A late volley from substitute Christian Benteke earned Crystal Palace a 2-1 win at their fierce rivals Brighton & Hove Albion.
Palace took the lead on 28 minutes when Jean-Philippe Mateta spun and flicked a backheel through the legs of Robert Sanchez in Brighton’s goal.
The home side equalised 10 minutes after the break. Pascal Gross’s blocked shot eventually found Joel Veltman, who fired home at the back post.
The Seagulls enjoyed 74.8 per cent of the possession and had 25 shots to Palace’s three, with Adam Lallana close to making that domination count, but his first-time effort flew over with 15 minutes remaining.
Instead, Benteke claimed a dramatic victory in stoppage time, volleying into the bottom corner from Andros Townsend’s cross.
Palace are now 13th on 32 points, three places and six points clear of Brighton.