England international Andros Townsend believes Crystal Palace can take pride in themselves after the latter have gone six games unbeaten at Selhurst Park in the Premier League.
According to Evening Standard Sport, Palace have become accustomed to winning away games under manager Roy Hodgson which we saw the side achieve against Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United respectively.
Serbia international Luka Milivojevic made his 100th appearance for Palace and opened the scoreline in the 21st minute of the encounter against Norwich City.
Andros Townsend added the cherry on top when he slotted in the second goal for the Eagles in extra time- his first of the season which he was assisted by teammate Wilfried Zaha.
"I think we are always confident at home," Townsend told Standard Sport of their changing fortunes.
"Stats in the past they may have shown a different thing but every time we are at home we know how good these fans are, we're confident every time we step on the field.
"We know Selhurst Park is not an easy place to come, even if we have lost games in the past it has definitely not been a walkover, we have always made it difficult.
"It is always nice to know you're on an unbeaten run, but it doesn't change the confidence we feel when we step out at Selhurst."
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