Neil Warnock celebrated his 100th league match in charge of Crystal Palace in style with an emphatic 3-0 win over Watford at Selhurst Park. Strikes from Victor Moses and Alan Lee gave the Eagles a two-goal lead inside the opening six minutes and Darren Ambrose rounded off the scoring on the stroke of half time.
Warnock said: "It was very pleasing for my 100th game, we played some good stuff, got some good goals and created chances today.
"I asked Victor to go and win us the game before the match, and he helped to do that by taking his chance very well.
"He should be in the Premier League now, he'd set it on fire and he'd probably find it easier there. In the Championship it's a bit more muck and nettles.
"We have a small squad, so we need the team spirit to be very good and the lads are giving me everything.
"If the penalty had gone in, things might have been different though."