July 17, 2024

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Dominant Crystal Palace Under-18s Secure 5-0 Victory, Advance to FA Youth Cup Fifth Round

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Crystal Palace Under-18s delivered a stellar performance in the FA Youth Cup fourth round, defeating Hull City 5-0 on a chilly Tuesday evening at the MKM Stadium. Zach Marsh netted twice, while Asher Agbinone, Hindolo Mustapha, and Seb Williams also found the back of the net, propelling the team into the fifth round.


  • Jemide replaced Adams-Collman as the sole change in the lineup.
  • Palace controlled the early proceedings but initially struggled to convert chances.
  • Mustapha opened the scoring in the 28th minute.
  • Agbinone extended the lead three minutes later with a well-placed finish.
  • Williams contributed a goal to make it three within five minutes.
  • Marsh added a fourth just before halftime.
  • At halftime, the score stood at Hull 0-4 Palace.
  • Marsh secured a brace immediately after the restart.
  • Palace maintained dominance throughout the second half.
  • Gibbard hit the post from distance with 15 minutes remaining.
  • Marsh was denied a hat-trick late in the game by the opposition’s goalkeeper.
  • The final score was Hull 0-5 Palace.

In the aftermath of the thrilling nine-goal encounter with West Ham United, Crystal Palace Under-18s made a trip to East Yorkshire for the FA Youth Cup fourth round clash against Hull City. Mofe Jemide entered the lineup, replacing Kai-Reece Adams-Collman, while Captain Zach Marsh continued to lead the attacking line after his impressive hat-trick against West Ham.

Despite the frigid conditions at the MKM Stadium, the young Eagles initiated a strong start, dominating possession and pressing aggressively from the front. Mustapha had notable chances, and with 28 minutes on the clock, he capitalized on a mistake by Hull City’s Archie Cooper to open the scoring. Agbinone doubled the lead three minutes later, courtesy of a surging run by Joe Gibbard.

Seb Williams added a third goal, showcasing excellent play from Marsh and Gibbard, while Marsh continued his goal-scoring form just before halftime, securing his sixth goal of the season and putting Palace 4-0 ahead.

The second half witnessed Marsh completing his brace with the fifth and final goal, as Mustapha’s pressing created an opportunity for Derry to set up Marsh. The young Eagles comfortably controlled the remainder of the game, with the defensive unit led by Jemide and Grante ensuring a clean sheet.

Despite opportunities for a sixth goal, including a post-hit by Gibbard and a late chance for Marsh, the match concluded with a resounding 5-0 victory for Crystal Palace. The win sets up a fifth-round clash against either Everton or Chelsea.

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