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Crystal Palace defender Binnom-Williams shines as Burton Albion edge Shrewsbury

Crystal Palace loanee Jerome Binnom-Williams set up the winning goal in Burton Albion's 1-0 win over Shrewsbury in League One on Saturday.


Binnom-Williams came on as a 78th minute substitute and wasted no time making an immediate impact, providing the cross for Matt Duffy to slot home the winner in the 90th minute.



The win allowed Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's Brewers, last season's League Two champions, to move to third place on the tier three table and Binnom-Williams was delighted to have contributed.


“I came off the bench, got down the line and just put the ball in the box and luckily Duffy was there on the end of it so I am happy to get my assist and I'm happy for the boys to claim three points," Binnom-Williams told Burton Albion's official website post game. 


He added: “The gaffer told me to get at the full-back, get some crosses in, get at him too but so my defensive work as well like I did for the boys but I'm happy to get my assist at the end of it."

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