Schlupp's second-half goal, which was Crystal Palace's first shot on target, was his 10th in 142 appearances in the Premier League, but it was the first time that the German-born full-back has scored in back-to-back top-flight games in his career.
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Substitute Jeffrey Schlupp scored in the 76th minute as 10-man Crystal Palace beat Bournemouth 1-0 on Tuesday to provisionally move up to fifth in the Premier League.
The Eagles, already without Gary Cahill, Scott Dann and Joel Ward in defence, then suffered another blow when Patrick van Aanholt hobbled off nine minutes later with a hamstring injury.More news: James Harden scores 60 points in 31 minutes vs Hawks
"It looked like we were doomed but the players showed they didn't think they were doomed with the character they showed".
Bournemouth, meanwhile, are just four points above the relegation zone after losing their last four games in a row.
"It was not good enough", manager Eddie Howe said.
"The Premier League is so tough and we now have two really tough games to come, but they are all hard". "We needed a little bit more guile and creativity but it was lacking today".More news: The New Jaguar F-Type Is Still Achingly Pretty!
On a chilly night Palace's fans at least kept up a noisy chorus to add some atmosphere and they were rewarded when Schlupp advanced unopposed down the left and fired a powerful left-foot shot through keeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Palace nearly made it 2-0 when James McArthur's dipping shot was turned away by Ramsdale.
Mamadou Sakho made some unwanted history in the first game to be broadcast live on Amazon Prime when he was dismissed after just 20 minutes.More news: Roger that: Federer's face to be minted on Swiss coin