An insipid Palace side is admittedly not the best measuring stick, and the Saints did lose their previous game 2-0 at home to Watford, but on Saturday the Davis-Lemina-Romeu axis bossed the game, with Davis adding the icing on the cake with his goal.
Incredibly, five games into the season, not to mind being able to celebrate a win or their first point of the season, Crystal Palace supporters still haven't even been afforded a goal to cheer.
CRSYTAL PALACE now have the unwanted honour of being the WORST attacking team to start a Premier League season.
According to Opta, their failure to take their chances again saw them become the first side in 129 years of English top-flight history to open the season with five defeats and no goals scored.
With Palace chasing an equaliser, Mauricio Pellegrino opted to bring on Virgil Van Dijk for the centre-back's first appearance this season.
"We have got the squad of players that we have, and we need to work on them and improve the strengths and cover up the weaknesses".
Eventually Atletico Madrid halted them in the final, with Quique Sanchez Flores' men running out 2-1 winners, but Hodgson's achievement with Fulham remained an impressive one and secured him a big move to Liverpool.
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"What as a manager or a coach can you do about that?"
But the confidence only comes when you start playing well, seeing the work that you're trying to do pay off, in particular in terms of results.
"I can't score goals in those previous five games or change the points". The Chelsea loanee, who had missed the south Londoners' two previous matches through injury, constantly drove forward in possession and tried to make things happen for his side; as well as being a strong physical presence, the young midfielder is excellent on the ball and capable of beating defenders either through force or footwork.
'You can see two banks of four, nearly quite a terrible side to watch at times.
"I have very good memories of those times and the people I worked with and the players I worked with, but unfortunately, it's over".
"The work at Crystal Palace football club is on that field of play in both training and matches and it is going to be up to the players as well as the coaches to take that responsibility and accept this is a bad moment for the club".