LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 12: Wilfried Zaha of Crystal Palace battles for possession with Kiko Femenia of Watford during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Watford FC at Selhurst Park on January 12, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images)

Watford right-back Kiko Femenía has lauded the fans and the collective effort of his team for their 2-1 away win at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Cathcart’s own goal gave Palace the lead in the 38th minute of the game, but he quickly turned from zero to hero in the 67th minute when he nodded in the equalizer from a corner kick sent in by Jose Holebas.

Tom Cleverley then came off the bench and scored in the 74th minute to give the visitors a 2-1 victory at Selhurst Park.
“Crystal Palace played a great game, and they are usually strong at home, so it’s a great win for us,” Femenía told the club’s website.

“Zaha is a very good player so it was a tough game for us, especially with the goal that we conceded from the corner – we are disappointed with that – but it was a great turnaround.

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“We are very happy with the win and very happy with how we have started the new year.”

The 27-year-old then thanked the traveling fans for helping them seal the victory.

“We always try to make them happy, we are very happy with them for the support they give us every game,” said the Spaniard.

“Hopefully we can give them more things to enjoy.”