Couldn’t do anything about the opening goal and could do even less about the second. When he was truly called into action, he was solid. Made a great save with his feet to stop Cabaye scoring a second.
Was found out of position on more than one occasion, allowing Sissoko to find space time and time again.
Terribly misjudged a Debuchy cross to divert into his own net to sum up a poor performance in terrible weather conditions.
Seemed to struggle with the pace of the game in the first half, with Newcastle strong in midfield. Was withdrawn at half-time.
Unlucky with the opening goal but was slack for the majority of the game with his positioning a particular concern.
Failed to cover the runs of Puncheon or Jerome, leaving the other defenders stretched. Needs to time his attacks forward more carefully.
His passing let him down today, with misplaced attempts really stalling Palace’s attacking flow on more than one occasion.
A danger at set-pieces, as usual, and was a threat through the middle, but was sacrificed at half-time as Pulis looked to find a way back into the game.
Fairly quiet as he battled against an efficient Newcastle defence. Was guilty of poor decision making at times when isolated from his attacking partners.
His work-rate cannot be questioned, often seen dropping deep in search of the ball, but really struggled against Williamson and Coloccini today.
Will be disappointed after a frustrating display. Struggled to link up with Chamakh all game before being withdrawn 15 minutes from time.
Was a tad suspect at corners, making one mistake that nearly leading to a Crystal Palace equaliser in the first half, but was otherwise solid.
Impressive in defence and attack. Managed Puncheon well and was always a threat at set-pieces.
Kept Chamakh quiet all game as he again proved why Alan Pardew has kept faith in him this season. His awareness and anticipation were particularly noteworthy.
Had a quiet and controlled game with Palace struggling to assert themselves up front for the majority of the encounter.
Much like Santon, was as much of a threat in attack as his was efficient in defence.
A mixed bag for Tiote. His passing ranged from poor to adequate but was also an imposing threat in the centre when creating space for his team.
Was superb on the right flank, with the opening goal all his own work. Faded slightly in the second half but was still a fine, all-round display.
Returned from suspension and broke the deadlock with a neat finish - but his real highlight was his work-rate. Seems to glide between defence and attack with ease. A superb display.
Controlled the centre of midfield alongside Tiote. Looked confident and assured for the majority.
Cut a frustrated figure up front, with Gouffran struggling to find him with the final ball, though was lively all game and kept a nervy-looking Palace defence consistently busy. Replaced with 20 minutes to play.
Had a lot of joy down the left flank, often turning Ward or Mariappa, but the killer pass was lacking more often than not.
Gave away the penalty to seal the win for Newcastle in his only real contribution to the game.
Came on at half-time and injected some much-needed vigour into Palace. A very raw talent, so his decision making let him down at times but his turn of pace is thrilling.
Came on chasing a losing cause. Was energetic but failed to make an impact.