Had little to do all game and could do nothing about Johnson's wonderful strike. Perfectly reliable when called upon.
Surrendered possession to the diminutive Hoolahan in the build-up to Norwich's first-half goal. Made amends by denying Hooper a clear sight of goal for the most part.
Strong, resolute and accomplished. Kept Snodgrass at bay for vast stretches of the game and rarely put a foot wrong. Deputized well in the center of the park after Parr's introduction.
Went for the spectacular with his delivery and passing but failed to pull off any of his Hollywood balls. Did excellently to silence the threat of Redmond, however.
Rarely troubled for much of the contest and worked well with Gabbidon. Decent showing overall.
Drafted in to add ballast to the midfield, which he did, but his range of passing fell well short of what was required.
A thorn in the side of the Norwich rear guard for most of the contest, driving at his opposite number liberally. Came close to breaking the deadlock in the opening stages but was let down with some errant finishing.
A characteristically strong showing from the Australian, who led by example in the middle of the park with an industrious performance. Won his side the penalty to level in the first half.
Acceptable at best. Lacked the grit and determination that such a physical encounter demanded and spent most of the time being petulant. Could have, and probably should have, seen red for grabbing Hoolahan's throat.
Was undone a number of times by the deteriorating surface and failed to replicate his impressive performance against Manchester City last time out.
Finishing touch eluded him in the opening stages after spurning a good opportunity. Fine approach play, however, and put in a decent shift before being replaced by Gayle.
Not at his best and struggled to hold on to the wet ball at times. Cannot be blamed for conceding a well-taken Puncheon penalty, however.
Resolute defending and offered an option going forward but made little impact on the game.
A similarly accomplished performance to his partner, denying his opposite number a sight at goal for much of the affair. Defended bravely but withdrawn through injury.
Loose passing in vulnerable positions let his side down in the opening stages and should have been punished.
Put in a determined and stout showing at the heart of the Norwich defense, keeping the Palace striker pairing of Chamakh and Jerome quiet for majority of the game.
Evaded the preying Jedinak for much of the game but struggled to find space to breathe with his side sitting deep for the most part. Excellent work to snatch possession in the build-up to the first goal.
Looked tired but caused problems nonetheless. Linked well with Hooper down the right flank in the first half but went missing in the second.
Foolish sending off that could have cost his team any sniff of points. Conceded a clumsy, but harsh, penalty to allow Palace a way back into the game and undo his team's hard work. That aside, he was composed with the ball at his feet and a study presence in a physical midfield battle.
Went anonymous for vast stretches of the game and didn't produce his usual jet-heeled runs to trouble the Palace defense.
Took his goal fantastically to double his tally for the season. Well suited to the conditions and put in a battling performance against the physical presence of Jedinak and Dikgacoi.
Starved of service as the lone striker and was often mobbed in possession. Mostly blameless, but his scoring touch eluded him when allowed an effort on goal.
Decent showing and rarely allowed the Norwich wingers to breathe. Deputized well for Ward, who was moved into midfield.
His guile and energy lifted the side after his introduction, but didn't have enough time on the ball to make a tangible impact.
Didn't have the same impact as he did against Aston Villa and didn't trouble the Norwich back line to any significant extent.