Holloway hails awesome Murray

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway hailed "another fantastic performance" after watching his side beat Derby 3-0 to remain top of the Championship.

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Ian Holloway: Crystal Palace boss praised a 'fantastic' performance agai

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Glenn Murray scored two and set-up another for Andre Moritz as the Eagles' quality and experience told against a youthful looking Derby side.

"It's yet another fantastic performance against a good team," Holloway said.

"They didn't stop from start to finish and the professionalism and determination to keep this run going is awesome and I have to say it's an absolute pleasure to watch them play at the moment.

"So, very excited, well done, it's a great performance and it shows signs of being a bit more than solid."

"That's seven in three (Murray has) scored for me. Quite awesome, his second goal was as good as I've seen. Brilliant - his strength to hold him off then to come in and then flip it over (the goalkeeper)."

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