Deeney's goal denies Allardyce first win as Eagles manager

Palace had another shout for a late penalty, when Zaha looked to have been brought down in the box by Miguel Britos but the referee instead opted to harshly book the winger for diving. "It is not a hard as the position Sunderland were in (when I took over)".

He will take training on Saturday and his first game in charge is away to Watford on Monday, the first of three games in nine days for Palace over the festive period.

It's only the fourth time in Premier League history a club has had two starting players subbed off in the opening 15 minutes, and Mazzarri was pleased with how his side coped.

Asked about Zaha's absence if Federation Internationale de Football Association complete the paperwork on his switch back to Ivory Coast, Allardyce added: "I haven't had long enough yet to sit him down and ask him about it". I have to sort those difficulties out, hopefully with my experience, and try to get a few more results on the board, particularly over Christmas and New Year, to make everybody feel more comfortable.

The former England manager had not overseen a Premier League game since Sunderland's 2-2 draw in this arena on the final day of last season.

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'I'll wait and see on the penalties and look on that in the week, ' he said.

Sam Allardyce says he has emerged from one of the "darkest moments" of his career after losing the England manager's job.

However despite the obvious disappointment, Allardyce was encouraged by the display. But this is Allardyce, a man who got fired from England just months ago after a single match because he was caught directing people how to circumvent transfer rules and who likes yelling about everything.

"On the balance of what happened it should have been a win but from our point of view there were too many chances thrown away".

Troy Deeney's 100th strike for Watford earned a 1-1 draw after Yohan Cabaye's opener, but Christian Benteke missed from the spot before Wilfried Zaha was booked for diving inside the area.