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A Michael Olise inspired Crystal Palace bounced back to seal a 2-1 FA Cup derby win over Millwall.

Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace side weathered a Lions storm in the first 45 as Olise turned on the style to send the visitors through.

Despite the gap in league positions between the sides, Palace gifted Millwall an early opener as Benik Afobe fired home from Jack Butland’s error.

However, the pressure was no issue for Palace after the break, as Olise took control.

The Frenchman twisted past two tackles before bending home a superb equaliser.

And his afternoon wasn’t finished there, as his inch perfect cross was nodded home by Jean-Phillipe Mateta to put Palace in the Fourth Round.

Full Time from The Den it’s Millwall 1 Crystal Palace 2

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