Published: Sun, August 13, 2017
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Premier League 16/17 Profit/Loss Table

Premier League 16/17 Profit/Loss Table

As one door closes, another one has opened for retiring Huddersfield Town captain Mark Hudson.

The lead was doubled just three minutes later through Mounie's fine header and the hosts were lucky not to see De Boer's first game in charge take a further turn for the worse before half-time.

To be fair to Huddersfield, they came with a game plan and executed it well, with Palace boss Frank de Boer admitting afterwards that the Terriers deserved their win and that the Eagles have had a "very hard lesson".

The Eagles faithful will be hopeful they can perform better than their last campaign, where the prospect of relegation to the Championship seemed a reality, however with a new manager at the helm, things could be on the up for the south London club.

The table below shows the returns you would have obtained by investing £20 in every Premier League team throughout the 16/17 season.

Cristopher Schindler flicked Aaron Mooy's corner to the far post, where Mathias Jorgensen's off-target effort found the net via the unfortunate Ward.

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Palace did improve after the break and Christian Benteke saw a headed effort well saved by visiting keeper Jonas Lossl 10 minutes after the restart.

Dann blazed over in Palace's last chance to halve the deficit, with Mounie giving Huddersfield further reason for jubilation as he beat Hennessey's glove from Collin Quaner's pull back. "We are aware but it doesn't change that we are ambitious". "The Premier League is a great competition to be involved in and it is a great opportunity to be working under Frank de Boer once again having been with him at Ajax".

The 19-year-old was the first teenager to start a Premier League game for Crystal Palace since Tom Soares and Ben Watson in May 2005, and Mensah proved his capabilities with a solid performance against the recently promoted side.

- Only one of the eight Dutchmen to manage in the Premier League has won in their first game in the competition (Guus Hiddink).

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