeared to be heading for a draw. Idrissa Gueye is chased by James McArthur. Palace took the game back to the home side, but failed to create any real clear-cut chances to get back into it. It was the right call: However, with just Alex McCarthy to beat, the Villa forward shot wastefully straight at the stand-in Eagles goalkeeper when it seemed easier to score, a miss that seemed to breathe new life into the home side. The comeback starts here! This has been a really impressive defensive showing from Villa.