Wilfried Zaha has advised his Crystal Palace teammates to push more in the opposition attacking third in a bid to create more chances.
Goals have dried up for Palace as the London outfit have netted the least number of goals so far in the Premier League. Despite having the likes of Zaha and Andros Townsend their struggle to find the back of the net has been petty evident.
In the absence of Christian Benteke, the onus has been on Zaha but the former Manchester United forward hasn’t really lived up to the expectation. Zaha has been leading the charge but has called on his co-players to shoulder more responsibility.
“To win games you need to be more clinical. That’s something we need to work on because I feel we definitely should have won that game. Especially after beating Manchester City it would have been nice to win that game.
“It’s something we need to work on going forward. It was a very frustrating game because having that many chances and nobody scoring – we need to do better and be better if we want to get up the table.
“The main thing is making chances but then we need to be ruthless in front of goal.”