Schlupp, deployed as Ayew's strike partner in the first-half, played with great power and purpose, going close on a couple of occasions in the opening '45. Furthermore, the intricate passing moves between the aforementioned quad was exciting for the thousands of Palace fans tuning in for the live broadcast on Palace TV.
The second-half saw Ayew replaced and Zaha pushed up top to support the energetic Schlupp. Although the versatile Palace man couldn't pick up the goal his performance deserved when he missed from the penalty spot, Schlupp was able to set-up Zaha for the equaliser.
Townsend was then instrumental in James McArthur's winner a couple of minutes later, in what was a positive performance from Roy Hodgson's side.
You can now watch just how Palace found the back of the net tonight, plus Oxford United's opener through Cameron Brannagan, which came about after an impressive knock-down assist from Matty Taylor.