Huddersfield Town goalie Jonas Lossl praises ‘world class’ Wilfried Zaha

The Cote d'Ivoire international’s strike against the Terriers made the difference to help Roy Hodgson’s men return to winning ways

Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Jonas Lossl has hailed ‘world class’ Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha following his impressive display in Saturday’s Premier League game.

The 25-year-old forward returned from a groin injury to help Roy Hodgson’s men return to winning ways with an away 1-0 victory over the Terriers.

The former Manchester United player scored the solitary, beating two markers before unleashing a superb curler past Lossl.

“Yeah, you have to take your hat off to a player like that," Lossl said after the game.

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“That was world class. He’s able to do that in a moment. He’s able to do things at the next level and he did that for the goal.

“I don’t feel like I could have done any more. It’s incredible from him. But we also need to look at our own performance.”

The defeat left Huddersfield 18th spot in the log while Palace climbed three spots to 12th with six points from five games.

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