Zaha delight at victory

Wilfried Zaha scored twice for Crystal Palace as they beat Brighton 2-0 in the Championship semi-final second leg at the Amex Stadium and he was lost for words afterwards.

Last Updated: 13/05/13 at 22:29 Post Comment

Wilfried Zaha: Heads Crystal Palace into the lead

Wilfried Zaha: Heads Crystal Palace into the lead

Zaha's goals mean Palace will play Watford in the final at Wembley and the Manchester United-bound youngster found it hard to describe his feelings.

He told Sky Sports: "I can't explain it. No words can express how I feel.

"I have played for Palace for ten years. I am just happy I scored and finished strong for the club.

"We go to Wembley now and that's a dream"

Julian Speroni starred in the Palace goal and played down his part in the victory.

He said: "I just do my job and I am pleased I helped the team go through."

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