- Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha scored a sensational goal as the Eagles were held at home against Brentford on Tuesday
- The Ivory Coast winger's curling strike earned him praises from Brentford manager Thomas Frank
- Wilfried Zaha is having a blistering start to the season and has attracted interest from Chelsea and Arsenal in the transfer window
Red-hot Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha left Brentford manager Thomas Frank speechless with his 'unbelievable' goal in last night's game.
The Ivorian forward produced a moment of magic to break the game's deadlock, after curling home brilliantly from the urge of the box.
After the game, Thomas Frank described the goal as unbelievable and rates the winger as one of the best in the English Premier League.
"Zaha produced, what a moment!," he said in a post-match interview. "If you take the best players in the league, if you guys watch it back, it's crazy how the ball is at his feet.
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"And he moves the ball, almost three inches to the right then boom, synchronization right corner. That's an unbelievable goal," he added.
Zaha gave the eagles the lead on the hour mark, but Brentford levelled late through Yoane Wissa.
The draw left Zaha frustrated as he felt they could have scored more to stop Brentford from getting anything from the match.
"Just one lapse of concentration ruined all of the hard work," Zaha told BT Sport. "We literally just had to keep it tight. As soon as we went in the lead we just start to defend, I don't see why we do that. If we just continued pressing on, I feel like we could have gotten a second and just ended the game, but we just let ourselves in the end."
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Wilfried Zaha has scored four goals in four matches this season for Crystal Palace.
Zaha reveals how he never spoke to Sir Alex Ferguson during his time at Manchester United
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that former Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock has revealed some shocking details about the relationship between Sir Alex Ferguson and Wilfried Zaha.
Zaha played under Ferguson for a very short time, but as Warnock explains, the head coach never spoke to the attacker.
The winger was signed by Manchester United in January 2013 but returned to Palace on loan for the rest of the season.